Meniscal injuries – what are they and how do they happen?

First, some anatomy. There are two menisci in each knee – the medial meniscus on the inside an

New year, new resolutions – here’s how to stick at them

So it’s 15 days into 2019 and many people will have already given up on their resolutions R

Hip impingement – what is it and how do we treat it?

Hip impingement, or femoroacetabular impingement to use its full name, is a term given to pain origi

 Hip Flexor Tendinopathy – what is it?

Firstly, what are your hip flexors? Hip flexion is the act of bringing your thigh bone up in front o

New appointment type – a whole hour of physio

We’re pleased to announce a new appointment type – a 1 hour appointment that for those probl

What is functional training?

Functional training is one of the buzzwords of the last few years – but what actually is it an

The importance of working your core

The core – not a slightly dodgy action movie from the 90’s, but an important part of any wor

Mindfulness and relaxation

Mindfulness is growing in popularity and recently even members of parliament were raving about the b

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.

Air quality and exercising outdoors

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