City Physio

CORONAVIRUS (Covid 19)

Posted by on Jan 9, 2012

March 2020 The current advice from The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy is that we should avoid all face to face patient contact. We are available to give advice as appropriate...

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Sports Injury

Tennis Elbow

Posted by on Jan 5, 2011

Tennis elbow falls into that wide category of medical problems whose name does not really reflect their distribution or cause of onset. Whilst we do indeed see tennis players in the...

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Neck & Back Problems

Low Back Pain

Posted by on Oct 23, 2010

Back pain will affect most people at some point in their lifetime. Government statistics report that 4 in every 10 adults will have suffered low back pain which lasted for more than...

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Treatments

Treatment and Physiotherapy Overview

Posted by on Sep 12, 2010

Physiotherapy Treatments   In its purest terms physiotherapy is the treatment of disease by physical means. In practice physiotherapists treat a wide range of conditions...

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Recent Posts

CORONAVIRUS (Covid 19)

CORONAVIRUS (Covid 19)

March 2020 The current advice from The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy is that we should avoid all face to face patient contact. We are available to give advice as appropriate over the telephone or by video call. Most health insurance providers have indicated that they are happy for us to provide care in this way. If we haven’t already done so, we will...

Become a Better Runner

New resource for runners   Local runner James Ellis has set up a website for runners called i-Run. This is packed full of useful tips and information for runners and contains articles which will help you gain motivation, improve your workouts and avoid injuries. There are inspirational stories from runners as well as a podcast. Click on over, you’re...

Shoulder Pain

Shoulder Pain

Shoulder Pain   Pain in the shoulder can be one of the most debilitating types of pain we deal with in the clinic. If you stop for a moment and think about the number of things you do with your upper limb, almost  everything will involve your shoulder joint. The joint is formed between the “ball” of the upper arm bone and the “socket”...