There are many common beliefs about low back pain which can be unhelpful. According to the British Journal of Sports Medicine, this is what you need to-know: 1. PERSISTENT BACK PAIN IS SCARY, BUT RARELY [...]
WHAT IS SHOCKWAVE THERAPY (SWT)? Sheila Barrett, Chartered Physiotherapist, explains that shockwave therapy is a revoluntary treatment for soft tissue injuries. It is a non-invasive, surgical procedure that uses mechanical shockwaves to treat chronic injuries. [...]
What are orthotics? Orthotics, orthoses, shoe inserts, insoles……whatever name they are known by, are foot supports which fit in your shoes to help your feet move more efficiently. They are made of moulded pieces of [...]
Medial tibial stress syndrome (MTSS), or ‘shin splints’ as it’s commonly known, describes pain along the front of the lower shin that worsens with running/exercise. It is a common injury in runners or those involved [...]
Did you know that: Your diaphragm is a big muscle that sits like a parachute in your chest. Your pelvic floor muscle and your diaphragm are closely connected. When you breathe in your diaphragm will [...]
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