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goPhysio Joint Focus: The Shoulder

The shoulder joins the arm to the trunk and is the most mobile, yet unstable joint in the body. The ‘shoulder complex’ is actually made up of 4 joints The shoulder joint itself known as the Glenohumeral joint. This is a ball and socket type of...

“When things get tough, just get tougher”

I’m reading a wonderful book with my daughter, Goodnight Stories For Rebel Girls. Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls is a children’s book packed with 100 bedtime stories about the life of 100 extraordinary women from the past and the present, illustrated...

New Exercise Guide For People With MSK Conditions From Arthritis UK

A new report has been launched, ‘Providing physical activity interventions for people with musculoskeletal conditions’ by Arthritis Research UK. The report highlights that physical activity is a key part of a public health approach to musculoskeletal conditions and it...

The Decline In Physical Activity In Children

It was previously thought that physical activity in young people started to decline during adolescence, however, a new study in The British Journal of Sports Medicine has found that physical activity levels actually begin to decline by 6-7 years of age. This...

Acupuncture Myth #3 I’ll be covered in plasters!

Acupuncture Myth I’ll be covered in plasters after my acupuncture session Reality Very rarely do you bleed after having acupuncture – the needles are so fine and your skin is so elastic, the point where the needle has been closes up with no need for a...