What happens in a Physiotherapy Assessment?

What happens in a physiotherapy assessment? New revelation. Some people are scared to come to physiotherapy as they don’t know what to expect. Even worse, in hospital, we’re called ‘physio terrorists’ as we get people out of bed! So what …

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Yoga or Pilates? Which do I choose??!

Sorry there’s no answer to that one! If you have no clinical problems, such as back pain, neck and shoulder pain, arthritis or any other musculoskeletal issues, then you can choose whichever is more fun and you enjoy more. Neither …

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Running and Mental health

Running and Mental Health: how it helps me When I was an angst-riddled teenager, my mother used to tell me to go outside and kick a football or to go for a run. She saw it as the perfect non-pharmacological …

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Patello femoral joint pain syndrome

This blog is taken from a great blog called the Running Physio (@tomgroom on twitter) – check it out. He explains clinical problems very well. Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome – PFPS – Part 1 Posted on July 2, 2012 by PhysioTom …

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Running Physio – Common Injuries Caused by Running

There are numerous physical and psychological benefits to running, making it a globally popular sport and form of exercise. Unfortunately, injuries from running are a common occurrence affecting runners of varying ages and ability. Running physio may be required for …

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Pregnancy Massage in Earlsfield

Taken from an article about our Pregnancy Massage therapist: Pregnancy Massage What are the benefits of having regular massages during pregnancy? The list is long but some of the proven benefits include; • Reduces of swelling in hands, feet and …

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Specialised or generalist physiotherapy?

Ok – we’re all trained in hospitals so we have worked with lots of medical specialities. That’s important so if something ‘dosn’t look right’ and we are suspicious there may be underlying causes of pain, we can identify them and …

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Sports Injury rates

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-19560103 (Physios report 20% increase in Sports injuries after the Olympics as people try to emulate their heroes) Possibly daft PR but a good reminder to all ‘weekend warriors’ to know their limits and do the stuff everyone tells you …

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Plantar Fasciitis

Another great article from Tom Groom. Have a read… http://www.running-physio.com/plantarfasciitis/ Plantar Fasciitis Posted on June 25, 2012 by PhysioTom According to a recent article in Clinical Biomechanics, plantar fasciitis (PF) is the third most common injury in runners. As well …

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