Physio Art Blog

Get fit after a Total Knee Replacement

Rog is 78, and is looking forwards to his first ski trip in a while ……He is also one year post left Total Knee Replacement, and seven years post right Total Knee Replacement. He ran marathons for 30 years, and now rides his road bike 80 miles a week. He’s also my Dad, and this […]

17th November 2021

To Ice or Not to Ice

Everybody knows that we should ice a brand new injury….. just like we know that eating carrots will help us see in the dark or eating chocolate is an aphrodisiac…..My own children are obsessed with getting an ice pack out of the freezer for the slightest of head bumps. And they haven’t learn that from […]

5th November 2021

Lockdown Injuries

By Becky Houghton Although the clinic maybe closed for face to face appointments we have remained busy helping people with various injuries relating to the new way have life we have been forced to deal with. This ranges from running injuries, gardening injuries and working from home injuries!  These are some of the common injuries […]

5th June 2020

The History of Pilates

“Every moment of our life can be the beginning of great things.” Joseph Pilates Pilates is a body-mind exercise method focusing on movements that initiate from the central core of the body.  The exercise and philosophy of Pilates originates from Joseph Pilates who was born in Germany in 1880. As a child Joseph experienced a […]

2nd March 2020

Injury Proof your Running

With strength exercises Why is it Important? Most people who run think that more running will help to strengthen the muscles needed in running, therefore neglect to carry out a separate strength-training programme. However strength training is important to help protect against injury and maintain good running form and efficiency. If you are prone to […]

7th February 2020

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27th January 2020