Taping: Fashion Or Fix?

Taping: Fashion Or Fix?

There are a few different types of tape: traditionally we have used tape to support ligaments, tendons and muscles to prevent further injury; also to give compression to a recently injured joint or to limit extremes of movement associated with chronic instability; or...
Tennis And Protecting Your Shoulders

Tennis And Protecting Your Shoulders

Normally at this time of year, Wimbledon fever would be upon us and people up and down the country would be dusting off their rackets ready to get back on court over the summer period.  Now, although Wimbledon has been cancelled this year, tennis certainly hasn’t and...
Hip Tips For Staying Healthy As We Age

Hip Tips For Staying Healthy As We Age

Hip pain is a common occurrence as we age especially as it is a load bearing joint – joints like to be moving and need to maintain lubrication to have ease and comfort whilst moving. The best way to strengthen a load bearing joint is to load it! We can do this...
3 Glute Exercises To Incorporate In Isolation

3 Glute Exercises To Incorporate In Isolation

Let’s not forget our glutes!! During our time of social isolation and social distancing, our normal activity routines will be sent into disarray. We might not be as mobile as we were before the lockdown began.  We are not running to and from work or racing around town...
8 Exercises To Keep You Moving During A Long Flight

8 Exercises To Keep You Moving During A Long Flight

Long haul flights can make many people experience joint stiffness and pain. Here are 8 physio-approved exercises to keep you moving during your long haul flight. Ankle circles: Circle your ankles 10 times to the left and repeat to the right Knee hugs: Hug your knees...