Dos and Donts of a Healthy Spine: Part 1

Dos and Donts of a Healthy Spine: Part 1

Allowing you to stand and sit, bend and twist, a healthy spine is something that is essential to living an active life. Nothing impedes your quality of movement like a sore back, so maintaining the muscles and ligaments which surround the spine is essential to...
Manage Those Restricting Headaches!

Manage Those Restricting Headaches!

Suffering from headaches that just won’t go away? We want to help you get pain free, because what many patients don’t realise is that physiotherapy treatment can help in a massive way. Most of the patients we see who are suffering from severe headaches generally...
Preventing Soccer Injuries

Preventing Soccer Injuries

The new season is here.  Are you or your kids ready to perform at their best? Extensive research done by FIFA shows that there are around 15-20 injuries for every 1000 hours of game time in players over 15 with the bulk of injuries (up to 90%!) occurring in the lower...
Tips for Exercise During Winter

Tips for Exercise During Winter

We know how important it is to exercise all year round! Exercising during the Winter months can present some challenges with cold muscles, tendons and ligaments increasing your risk of sustaining an injury. Here are tips to prevent this: Change your training gear to...
Why You Develop Back Pain in Winter

Why You Develop Back Pain in Winter

Many of our clients complain of lower back pain. For some it is reoccurring each year when the days are shorter and when the temperature drops. Getting on top of back pain when it arises ensures you dodge long term pain and keeps you fighting fit so you can continue...
Returning to Exercise When Restrictions Lift

Returning to Exercise When Restrictions Lift

Our bodies are amazing in that they adapt readily to what loads you expose them to. If you were to start lifting weights, within the first four weeks new neural and motor unit control adaptations would occur allowing you to recruit more muscle more efficiently and...