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Frozen Shoulder

What is frozen shoulder? Frozen Shoulder (also known as Adhesive Capsulitis) is a condition that affects the shoulder joint with no apparent (idiopathic) cause.

Common Myths Around MRI and Back Pain

If you’ve been unlucky enough to suffer from chronic or ongoing back pain, chances are that at some stage, you’ve had other investigations to capture what is happening inside your...

Tips For Optimal Stretching Results

How do you stretch properly? While there are many benefits to be gained from effective stretching, employing an improper technique can actually result in injury.

Can You Train Your Balance?

Maintaining balance is a complex process that your body does automatically.

What Causes Joint and Muscle Stiffness?

Joint and muscle stiffness can be felt in any part of the body.

Cervicogenic Headache

A severe headache can stop you in your tracks and be severely debilitating.

When Should I See a Physiotherapist?

Figuring out if and when to see a Physiotherapist for your injuries, aches and pains can be a tricky decision to make.

A fit and fun festive period

This festive season is all about, friends, family, fun and food, however, it is also important to keep moving! We have come up with a super duper quick 12-day challenge...

The Key Parts to Preventing Injuries Part 2 – Stretching

With all the swimming, running and biking we do, as well as trying to balance work, social life and spend time with family, our schedules fill up very quickly! What’s...

The Key Parts to Preventing Injuries Part 1 – Strength

Regarding strength, I’m not talking about what you can lift or squat.

Downloading an App to Your Smartphone Could be the First Step to Saving a Life

When a person’s heart stops beating suddenly, every second counts.

Returning to Training after Covid

Soon after SARS-CoV-2 became a global pandemic in 2022 the British Journal of Sports Medicine (BJSM) published a Graduated Return to Play (GRTP) plan for medical professionals and athletes.