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Tag Sports Injury

17 Oct

Importance of pelvic floor strengthening exercises re-emphasised

importance of Pelvic Floor Strengthening Exercises re-emphasised UK physiotherapists used Valentine’s Day to launch a campaign to encourage members of the public to perform physiotherapy exercises to tighten up their pelvic floors. Pelvic floor muscle exercises tone and strengthen these muscles, improving blood supply and nerve activity, all leading to greater pleasure. Many people are […]

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2 Sep

No, I am not just living with fibromyalgia..!!

No, I am not just living with fibromyalgia..!! No, I am not just living with fibromyalgia..!!   No, I am not just living with fibromyalgia – I am living my life to the fullest – and to be honest much better than most people around me! I was diagnosed with fibromyalgia in Apr 2008, almost […]

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6 Apr

What is iliotibial band syndrome and how is it treated?

What is Iliotibial Band Syndrome and how is it Treated? Iliotibial (IT) band syndrome is often caused by repetitively bending the knee during physical activities, such as running, cycling, swimming, and climbing. The IT band is a group of fibers that run the length of the upper leg, from the hip to the top of […]

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4 Apr

What is a Muscle Knot and How we can treat it?

What is a Muscle Knot and How we can treat it? The medical term for muscle knots is myofascial trigger points. These are occur when muscle fibers or the bands of tissue called fascia underneath them tense and tighten. Symptoms: These  knots can develop almost anywhere on the body where muscle or fascia is present. […]

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3 Apr

Rocker bottom shoes

Rocker Bottom Shoes Rocker bottom shoes help strengthen back muscles, reduce low back pain Sports Physiotherapy- Researchers of the Sports Physiotherapy master’s degree at Valencia’s CEU Cardenal Herrera University have confirmed, in a new study of their research work into back pain, that unstable shoes improve the strength of back muscles in order to maintain […]

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7 Jan

Treatment for Anterior Knee Pain- Physio Horsham

Treatment of Anterior Knee Pain – Physio Horsham Physio Horsham-Patellofemoral pain, also referred to as anterior knee pain, is a common musculoskeletal condition in the general and sporting communities. Anterior knee pain affects up to 25% of the population, 36% of adolescents and is more prevalent in females. Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome is categorized by anterior […]

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6 Jan

Wry Neck

Wry Neck – Physio East Grinstead The term “wry neck” describes a condition whereby the neck suddenly becomes stiff and painful.  Turning the head to the side (usually one side more than the other) and looking up can cause a severe “catching” pain.  The muscles on one or both sides of the neck may also […]

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6 Jan

Suffering from Cervicogenic Headache?

Suffering from Cervicogenic Headache? There is widespread support in the literature that headaches are often multifactorial in their origins. If your assessment reveals poor posture, knots within the muscles, previous history of RTA, limited range of cervical spine movement, palpatory tightness or a reproduction of symptoms on cervical palpation you may consider referring to physio. […]

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5 Jan

Physio East Grinstead

Physio East Grinstead Physio East Grinstead is the predominant allied health group within the ANRC Physio network. Physiotherapy is a science-based healthcare profession that views the human movement as central to Well-being and Health.   Physio aims to maintain and restore human function after disease or any injury, to help people achieve the quality of […]

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17 Dec

Ayurveda Massage Therapy

Ayurveda Massage Therapy at Horsham and East Grinstead Have you ever felt that you could benefit from a deep, all-the-way-to-your-core cleanse? Or perhaps you feel so depleted and fatigued that you sense a need for deep rejuvenation and nourishment? Is your mind so cluttered that you have a hard time finding the calm within? If so, consider […]

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