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.
Some ways to help the body return to the optimal movement pattern are to release the tight muscles. You can do this by stretching, using a roller or trigger ball.
Most people with Knee OsteoArthritis don’t know that exercising is just as good as pain medication in relieving their pain.
Keeping active at any age is good for us, however staying active as we age is vital.
Do you want to return to training post COVID-19 lockdown? Unsure where to begin after days of being at home? Here are some tips and tricks to help you get started.
While some concerns such as incontinence, breast cancer and post-natal depression may require a specialist or Women’s Health Physiotherapist, this is not always the case.
A pain in the outside of your elbow when you lift something or twist your arm could be tennis elbow, otherwise know as Lateral Epicondylitis.