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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Neck and arm pain.

As well as neck stiffness, pain, and headaches; we also treat many people for radiating arm and shoulder pain that stems from the neck. Typically, referred pain from the neck will radiate to the back of the shoulder, and down the outer part of the upper arm. More severe cases will be felt all the …

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What is physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy deals with restoring and maintaining functional movement, reducing pain and promoting health in individuals. As physiotherapists, we treat a wide array of conditions including: Spinal pain and injuries (e.g. disc prolapse) Headaches Sports injuries (e.g. ligament tears) Fractures (e.g. broken arm) Musculoskeletal problems (e.g. carpal tunnel syndrome) Post-surgical rehabilitation (e.g. following a knee replacement) …

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