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News & Articles

Explore our news and articles pages. We are continually adding new information and articles on topics from injury prevention, sporting advice and how to treat your aches and pains.
Standing or sitting at work?

Much has been made of the negative issues relating to sitting in the workplace. This is something that out Occupational Health Physios have been advising against for years. Is, however the alternative of prolonged periods of standing any better...

10th November 2015
Sciatica...a pain in the leg!

Sciatica is a description of pain that runs down from the buttock through the back of the thigh to the ankle and foot. Here are some tips on managing sciatica...

17th October March 2015
Getting neck pain when cycling

Neck pain is bad at the best of times, but when you are int he middle of a long ride there is nothing worse. Don't ignore these signs from your body that something is not right...

1st October 2015
The Gardener’s Back

With winter in decline, the motivation and need to get out into the garden returns with a bang and, more often than not, we schedule a Saturday and blitz it. But how do you avoid “The Gardener’s Back”?...

10th March 2015
Keeping Your New Year’s Resolutions 2015

New Year can be a renewing and reflective time of the year, but as the festive lights dim how are your commitments to fitness going? Going to the gym 3 times a week may not, however, be achievable past the focus of January. So what to do?

26th January 2015
Osteoarthritis of the Hips & Knees

Osteoarthritis is a diagnosis that is often described as “wear and tear” of your joints, it is a common, age related joint condition. Here are our top three ways to reduce the impact of arthritis.

10th January 2015
5 Top Tips to Avoid Running Injuries

Running is a great pastime offering fitness and activity for little cost. Here we offer our 5 top tips to keep you running and to prevent common injuries when starting out.

10th September 2014

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