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Avoid Gardening Pains

Avoid Gardening Pains

Spring is upon us and it’s that time of year to get out in that garden, tackle those weeds and start to prepare for the nicer weather – whether it’s out of choice or because someone has nagged you to do it! Here are our top tips to avoid injury, whether you’re...
Physiotherapy For Cycling Injuries

Physiotherapy For Cycling Injuries

The 8th – 16th June 2019 sees in Bike Week, which aims to inspire more people to take to 2 wheels. Cycling is a wonderful way to exercise, whatever your level or age. It’s great for cardiovascular fitness, muscle strength, flexibility and has a host of...

How might orthotics help me?

Orthotics are prescribed and worn for a variety of reasons. They are also known as insoles, shoe inserts or orthoses. The most common reasons orthotics are recommended are: Arch and heel pain (Plantar Fasciitis) Lower leg tendonitis (Achilles tendonitis and posterior...

Productive healthy ageing and MSK health

Last month, Public Health England published new guidance, entitled Productive healthy ageing and musculoskeletal (MSK) health. Over the last few decades, life expectancy has been steadily increasing, with the ONS estimating that by 2041, there will be an 3.2 million...

Beware of the Flip Flop – National Flip Flop Day

Today, 16th June 2017, sees National Flip Flop Day! (Yes, that really is a national day!!) With the wonderful weather this week and set to be beautiful over the weekend, flip flops are are common footwear of voice! Flip flops are great for chucking on to get from the...

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...