Why posture is important – getting on the straight and narrow

Getting told to sit up straight may for some bring back bad memories of being yelled at by the teach

Dealing with ITB syndrome

For runners and walkers, pain around the knee can be incredibly uncomfortable and put a hold on trai

London marathon tips

It’s almost time for the London Marathon – so with just under two weeks to go, here’s some

SLAP tear – a common rugby injury

There’s been some rugby on recently – something we can’t really miss as a Richmond-based b

Overload training – what, why and how

You’ve heard the phrase no pain no gain – and when it comes to training it’s important to

Stress fractures – how do they happen and how do you recover?

In the final part of our three blogs looking at pain around the shins, this time it’s stress fract

Chronic Exertional Compartment Syndrome – what is it and can physio help?

In our last blog we looked at a common diagnosis for pain in the shin area; shin splints. However th

Shin splints – the issues and causes

‘Shin splints’ is a fairly dated term now and one that gets used to describe a lot of different

How to design an effective training programme

In our last blog we drew on our many years of experience to provide some advice on setting goals 

Setting goals and hitting them

At Physio Central we treat a wide range of people all with very different challenges and objectives.

Bunions – what are they and how can physio help?

A bunion is basically a ‘bone spur’ on the inside of the base of the big toe – the metatar

Physio for pregnancy pain

The body goes through an incredible amount throughout pregnancy so it’s no surprise that we are of