I would just like to apologise for the profile photo for the Physio Clinic being repeatedly posted. It's not an act of vanity on my part but a big of a glitch with a new central system we're using. Hopefully will get it sorted soon and my face will disappear again. 😁 Thanks, Paul. ... See more
Remember that disc bulges, herniations, prolapses and slipped discs (all the same thing) come and go. At times you can have one and not even know about. They are rarely permanent and are largely considered normal. Most go by themselves, some require treatment and on rare occasions, surgery is required. This study just further highlights the body's ability to heal itself. ... See more
Sometimes it’s best to avoid the #SexyScalpel
Just a short wee tip for all you athletes over the Christmas. Perfect time to get a real boost over the festive period and come back strong in the new year. Have a great Christmas and lovely New Year and I look forward to working with you in 2018. Paul ... See more
Delighted to welcome Run Norman Run to the Precinct. It will serve as a great link for the Physio Clinic as a way to further people’s rehabilitation and return to training in n a group setting. Remember, better runners don’t just run, you have to have strength too. Welcome Norman. 🏃♀️ 🏃♂️ ... See more
Strength Classes For Runners Starting Monday 20th Nov. Every Morning Mon - Fri 6.30 7.30 8.30 9.30 Classes Last 45 Minutes Bring Towel and Water. First week all classes FREE!!! Charity Bucket for Action Cancer From Monday 27th November all classes £5. Come along and give it a try. Class size limited to 20! ... See more
Falls in line with what most research would suggest. It's true whether your cracking your knuckles or your having your back cracked. Remember there is no such thing as re-aligning a persons spine.
What happens when you crack your joints?
1 year ago today The Physio Clinic opened its doors to its first patients and it has gone from strength to strength in the last 12 months. Next year will see further expansion afoot. Already great links have been established with an Orthotist and massage therapists in the area and we look to expend that network of high quality professionals in the areas of strength and conditioning, podiatry and of course further work with local GP's. I would like to thank all for their help over the year and lovely feedback we have received and we look forward to expanding our service over the coming 12 months. Thanks again, Paul. ... See more
This month I have focused on a very common and at times frustrating injury for patients which is achilles tendonitis. I explain what it is, the difference between it and an achilles tendonopathy and also some tips and advice on how to manage it best. As always, if you don't want to miss out on further advice, then like the Physio Clinic page and feel free to PM me with any questions. Paul ... See more