Many women experience weight gain during the perimenopause and menopause. We discuss why this happens as well as what you can do from a nutritional perspective, to support your body as it goes through these stages of life.
What is Exercise Physiology? What are the main goals of Exercise Physiology and what is the difference between Exercise Physiology and Physiotherapy? Our clinical team answer all these questions so you can make an informed decision about your health.
The main type of injury that long-distance runners sustain are overuse injuries. When those miles are piling up, it’s important to be aware what it is you’re asking of your body, and what you can do to support it and ultimately avoid these types of injury.
Menopause is a significant phase life, yet there’s often a lack of information on how to navigate it. Claire Small, Physiotherapist & Chief Clinical Officer, shares her journey through menopause and offers actionable tips for making lifestyle changes to ease its symptoms.
What injuries fall under the category of ‘complex trauma’ and how can you determine if that’s what you’re experiencing? Expert Consultant, Dr Rhodri Phillips answers these questions and more.
January is the most popular month of the year to try and start new exercise routines. February is the most likely month to stop. On average it takes 66 days to build a new habit, so those first few weeks are the hardest. Find out how to make it stick in our new blog.
As the nights draw in and the temperature gets colder, we hope everyone is keeping warm and well. Our experts offer a few helpful tips to stay ahead of the game this winter, and keep you feeling your best.
Sport & Exercise Consultant, Dr Farrah Jawad explains how physical activity is a tool at our disposal that we can use to reduce the risk of developing breast cancer.