Massage Therapy

What Is Massage Therapy? Massage therapy is a manual technique that involves hands-on manipulation that applies pressure and manipulation deep into the muscles and to the ligaments to promote healing and to relieve tension. Massage therapy is frequently applied to …

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Women’s Health Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy is a highly effective treatment used for a range of disorders and health conditions in both men, women, and children of all ages. For many disorders, physiotherapy is typically recommended as a conservative line of treatment before exploring other …

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Physiotherapy and Wellbeing

What Is Wellbeing?  Wellbeing is sought by everyone. It is a general term which could loosely be described as happiness and satisfaction with life, good health, prosperity, and a sense of purpose. All aspects of our lives have an impact …

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Shoulder Impingement

A relatively common cause of shoulder pain, shoulder impingement occurs when a tendon in the shoulder catches on a nearby bone or on the surrounding tissue – it usually occurs when the arm is lifted above the shoulder or moved. …

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London Marathon Injury Clinic

The 2021 London Marathon will take place on 3rd October with up to 50,000 runners following the traditional course from Greenwich to The Mall. As the big day draws ever closer, it is vitally important that all runners consider their …

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What Does Physiotherapy Do?

Physiotherapy is a degree-based profession based on the scientific study of physiology, anatomy and neuroscience. It aims to alleviate pain, restore movement and function to the body of individuals affected by illness, disability, and injury. This type of treatment can …

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Plantar Fasciitis

One of the most common causes of heel pain, Plantar fasciitis (PF) typically causes pain that usually appears on the bottom of the foot, around the heel and arch. It is often more acute first thing in the morning, especially …

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Work-Related Upper Limb Disorder

Work-Related Upper Limb Disorder (WRULDs), also known as Repetitive Strain Disorder (RSI), describes a range of painful disorders affecting the muscles, tendons, ligaments, or nerves. These are generally caused by repetitive movements at work and are typically associated with the …

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Hypermobility Syndrome

Some people are able to move and extend their joints beyond what is considered the normal range of movement. This ability is described as hypermobility syndrome, or more informally, being double-jointed. For example, the individual is able to bend their …

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