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 

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

MRI and Physio: Do you need one?

An MRI is often considered the ‘gold standard’ of imaging and diagnosing and it’s something th

Always take your medicine

If you’ve ever visited a physio then odds are you’ll have been given a set of exercises to do at

For correct posture and movement – follow a toddler’s example

Today’s blog comes from Physio Central’s newest recruit, Miles Bosoni. Miles is studying to beco

What is a slipped disc and how can you treat it?

With around a third of UK adults suffering from lower back pain, a fairly common complaint is a slip

Lower back pain – why you shouldn’t worry

We have had a request from one of our facebook followers who has asked for some advice on how to avo

An introduction to shoulder pain

Shoulder pain is one of the more common injuries that physios have to deal with and sometimes pain i

Common cycling injuries

“> With the clocks forward and the weather looking better (mostly), more and more of us are

When to take Anti-inflammatories

If you’ve picked up an injury then the first course of action is often to reach for nurofen or ibu

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