Pilates on the mat – explaining the basics

As most of our clients and followers know, we offer mat, reformer and chair Pilates at Physio and Pi

Shin Splints – what are they and how can physio help?

What are shin splints? Shin splints are a common running injury and typically occur at the front (an

What are tension headaches and how can they be treated?

There are many types of headaches (over 300 according to the international headache society), and th

Bursitis – what is it and how is it treated?

What is it? A bursa is a fluid filled sac which usually serves to cushion the joint and assists in s

Winter is coming – but that’s no excuse!

We’ve all noticed the evenings drawing in and given into the urge to turn on the central heating.

Christmas has come early with new Pilates equipment!

We are excited to announce that we are now offering reformer sessions at our Richmond clinic! If thi

Air quality and exercising outdoors

This week sees the launch of a new air quality campaign, supported by the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan

Runner’s Knee – what is it and how is it treated?

Runner’s knee or, to give it its more technical name,  patella femoral pain syndrome (PFP

The obesity crisis

Obesity is a growing epidemic and in a newspaper report published last week to mark World Obesi

Calf pain in runners

  This is a rather common problem also known as “biomechanical overload syndrome”. Typicall

The impact of a bad night’s sleep

  At Physio and Pilates central a few members of staff have joined the fitness tracking frenzy,

World Heart Day – how to stay healthy

This Friday is World Heart Day. Did you that cardiovascular disease or CVD (which includes heart dis