The low-down on low back pain

Low back pain is one of the leading causes of disability in the UK and most people are affected by i

Cauda equina syndrome – what is it and how is it treated?

  How does it happen? Let’s start with some anatomy, taking this side-on picture of the

The Big Move – we’re off (but not very far)

Having opened our first clinic above Sporting Feet on King Street in October 2013, we’ve decided t

Pilates During Pregnancy

  Pilates during pregnancy is a fantastic way of exercising safely, targeting the specific musc

Welcome to the latest members of the Physio & Pilates Central team

  In the last month we’ve welcomed several new people to the Physio & Pilates Central tea

Physio for common skiing injuries – Skier’s thumb

In this series of three blogs we look at common skiing injuries and their usual treatments. Read our

How to find the right personal trainer – tips from Physio Central

Hiring a personal trainer is a great way to stay focussed and keep you on track, whatever the goal m

Squatting – should I keep my knees behind my toes?

It’s a fairly common misconception (or something you might have noticed people doing) that you nee

Santa’s back at Physio & Pilates Central – and his back is playing up

Santa was back again this week – the good news is that his knee is fine now but the bad news i

When Santa needed some physio advice

Disclaimer: Santa has given us permission to share details of his treatment with Physio and Pilates

Squatting essentials – physio tips

Squats are a common exercise in many different exercise programmes, from those aiming to improve cyc

The benefits of Pilates for children

Children ages 5-18 should be taking part in at least 60 minutes ‘aerobic activity’ each day and