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Sport Focus: Golfing Injuries

Sport Focus: Golfing Injuries

Golf is a power sport. Its ultimate aim is to ensure the club head reaches peak velocity at the point of impact with the ball, in an angle and direction that optimises accuracy, in a repeatable and consistent way. Golfers agree this is much easier to say than do. It...
Joint Focus: Wrist and Hand Injuries

Joint Focus: Wrist and Hand Injuries

With 27 bones, 29 joints, 123 ligaments and 34 muscles, our hands are an incredible feat of biological engineering. As physiotherapists, our hands are one of the tools of our trade. We have been taught how to take care of them and we’d like to teach you! Hands are one...
Joint Focus: The Shoulder & Arm

Joint Focus: The Shoulder & Arm

The shoulder joins the arm to the trunk and is the most mobile, yet unstable joint in the body. It relies on a complex, synchronised pattern of muscle and joint interaction to maintain stability and function of the whole arm. This excessive mobility is its main...
goPhysio Joint Focus: Knee Pain in Adults

goPhysio Joint Focus: Knee Pain in Adults

The knee is the largest joint in the body. It is extremely mobile yet highly stable, allowing us to walk, jump and run. It relies on both the stability of the pelvis above and the foot below for peak performance. If these become impaired, it’s ability to be...

Congratulations on the Marriage of Kim & Dan!

Our team were delighted to join Physio Kim at the weekend to celebrate her marriage to Dan in Cambridge. Kim looked stunning and it was a beautiful (and perfectly planned) occasion! Congratulations to Kim & Dan x