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.
Some of the most common symptoms associated with menopause include pelvic pain and prolapse, vaginal irritation, and urinary incontinence. We focus on the latter to equip you with essential information to better manage and understand this symptom.
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.
Did you know woman are 6 times more likely to injure their ACL than men? We put our best minds to it and have broken down the reasons why this could be. It is an area that certainly needs more research, but until then, it’s a case of prevention, strengthening, and targeted rehab.
Podiatrist, Alex Townsend, was taught five key lessons when taking on his first Ironman, and here he shares his insight to help you get a headstart should you be doing the same.
A commonly self-diagnosed condition, the Frozen Shoulder continues to catch people out with only 17% of suspected Frozen Shoulders actually being diagnosed after seeing a healthcare professional. So how do you know if you have a frozen shoulder, and what can you do about it?
With race day around the corner the nerves and excitement might be starting to kick, but it’s important not to lose sight of the big picture. All your training so far as been to get you ready for the upcoming challenge, and these few weeks are a crucial part of your prep.
The symptoms of endometriosis can sometimes makes exercising challenging, but that doesn’t mean that it can’t be a part of your life. In this blog we aim to answer some frequently asked questions to help you navigate your fitness journey with endometriosis.