Health & Wellbeing

Pain Exercise

How to Balance Pain and Exercise

The fact of the matter is pain is a part of life; for some it is short lived, and for others pain becomes a full time experience. But that shouldn’t mean that exercise and looking after yourself in this way is off the table. Physiotherapist Jordan Smitham discusses.

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Trauma Rehabilitation and Its Synergies With Sport & Exercise Medicine

Although similar, there are important differences between Sport & Exercise Medicine and trauma-related rehabilitation. Expert Consultant in Rheumatology and Rehabilitation Medicine Dr Rhodri Phillip OBE outlines these differences to help you find the right specialist for you.

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Knee Pain in Cycling – How the Pros Avoid the Most Common Injuries

Knee pain affects both professional and amateur cyclists and is often the reason for missed training days if left untreated. In this blog we discuss the common causes and how it can be managed.

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Squatting: One of Your Five a Day

Unsurprisingly the squat is one of the most common exercises performed in the gym. Expert Strength & Conditioning Coach Connor Campbell explores why by highlighting the benefits for each area of the body.

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Wave Training

Is your current strength programme structured? Do you have a progression plan that’s specific to your goals, or is it simply fatiguing? Discover what Wave Training is, who it could benefit and how to execute your individualised programme to achieve your athletic goals.

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Act on Axial SpA

A condition that takes an average 8.5 years to diagnose, Axial Spondyloarthritis has significant impacts on day-to-day life, work and mental health. Find out why our Rheumatology Team are championing increased awareness, earlier diagnosis and better management.

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The Hydration Debate — How Much Water Do You Really Need?

Nutritionist Marc Bubbs explores whether there is a danger to drinking too much water and if it is better for you to drink when you’re thirsty, rather than aiming for a daily quota.

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Cuff is Key: Why Shoulder Rehab Needs Consistency

As 70% of people experience shoulder pain at some point in their life it is easy to see why it is one of the most common complaints we see. Find out all about this area of the body, how it can be treated and the key to successful rehab.