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“Skipping isn't good for the bladder is it?” my friend only half joked with me at the gym mirrors today after our circuits class. Various nods around me from the older ladies, (all mums), made me bold in saying “well you know Physio can help...

Are you looking for a friendly and professional team to work with for a short term contract? We are looking for someone to treat NHS patients in our busy clinic. Private evening work is also available. Flexible working hours.  You must have good 'hands on'...

After years of treating patients, most physiotherapists become increasingly selective with the home exercises they prescribe to their patients.  This is not because they feel the exercises are not warranted or effective, but rather because many patients fail to perform a long list of exercises. ...

Written by Tara Lawson- Womens' Health Physio Patients will ask me if it is normal to leak when coughing or sneezing? They may be having trouble getting to the toilet in time or find that sex has become difficult or painful or even noticed a prolapse. This...

Back pain is one of the most common diagnoses treated by physiotherapists.  The complex shape and structure of the joints in the spine dictate how our backs are able to move.  Planes of movements and the degrees of normal motion at each joint are studied...

What is a trapped/pinched nerve? Nerves typically become irritated either by being overstretched or compressed. A ‘pinched’ or ‘trapped’ nerve refers to a nerve that has become compressed. Disc bulges frequently cause nerve compression because the bulge in the disc can narrow the space where the...

What is a Frozen Shoulder? The shoulder ‘capsule’ is the name given to the connective tissue which holds the ball and socket of the shoulder together. Frozen shoulder (or ‘adhesive capsulitis’) is the term used to describe a tightening of the connective tissue which limits the...

What is sciatica? The sciatic nerve is the largest nerve in the body. It originates from the lower back and travels down the buttock and back of the leg to the foot. Sciatica refers to symptoms of tingling, numbness, pain or weakness which originate from...