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CROSSFIT: A Therapists Perspective

Not a day goes by in my clinic where I don’t see clients presenting with pain or injury which is caused by an imbalance in their body.  Whether that be from sitting all day, repetitive daily activities or the demands of their sport.  We work together to relieve the symptoms but with a longer term …

Knee Pain: Clear MRI but Knee Still Hurts?

I had the pleasure of spending a day with Claire Robertson the Consultant Physiotherapist at Wimbledon Clinics yesterday focusing on Patellofemoral Pain, the potential causes and rehabilitation.  You can read Claire’s biography here but it is safe to say she knows her stuff leading and releasing ground breaking research in this area.  This leads me to …

RESEARCH REVIEW: Massage & Osteoarthritis of the Knee

It has long been proven that prescribed exercise is beneficial to individuals suffering with Osteoarthritis of the knee.  Generally when talking to people with this condition, they will gladly demonstrate the various exercises they have been working on to keep the knee mobile and to help reduce pain, but what happens when this relief starts …

Tennis Elbow – What’s causing yours?

One of the most common complaints that I see at my clinic is Tennis Elbow, clinically know as ‘Lateral Epicondylitis’. Now don’t be fooled, it is not only tennis players who suffer with this sharp pain on the outside of their elbow, but anyone who is overusing the wrist extensor muscles – overzealous action with …