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Personal Training For Your Pelvic Floor

Personal Training For Your Pelvic Floor

Many women who develop continence issues following childbirth are suffering in silence because of embarrassment over the condition. The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and the Royal College of Midwives are launching a joint initiative to prevent and reduce...
Why ‘Massage’ should be a regular in your diary!

Why ‘Massage’ should be a regular in your diary!

The word Massage can conjure up lots of different thoughts – from a soft, gentle, candle lit, relaxing experience to a quick ‘rub down’ at the side of a muddy pitch! There are certainly lots of different types and styles of massage; deep tissue,...
Universal Children’s Day Established 1954

Universal Children’s Day Established 1954

Established by the United Nations in 1954, the 20th November is Universal Children’s Day; a time to celebrate the future generation and promote well-being among children. Here at goPhysio we remember that children aren’t just mini-adults but have a completely...
Cauda Equina Syndrome

Cauda Equina Syndrome

As trained, healthcare professionals, an absolutely crucial part of the role we play in assessing and treating people who come to see us, is identifying when people need to be referred on for additional tests and care. If we’re not happy with something...
Breaking the injury cycle: Calf Tear in a Runner

Breaking the injury cycle: Calf Tear in a Runner

We were recently asked some advice from a regular recreational runner. It’s a story that we hear a lot of here at goPhysio (not always calf related, but the same principles apply), so we thought it warranted a little blog post! The runner in question was...