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How Different Tissues in Our Body Respond to Running

What happens to muscles, bones, and tendons when they are optimally loaded Vs what happens when we overload them? Physiotherapist Henry Clarke discusses the impact on our tissues when we run or perform impact exercise.

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COVID-19 and Exercise

In this article, Dr Farrah Jawad explains how the positive effects of moderate-intensity exercise can reduce our chances of being severely affected by Covid-19.

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PTSD & Pain

A therapeutic approach to treatment in veterans and the general population. Soft Tissue Therapist Yaad Hassan explains the complex relationship between PTSD and pain, and his first hand experience of treating both the mental and physical challenges.

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The Many Misconceptions of Pain: Why Isn’t My Pain Getting Better?

Do you have pain that hasn’t responded to usual Physiotherapy treatments? Consider this blog an alternative way of thinking about pain. This is especially relevant for pain that has lasted many months, maybe even years.

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Tennis Elbow: Advice for Non-Tennis Players

The last 6 months have been challenging. The lifestyle changes which we adapted to will have had an effect on us all; changes in usual activities are commonly reported with new symptoms of tennis elbow. We explore this in our new blog.

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Tennis Elbow: Advice for Players

Whether you’ve been playing for years, or recently discovered tennis as your chosen form of exercise during lockdown, you’ve likely come across some of the aches and niggles that come with the sport. In this blog we focus on one of the most common: Tennis Elbow.

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Is Your Road Bike Causing Upper Limb Pain?

In this blog we highlight the usual suspects of neck, shoulder, elbow and wrist pain, exclusively in terms of road bike setup. Discover the common signs to look for and Expert-recommended changes you can make order to resolve them.

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Blood Flow Restriction and Me: What is BFRT and How Can it Help?

Blood flow restriction training is a rehabilitation tool that when used correctly, can have a huge influence on maintaining muscle size and strength following an injury or a prolonged period of inactivity.