Make the most of your time in the garden...

Top Tips For Making The Most Of Your Time In The Garden.. Gardening is a great way to maintain health and wellbeing, both physical and mental. As physios, we often notice an increase in aches and pains after a good bank holiday session in the garden! Here are some tips…

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Sometimes I laugh so hard, the tears run down my legs!

Sometimes I laugh so hard, the tears run down my legs! Most of us have heard a light hearted joke or two about ‘ladies that leak’, but anyone struggling with bladder control will know it is no laughing matter. One in three women will experience incontinence at some point in…

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Falls Prevention

There are a number of risk factors that can contribute to a person falling and often it’s not just down to age. Age does play a large part in risk of falling but there are other factors that can be modified with the help of Physiotherapy such as muscle weakness…

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Getting back in the swing of things...

With spring fast approaching its time to think about preparing your body for more; mornings, afternoons and evenings out on the course.  Whether you’re returning from injury or just want some advice on managing aches and pains, we can help. Around 16% of golfers will experience an injury during this…

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Have We Got A Blog To Get Your Heart Racing This Valentines…

Know Your Pulse! Why knowing your own pulse could save your life! As it’s Valentine’s day this week I dare say there will be lots of adverts telling us to ‘melt someone’s heart’ with some (no doubt rather commercialised) shows of affection. We often talk about our hearts when thinking…

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