Pain in the neck?

Pain in the neck?

Most people will suffer with a minor neck problem from time to time, and with more people using phones, iPads, laptops and spending more time sat at a deskĀ  – we are treating more and more stiff and painful necks at Katie Bell Physiotherapy & Wellness. Neck...
Welcome Charlotte!

Welcome Charlotte!

Charlotte Jackson has just joined the KB team, she’s worked in a variety of areas at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals including intensive care, cardiology, spinal injuries and finally specialising in musculoskeletal. She’s also worked for Sheffield Football...
Easy knee – sy

Easy knee – sy

It won’t come as a surprise that knees are a common site of injury in most sports and indeed daily life! Whatever your chosen sport, you may have experienced problems yourself or know someone who has and this understandably means worrying about time off the...
Plantar fasciitis – what’s that then?

Plantar fasciitis – what’s that then?

There are lots of reasons why patients come to see us with foot pain. Plantar fasciitis is a common one and one you may of heard of, if not experienced it yourself – around 10% of us will in our lifetime. You don’t have to be a runnerĀ  to experience this...
All gain, no pain

All gain, no pain

I wanted to talk to you about pain today… a word we hear a lot. When you stub your toe and jump about yelping, and most probably swearing, something quite incredible has happened in that nano second. You stub the toe: you activate neurons called A-delta fibres...
Stress: Are we coping?

Stress: Are we coping?

It’s Mental Health Awareness Week and the focus is on stress. Research has shown that two thirds of us experience a mental health problem in our lifetimes, and stress is a key factor in this. What does strike me about stress is the ways it can present itself....