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 Here's How to Help Yourself Initially   If you have any of the following symptoms, you should seek medical attention from a doctor immediately: Loss of feeling in the groin region or inner thighs, bowel or bladder disturbances, profound weakness in the legs If the pain...

Physiotherapy is more than just treating the pain, we care about your lifestyle too and will listen to you carefully to help you get back to full fitness as soon as possible ,by assessing what may have caused your injury and how to prevent re-occurrence....

If you are looking to establish yourself in a reputable and busy clinic, we need you! Our Physiotherapists would like to be able to work with a competent and personable therapist, to help maintain and enhance their own treatments. We feel this is an important service...

Reprogram Your Brain to THINK Differently About Food Did you know 94% people who lose weight on a diet plan put on all their lost weight plus 10% within a year! To stay slim and healthy you need to reprogram your brain to think differently about...

We are always on the look out for talented team members.. We currently require motivated MSK Physiotherapists for full or part-time work  at our very busy multidisciplinary clinic serving NHS and Private patients.  Are you looking to join a team of committed practitioners who are dedicated...

Did you know that 90% of your Vitamin D requirement must come from the sun and that low levels are linked to seasonal affective disorder, poor immune health and tiredness. A survey by Pharma Nord shows that one third of UK adults spend less than 1...

  [caption id="attachment_16612" align="alignright" width="101"] Mr Raman Dega Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon[/caption] [caption id="attachment_16613" align="alignleft" width="101"] Mr Callum Clark Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon[/caption] This week we welcomed Mr Raman Dega and Mr Callum Clark from the Windsor Foot and Ankle Clinic. Talks on Plantar Fasciitis and Ankle Injuries were followed...