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Are you elderly or have an elderly relative who is frightened of falling? Read how Physio can help prevent falls.

Posted on: December 6th, 2017 by Diana Wilson No Comments

Towards the end of my father’s life he became more frail  and this affected his balance and strength. He became less inclined to go out and his social life began to suffer. Twice he pirouetted outside our front door and landed in my husband’s favourite shrub! Thankfully he didn’t hurt himself. This prompted me to put him through a Physiotherapy… Read More »

Read how Physio helps experienced runners improve performance and manage injury risk

Posted on: November 14th, 2017 by Diana Wilson No Comments

If you are an experienced runner, it’s highly likely you’ve trained and competed whilst injured. Indeed, research shows that runners often carry old “niggles” that have never been properly sorted out. If you are a seasonal runner, or tend to aim for certain events, you may find that you are susceptible to injuries at certain times of the year, or… Read More »

Do you have a gymnast in the family complaining of aches and pains?

Posted on: October 27th, 2017 by Diana Wilson No Comments

Do you have a gymnast in the family? And are they frequently complaining of aches and pains? As a parent it’s often hard to know how much to worry about your child’s injuries. We are used to children getting cuts and bruises in the normal course of play and they usually bounce back very quickly. We have asked Katherine Ashmore,… Read More »

Dizzy – oh? Try Physio!

Posted on: October 16th, 2017 by Diana Wilson No Comments

Dizziness is a very common problem in more mature populations. In fact, dizziness is the most common single health related complaint for people aged 75+! It accounts for nearly 1 in 10 of GP visits by people aged 65+ and about 1 in 5 by people aged 85+. So it’s no small problem. Dizziness can adversely affect your quality of… Read More »

Are you a first time marathon runner or new to distance running? Read our top tips for avoiding the injury pitfalls!

Posted on: October 10th, 2017 by Diana Wilson No Comments

  If you have just got your first place in the London Marathon for 2018 – congratulations! Or perhaps you are new to distance running? Either way you’re no doubt excited but perhaps equally anxious about the challenges ahead. Training for, and then running a marathon is a great achievement but there are lots of potential pitfalls along the way… Read More »

Do you want to hit the ski slopes in peak fitness this year?

Posted on: October 5th, 2017 by admin No Comments

Skiing is for some a serious sport, for others an adrenaline rush, and for most of us a much needed winter break from the routine. Skiing is a demanding activity and places high demands on our bodies, especially the legs. Injuries can occur for many reasons, but what we know for sure is that when you are more conditioned for… Read More »

Are you a keen golfer but suffer with elbow pain? Read how Physiotherapy can help you resolve the problem!

Posted on: July 20th, 2017 by Diana Wilson No Comments

Do you want to improve your golf swing and get rid of that niggling elbow pain for good? Dave Burnett is one of our Physiotherapists and he is a Titleist accredited Golf Rehab Physiotherapist. He is also a very keen golfer and he loves helping golfers recover from injury. Dave shares his knowledge of what the research tells us about… Read More »

Read our top tips for preventing tennis elbow

Posted on: May 15th, 2017 by Diana Wilson No Comments

Tennis elbow is a very common complaint at this time of year. It’s more difficult to help once it becomes established and chronic. There are some useful steps that can be taken to reduce your chances of developing it. Read this infographic for our top tips. We used to think that tennis elbow was a tendinitis – inflammation of the… Read More »

Need to improve your golf swing performance and banish back pain? Physiotherapy could be the answer!

Posted on: May 12th, 2017 by Diana Wilson No Comments

We know that lower back injuries are the most common amongst golfers. In fact, in professionals they account for up to 63% of all injuries. Wouldn’t it be nice to be free of pain and improve the effectiveness of your swing? Follow these 5 top tips to banish pain, prevent injury and maximise your golf swing… That first tee drive… Read More »

Read how Physio Dave helped an Open Water Swimmer recover from shoulder surgery

Posted on: May 12th, 2017 by Diana Wilson No Comments

  Earlier this autumn, Physio Dave Burnett interviewed one of his clients about his recovery from shoulder surgery. Read on to learn of his challenges and triumphs!     Dave: Hi Matt, tell us a bit about yourself and what sport & exercise you do? Matt: Hi Dave. I’m a 36 year old Australian Structural Engineer. I have been living in… Read More »

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