Sub-occipital headaches – what are they and how can they be treated?
The stages of muscle healing
Why posture is important – getting on the straight and narrow
Shin Splints – what are they and how can physio help?
Runner’s Knee – what is it and how is it treated?
Calf pain in runners

Calf pain in runners

  This is a rather common problem also known as “biomechanical overload syndrome”. Typically pain and or tightness in the calf starts gradually and worsens with distance and time and improves with rest. This can happen for a variety of reasons: Change in training Change in footwear, particularly if moving to toe running Lack of …..

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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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