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Making sure you stay fit and healthy over the holidays

It’s approaching that time of year; where most people will overindulge in food and drink, lose their normal routine and motivation to keep active. It’s noticeable in January the sudden increase in people who come to see physiotherapists, either due to a “Christmas...

Throwers Shoulder

I am a big fan of my cricket so I thought that we would talk about a common cricketer’s complaint known as “throwers shoulder”. This is not just limited to cricket though; it can be caused by throwing the ball for the dog, or in other overhead sports such as badminton...

How to use a Foam Roller

What is a Foam Roller?   The foam roller is made of hard celled foam rubber, and is available in different sizes and varying hardness.   They are now available in a variety of different models but the traditional foam roller is more economical and is ‘’tried and...

5 Easy Ways To Ease DIY Aches And Pains

Ive lost count the number of times that patients have injured themselves doing DIY or gardening - Its so common. I’ve therefore put together some actionable tips for you – so muscle strains, and unexpected injuries don’t ruin your quality of life.   Let’s get...

Hip Pain – What You Need To Know!

With Andy Murray returning from a hip injury, we thought it would make sense to discuss the main causes of hip pain and how physiotherapy can help. Hip Osteoarthritis Hip osteoarthritis is an inflammation of the joint, which leads to roughening and thinning of the...

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