At the height of lockdown in the UK it is estimated that 60% of the UK’s adult population were working from home, with 26% of British people planning to work from home permanently or more frequently after lockdown. While working from home of course has numerous benefits- less time commuting, saving money, and being ableContinue reading “Looking after your body whilst working from home”
Despite the job title initially suggesting that we only treat sports people, this isn’t the case. Every day we treat people from all walks of life- whether you’re injured from sport, or have aches and pains from day-to-day life you could benefit from Sports Therapy treatment. What is the difference between Sports Therapy and Physiotherapy?Continue reading “What is Sports Therapy and who is it for?”
With gyms re-opening and sports training beginning to start up again, it is important to make sure you’re looking after your body. For those of you who read my previous blog post ‘Returning to training after lockdown’ you may remember I mentioned how important it is to prepare your body for exercise to reduce injuryContinue reading “What should I be doing to warm-up properly?”
As lockdown restrictions are lifted and we all start to get back to a new normal, I am sure many of you will be keen to get back to the gym or sports training. For many this will be the first exercise you’ve done since lockdown, and for others it will be a greatly welcomedContinue reading “Returning to training after lockdown”
Since lockdown started I’ve had a number of messages from patients asking how they can manage their aches and pains at home. With daily commutes now being shortened to walking from your bedroom to the living room, it’s easy to feel stiff, lethargic and a little bit achey. When you spend a large portion ofContinue reading “What Can I Do To Help My Body During Lockdown?”
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