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Adductor pain

13/02/19
Milda

Groin pain, particularly from the adductors is a common problem both for elite sports people and amateurs across several different sports. Amongst male soccer...

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I have Back Pain. Do I Need a Scan?

13/02/19
Rick Williams

For the purpose of this blog, I’ve taken low back pain as our example, as up to 90% of us will experience...

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Blog summary of a recent study

13/02/19
Ben North

I wanted to write about an article that has recently been published with an interesting hypothesis about the effectiveness of yoga on persistent spine...

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Chart of the Top 5 sporting injuries in different sports!

13/02/19
Milda

Research shows that exercise in people with Parkinson’s Disease is not only an integral part of self- management but can actually slow down disease progression...

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So you’re going skiing

13/02/19
Craig

One of the best recommended holidays I always hear about is skiing.  People who are going get so excited because of the hype from...

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From carpenter to physiotherapist

13/02/19
Milda

After completing my first month working as a qualified physiotherapist, I decided to write a blog to look at the change I made from...

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Making The Move – The long haul from New Zealand to the United Kingdom

13/02/19
Tessa Lees

I have lived in Manchester for just shy of 18 months now and I am yet to come across another person from New Zealand...

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GTPS Blog

13/02/19
Ben North

At Physio.co.uk we see many patients that suffer from lateral hip pain. This blog will look at the potential causes of this...

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My first month at Physio.co.uk

13/02/19
Ben North

After graduating from university last summer and spending a lengthy period travelling South and Central America, I have now began my...

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My first months at Physio.co.uk

13/02/19
John Krol

After graduating from university last summer and spending a lengthy period travelling South and Central America, I have now started my first post as...

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Persistent Pain

13/02/19
Ben North

It is an alarm signal to warn us we may have tissue damage so it could be an idea to do something about it...

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Pilates and low back pain

13/02/19
Milda

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From carpenter to physiotherapist

13/02/19
Milda

After completing my first month working as a qualified physiotherapist, I decided to write a blog to look at the change I made from...

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Pilates for Running

13/02/20
Milda

Pilates is predominantly used as a means of strengthening, improving control of actions, increasing flexibility where required, as well as encouraging efficient use of...

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Can Pilates help with Low Back Pain? – Part 2

13/02/21
Milda

Lower back pain affects most people at one time in their life, 8 out of 10 of us to be precise. Back pain not...

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Plantar Heel Pain

13/02/22
John Krol

It is now summer- the sun is shining (honestly!), the running trainers have been dusted down and people are back plodding the pavements. Running...

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Posture

13/02/23
Ben North

Since an early age most people have had the experience of being told to stand up straight and stop slouching, whether it comes from...

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Taping for whiplash injury?

13/02/24
Milda

Whiplash associated disorders (WAD) is a common condition treated in physiotherapy practice, especially in private practice, with approximately 300,000 new cases per annum...

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The Best Pilates Exercises to Improve Your Stability

13/02/25
Rick Williams

Welcome back for part 2 of our ‘best of’ Pilates exercise lists, where we recommend our top 5 exercises for specific problems. We’ve...

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The Competency Training Programme

13/02/26
Ben North

The programme is one of the things that I thought made the company stand out from other private practices when I interviewed for the...

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Top 3 Sporting Injuries: Football

13/02/27
John Krol

A healthy portion of these patients are sportspeople, who have sustained injuries while performing their particular sport or activity. As a result, we quickly...

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Transition from office to clinic

13/02/28
Ben North

I’ve recently started to work for physio.co.uk, and I’m extremely grateful to be where I am. It’s been a...

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Weak hips and running form

13/02/29
Rick Williams

Running is a globally popular recreational and competitive sport. The easily accessible nature of running results in countless numbers of people donning a pair...

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Weight Assisted Treadmill

13/02/30
Hannah Willis

Pilates is predominantly used as a means of strengthening, improving control of actions, increasing flexibility where required, as well as encouraging efficient use of...

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What is Capoeira

13/02/30
Tessa Lees

Capoeira (pronounced Cap-ooh-wearer) is an incredible dynamic martial art that is rapidly growing in popularity in the UK...

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What Is Pilates

13/02/30
Milda

Pilates is a form of exercise, designed to improve the overall health of individuals, to either prevent injuries or help recovery following them. It...

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Trigeminal Neuralgia

13/02/30
Christos Begetopoulos

Trigeminal Neuralgia (TN) is facial pain that is experienced around the jaw area. Patients usually describe their symptoms as sharp, shooting pains that can...

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Why do we get injured

13/02/30
Rick Williams

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