Fractures and breaks – how can physio help?

Sometimes it can be tricky to think up a topic for the blog, and then there are the times a friend f

Setting up your desk correctly

In a previous blog we looked at some  of the problems that can arise from sitting at a desk for

Simple exercises to make the most of your skiing holiday

It’s that time of year when many of us are either looking forward to a skiing holiday – or j

Recovering from an achilles injury

Regardless of your sport or choice of exercise, achilles problems can affect us all. It’s a diffic

Why incorrect posture at work can be a right pain in the neck

If your job involves you sitting at a desk for long periods then odds are you’ll be aware of the d

K tape – does it work?

Football fans (and fans of many types of professional sport) will have noticed more and more athlete

Golfers’ elbow and tips for Ryder Cup fans

Having recently been glued to the Ryder Cup, it seemed like a sensible time to look at a common inju

Training for your first marathon? Here’s why you’re doing it wrong…

Training for your first marathon is an experience like no other – especially for those who are

Using foam rollers – how to do it properly

Using foam rollers can be a great way to relieve nerve and muscle tightness at home – it’s s

Running in Richmond – advice for beginners

Based on the edge of London’s Richmond Park and as a partner of Sporting Feet, we’re used to tre

Welcome to the Physiotherapy Central blog

Here we’ll be posting a mix of updates from us along with advice on managing injuries and tips for