The HOKA ATR 5 is designed as an all-terrain shoe, which Physiotherapist, Michael Harrop has been testing over the last 3 months.
Going Off-Piste with your ACL Recovery. Ski injuries are a common complaint around this time of year so Physiotherapist, Tim Maynard focuses on knee and ACL injuries and recovery in this new, insightful blog.
The Economist recently published two articles on The Burden of Low Back Pain. Our Clinical Director, Claire Small, reflects on the information in them, and her experiences as both a clinician and lecturer.
When training for a long distance run, it is easy to get carried away and go overboard with the amount of training you do. Physiotherapist, Sam Harvey explains the most common reason for a training related injury and what to do to avoid it.
Taping has been widely used in recent years, but why is it so effective and in which circumstances should it be used? Physiotherapist Will Tardif breaks it all down in this blog.
Common causes, the assessment process and tailored management programmes. Physiotherapist Henry Clarke offers advice on the best course of action to take if you have sustained a running injury.
What factors (if any) can we use to predict the chance of a successful outcome after anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstructive surgery? Over the past two years our Research Team have conducted an extensive study to answer this question.
There can be many causes of shoulder pain, Physiotherapist Clare Silvester explores the most common complaints we see in clinic and discusses which disciplines can help with the recovery process.