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A Weight Off Your Shoulders

A WEIGHT OFF YOUR SHOULDERS As previously mentioned in our ‘Live. Pain. Free’ blog, pain is a complex issue and varies greatly between each of us. This blog echoes the message that although a structural fault may have been found on a scan, the symptoms you experience...

The Snow Is Calling!

THE SNOW IS CALLING It's that time of year and we are looking to take part in some awesome snow sports. We decided to look at what the best of the best do to perform better and avoid injury. So we looked at professional athletes training programmes, the likes of;...

LIVE. PAIN. FREE.

LIVE. PAIN. FREE.  Acute and Chronic Pain – terms often used, seldom explained Pain is commonly classified into acute and chronic. Acute pain implies a painful condition with a rapid onset or of a short course whereas chronic pain is referred to as a painful condition...

To Scan Or Not To Scan

TO SCAN OR NOT TO SCAN? Low back pain (LBP) affects two-thirds of the population at some point in their lives, and is the leading cause of activity limitation and work absence throughout much of the world.  Low back pain can be acute, subacute or chronic. Although...

Work Smart. Work Hard.

WORK SMART. WORK HARD.  Our superstar physio Tom Hewitt puts his views on strength training for the endurance athlete on paper which makes for a compelling read... Over many years now I have trained toward my own personal goals and, also worked professionally with...

Tears Tenacity and Triumph

Tears Tenacity & Triumph A Runners Tale Meet Karen. The Marathon running mighty woman who kept us on our toes in her preparations for the legendary Virgin London Marathon 2016. Karen kindly volunteered to share her experience of working with us to get her to the...

KNEE vs MARATHON

KNEE vs MARATHON     The wondrous Marathon season is finally upon us! Many of you no doubt are in the final preparations for your challenge. Increased volume of training can leave you susceptible to the dreaded Runner’s Knee. Is it preventing you from...

A Year In The Making

A YEAR IN THE MAKING We are ONE today!!! It feels like only yesterday we were dreaming about setting up a state of the art facility from which we could weave our special brand of physiotherapy – the perfect balance of science and practical application designed to get...

Plan for success blog

PLAN FOR SUCCESS Running is a fantastic activity. We love running. We are designed for running. It is an integral part of how we have evolved as human beings and the ability to move in this way is etched deep in our genetic profiles. Did you know that even when you...

Strong Lines Ski School

WE LOVE SNOW It’s the time of year when many of us lucky enough to have taken some time away on the slopes are returning to blighty and we may be bringing more than just the goggle tan with us! Skiing is an awesome past time but it does carry risks.   Lyndsey...

Quick Reference Guides for the Health Professional

QUICK REFERENCE GUIDES FOR THE HEALTH PROFESSIONAL: COMMON MUSCULOSKELETAL CONDITIONS Being a health professional is a diverse and challenging role. We strive for excellence on a daily basis and are under huge pressures to perform to a high level. It is difficult,...

Injury Prevention: Perform better…for longer!

INJURY PREVENTION: PERFORM BETTER…FOR LONGER! Now the Olympics are over for another four years there is going to be a natural increase in participation in sport. This is the best thing that could happen especially with the rise of obesity occurring globally. It is...

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