The spread of the COVID-19 (Corona) virus has many people worried about physical contact with others. But there is no need to allow this to interfere with your physiotherapy. Here’s why…
Your body is an amazing engine that has been engineered to heal itself in many ways. However, this does not always happen automatically or efficiently when you’re unknowingly, working against yourself.
Runners knee is a condition resulting from irritation under and around the kneecap. As the name suggests this is a problem often affecting athletes and runners but can also affect other people who are not particularly active physically. Runners knee can be extremely painful and I often hear of runners having given up on running as a result, so it is important to understand how to prevent it or how to deal with it properly, to put it to bed.
Modern imaging technology has become increasingly prevalent in the medical industry but has failed to consistently identify the source of chronic, and especially spinal, pain.
Many patients complain about pain that seemingly comes out of thin air. One day you’re fine and the next you assume you must have slept badly… Or perhaps it started building up during the day?
Most of us are used to finding information on the Internet before we acquire the services of a professional service provider. But this could be a very dangerous plan of action.
Modern office workers spend most of their days sitting at their desks, working at computers, stuck in meetings or daydreaming in traffic. This modern lifestyle is not ideal for our cardiovascular system, but have you considered the musculoskeletal effects?
Most of us suffer from headaches every now and again, but for some people a headache is a problem that just won't go away and keeps getting worse or refuses to budge no matter what you do in an attempt to relieve it. Taking headache tablets and painkillers may help temporarily, but this is no solution!
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