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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...

Anyone for a game of tennis?

With Wimbledon in full swing, our attention turns to the tennis courts. Whilst you’re enjoying the obligatory Pimms, strawberrys and cream this year you may feel inspired to get on the court and try it out for yourself. In this blog we take a look at the health...

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...

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...

Common Triathlon Injuries

Triathlon is a highly demanding discipline, consisting of swimming, cycling and running. It’s an endurance sport which requires suppleness, agility, flexibility and strength throughout the whole kinetic chain, all of which take their toll on the athlete. Triathletes...

Using Your Tablet Without Pain

Tablets are now an integral part of many peoples daily lives. We work, read, shop, socialise and watch TV on them. They’ve got lighter and more portable, so are easy to use single handed and for long stretches of time. But with this great device comes some inherent...