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Recent Physica Blogs

Managing Swimming Injuries

Managing Swimming Injuries

Swimming can be considered a ‘low-impact’ sport due to the fact that the water supports a large percentage of your...
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Christmas Wellness

Christmas Wellness

After a year that we may all wish to forget, be caring and aware that not all people find Christmas...
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Mountain Bike Injuries

Mountain Bike Injuries

With the popularity of riding and mountain bike riding increasing, we are seeing an increase in mountain bike injuries.   We...
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Coffee…

Coffee…

As a child, I could not bear the smell or taste of the coffee. Over the years and sleepless nights...
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Body tests

Body tests

This series of body self assessment tools helps you compare your movement and flexibility to age matched peers. If you...
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Ulnar nerve entrapment

Ulnar nerve entrapment

WHAT IS ULNAR NERVE ENTRAPMENT? Ulnar nerve entrapment or impingement is a disorder that involves physical compression of the ulnar...
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Sesamoid pain?

Sesamoid pain?

WHAT IS SESAMOIDITIS? Sesamoiditis is an inflammation or injury to a sesamoid bone. Whilst this injury can technically occur to...
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The Rehab Journey

The Rehab Journey

The rehabilitation journey can be filled with ups and downs - hopefully, more ups than downs!
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Frozen Shoulder (Adhesive Capsulitis)

Frozen Shoulder (Adhesive Capsulitis)

Frozen shoulder is a condition is characterised by a progressive stiffness of the joint and pain
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compartment syndrome

compartment syndrome

Compartment syndrome is a condition that involves an excessive pressure build up within a space in the body
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shin splints

shin splints

Shin splints can be an annoying condition to have, especially if you are an active individual who participates in recreational...
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Rheumatoid Arthritis

Rheumatoid Arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is an autoimmune disease that can have a progressive disabling effect to various joints in the human...
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ab strain

ab strain

An abdominal strain refers to a tear in any one of these muscles. It is also important to note that...
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pec strain

pec strain

When it comes to pectoralis strains, the main muscle that is injured is “pectoralis major”. There is also a “pectoralis...
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COVID-19-  a therapists reflection

COVID-19- a therapists reflection

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Standing desks: Are they better for you?

Standing desks: Are they better for you?

In conclusion, sit-stand desks are the best option to improve health and prevent musculoskeletal problems as they allow you to...
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Is using a tablet giving you neck pain & headaches? Learn how to prevent these and other injuries

Is using a tablet giving you neck pain & headaches? Learn how to prevent these and other injuries

The use of computer tablets has drastically increased in recent years and these devices offer users many advantages over traditional...
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Hip and knee arthritis: surgery is not the best first option

Hip and knee arthritis: surgery is not the best first option

Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most common lifestyle disease in people aged 65 years and over, but it can also affect...
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hand arthritis

hand arthritis

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standing desks

standing desks

Read more about how standing desks can help you best manage and prevent musculoskeletal conditions
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