Winter is coming – but that’s no excuse!
Christmas has come early with new Pilates equipment!
Air quality and exercising outdoors
Runner’s Knee – what is it and how is it treated?
The obesity crisis

The obesity crisis

Obesity is a growing epidemic and in a newspaper report published last week to mark World Obesity Day, it was suggested that the burden of obesity will likely cost trillions worldwide. Smoking and obesity are believed to be two of the main contributors to increased numbers of cancers, heart attacks, stroke and diabetes. Grouped together, these …..

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The impact of a bad night’s sleep
World Heart Day – how to stay healthy
Why physios are obsessed with the glutes
Exercise and Pregnancy

Exercise and Pregnancy

Can I exercise in pregnancy? In short the answer is a resounding yes, but there are many considerations regarding the type and intensity of exercise. The POGP (pelvic obstetric and gynaecological group of physios) have produced some fantastic evidence-based advice regarding exercise in pregnancy, and their principle message is that the aim of exercise in …..

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Plantar fasciopathy – why your legs might hurt in the summer