How to manage Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis is generally known as a wear and tear disease and is the most common form of arthritis in the UK.  It is caused bythe degeneration of the hyaline cartilage (smooth covering of the bone), which in time leads to further wear of bony…

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Are you breathing properly?

We’ve all heard that breathing is good for us, it can relax, help recovery and ensure our body is working correctly. However some of us struggle to deep breathe, to breathe from our diaphragm. There are numerous reasons for this such…

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PoTs and Physiotherapy

What is PoTs? Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS) is characterised by an inability to maintain an upright posture for a prolonged period of time and an excessive and unsettling surge in heart rate. Patients will therefore understandably avoid activities that involve…

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Peripheral Nerve Injury

Peripheral nerve injury is classified as damage to a nerve and its surrounding area without affecting the spinal cord column, or the root which the peripheral nerve stems from. With the damage to peripheral nerves, it is usually just a select…

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