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MSK Annual Report – 2023

MSK Annual Report – 2023

The following data summary aims to demonstrate and quantify patient outcomes captured using the MSK-HQ between 01/01/23 and 31/12/23. The scores were captured upon each patients initial appointment (admission) and their final appointment (discharge).This data was...

The Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ)

The Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ)

Facts about the jaw When people think of physiotherapy, they often think of things like back pain, hip pain or knee pain. Granted, these are the top three most common areas that we treat, but we can confidently assess and treat the whole body. Most people don’t often...

Running Facts

Running Facts

I love running! It is a great way to keep fit and manage your mental health. It is a fairly cheap sport to get into since all you need is a good pair of shoes. Park Run provided a safe environment for people to run once a week for free. Normally our blogs are very...

MSK Annual Report – 2022

MSK Annual Report – 2022

The following data summary aims to demonstrate and quantify patient outcomes captured using the MSK-HQ over the period of 01/01/22 - 31/12/22 between admission and discharge. This data was collected from 690 patients. The outcome measure used was the MSK-HQ. This...

Should I take painkillers?

Should I take painkillers?

I often get asked by patients if they should be taking pain killers or not. Sometimes the answer is straight forward and sometimes it can be a bit more complicated. The simplified answer is, if pain is preventing you from performing your daily activities and making it...

Menopause Day

Menopause Day

Happy Menopause Day If you didn’t know, Tuesday 18th October 2022 celebrates Menopause Day. This is a topic we hear and discuss more and more which I feel truly helps us and the people experiencing the menopause. You’re not alone in this! Menopause is a natural...

How to Avoid Soft Tissue Injuries

How to Avoid Soft Tissue Injuries

With the last couple of years in the Covid pandemic, people have started picking up new sports, hobbies or activities due to not being able to go to the gym or putting on a few pounds with all the furlough and being on lockdown. With this in mind, we have noticed in...

ITB Syndrome – What is it and how to treat it!

ITB Syndrome – What is it and how to treat it!

The word Iliotibial Band or ITB for short tends to get thrown around especially among the running community. But what exactly is it? Iliotibial band syndrome (ITBS) is thought to be the most common cause of lateral (outside) knee pain, and yet it’s a pathology that is...

Osteoarthritis -What it is and how to manage it

Osteoarthritis -What it is and how to manage it

‘Wear and tear’. ‘Degenerative changes’. ‘Age-Related changes’. All phrases used to describe the same condition – Osteoarthritis (OA). OA is one of the leading causes of joint pain, with approximately 1 in 5 adults over 45 years old suffering from knee OA and 1 in 9...

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MSK Annual Report – 2023

The following data summary aims to demonstrate and quantify patient outcomes captured using the MSK-HQ between 01/01/23 and 31/12/23. The scores...

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