Pain is a great motivator, once it has resolved we tend to change out focus or think that the problem has gone away.
A running assessment is not just for an elite athlete or someone who is injured. They are for any runner that wants to get a little better.
It is natural to have certain wear patterns on the bottom of your running shoes depending on your style of running.
Runner’s Knee is the common term given to a range of conditions that can cause pain around the knee, i.e Patellar Femoral Syndrome.
Sciatica is a pain associated with the sciatic nerve. The research suggest that approximately 90% of sciatica is caused by a disc bulge or herniation.
When Should I get a Cortisone Injection? This is a question that I get asked a lot and the answer’s vary depending on what the issue is, how long has it been going on, what’s the pain stopping you from doing.
Have you been told that you “carry your stress in your neck and shoulders”? While stress doesn’t help us, it is more likely that “your stress” is due to your posture.
An acute ankle sprain is a common injury among athletes and non-athletic people alike. Find out why is important to see a physio after an ankle sprained.
Combined physio and Shockwave Therapy is a highly effective treatment method for plantar fasciitis and can help you get pain free!
EPC (or CDM) Care Plans can help subsidise part of your physio treatment if you have a chronic condition. Ask your GP if you are eligible for one.