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C-section is one of the most common major abdominal surgeries carried out, with many babies being delivered in this way every day. During pregnancy, there are many biomechanical changes that occur and many women experience, back, hip or pelvic girdle pain.  Some of these issues can carry...

Most people are already aware, carrying excess weight can have a negative impact on your health.  Being overweight or obese can increase your risk of type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease and some cancers. So how does this relate to physiotherapy? There are several different issues around weight that...

As a physiotherapist we spend a lot of time teaching people how to breathe.  This may sound silly, because we breathe all day every day to stay alive, but it is actually very important to breathe well. When we see people who are in a lot of...

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...

We are getting used to the new way of treating patients, although the wearing of PPE in this weather is not much fun! However, we are now open 4 days a week but with telephone cover to make appointments 5 days per week. Please leave...

It’s so good to see patients in the clinic once again. Just a very small team of us at present and this is to help you know what procedures are now in place for Face to Face (F2F) appointments. Please read all carefully before coming...

Thanks for all the phone calls asking when we will be open again. The current advice from the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy is that ALL new appointments must be by video. This is for the physio to not only assess your condition but also to decide...

We may still be closed due to lockdown, but we are able to offer you video consultations or telephone consultations.  How to Contact us Use the contact form. https://warrclinic.co.uk/contact/Telephone 01189782409 and leave a message.Email reception@warrclinic.co.uk We will get back to you as soon as possible to arrange an appointment...

For the moment we are open for patients. We rely for advice from the government and the collective view of our team. So far we remain open for a number of reasons; As frontline healthcare workers we are needed to address healthcare issuesPublic Health England and...