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Injury Focus: Ankle Sprain

Injury Focus: Ankle Sprain

The first week of Wimbledon 2021 saw Serena Williams forced to withdraw from the event, due to a sprained ankle. An ankle sprain is a pretty common injury, but how problematic is it and what are the issues you may face if you sprain your ankle? What exactly is an...
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...
Train for the slopes

Train for the slopes

Skiing and snowboarding are a fantastic form of exercise, challenging both our muscles and our cardio vascular system in an extremely enjoyable way. Both require a significant amount of strength and endurance to stay on the slopes for the duration of holiday. ...
Common Football Injuries and When to Seek Help

Common Football Injuries and When to Seek Help

Football season is just round the corner. We tend to get peaks in injury rates – the first one at the start of the season, when players have returned to football after a bit of a break, slightly de-conditioned (maybe!) with less fitness and flexibility. We get...
Hot or cold for Pain Relief?

Hot or cold for Pain Relief?

It’s a common dilemma, you’ve picked up an injury but aren’t sure whether to put ice on it or use heat? Both can be great at relieving pain from an injury, but in some instances it’s better to use heat and in others cold. So, take a look at our...
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...