The Injury Recovery Process

We have a very unique way of looking at pain and injuries. We’ve developed a simplified process that enables us to use the same system of recovery that’s applicable across all injuries.  This system follows a very specific timeline in tune with the body’s own natural healing mechanism and recovery. We know the various steps …

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Heel Pain Part 3 – Pain in the Achilles Tendon – A Practical Self Help Guide

Achilles Tendon pain is obviously best avoided if possible – for more info, see our previous blog post on Running Injury Avoidance here. There are many benefits in seeking the diagnosis, treatment, and advice of a Physio, however, for those of you who want to have a go at alleviating symptoms of Achilles Tendinopathy yourself …

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Heel Pain Treatment

Heel Pain

Taking up running, returning after a lay off, or suddenly increasing the intensity of your training, puts you at risk from suffering a number of injuries. Heel pain falls into that category, and is a very common symptom felt by runners, and walkers. It can even be triggered by prolonged standing or come on with …

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Heel Pain Part 2 – Pain at the back of the Heel – A Practical Self Help Guide

It’s obviously best avoided if possible – for more info, see our previous blog post on Running Injury Avoidance here. There are of course many benefits in seeking the diagnosis, treatment, and advice of a Physio, however, for those of you who want to have a go at alleviating symptoms yourself – let’s dive in. …

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Running Injury Avoidance

Running is a great way to exercise, especially during Lockdown! Change into your running gear, do a couple of stretches and head straight out the front door. If you aim to run around 5km, you’ll be back in 30 – 40 mins. A quick, easy way to exercise perfectly suited to the busy, time poor …

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Ankle Sprains

Sport is back! Can you guess how many people will ‘roll’ or ‘sprain’ their ankles this season? Go on, give it a go! If you guessed between 15-30%, you’d be right! It doesn’t matter whether you’re a beginner netball player for your local club, or an elite soccer player for Liverpool… this blog is for …

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