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Your Body Deserves an MOT!

By Mhairi Bruce, Sports & Remedial Massage Therapist

I get sheer delight after treating a patient and seeing the relief on their face after suffering with some kind of muscular pain:

“I... View Article

Pilates: is it for me?

By Morven Murray, Chartered Physiotherapist and Pilates Instructor.

Having spent the last three years training to be a Pilates Instructor I thought it might be of interest to share some... View Article

Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy and Prostatectomy

By Kate Leishman, Pelvic Health Specialist Physiotherapist

Having a prostatectomy can be a concerning time for some men, particularly when it’s combined with a cancer diagnosis. Removing the prostate to treat... View Article

Life Lessons Learnt by Life Fit in Lockdown

By Arlene Bowmaker, Director, Chartered Physiotherapist, Certified Pilates Instructor and British Nordic Walking Instructor and National Trainer.


You can’t please all of the people all of the time

We’ve resigned... View Article

(avoid) Too much too soon!

By Emmet Kennedy Chartered Physiotherpist Lead Running Clinic Physiotherapist

Coronavirus is having and is going to continue to have a huge impact on all our lives. One such way is... View Article

Learning to Live with Loss

By David Bowmaker, Chartered Physiotherapist .

Despite feeling like I was prepared for the death of my dad as a result of a prolonged period of illness, with many heart... View Article

Nordic Walking, what’s not to like?

By Arlene Bowmaker, Nordic Walking Instructor and National Coach, Chartered Physiotherapist and Pilates Instructor

My name is Arlene Bowmaker and among the many ‘hats that I wear’ in my working... View Article

Cortisone injections: is it all bad?

By Stewart Kerr Advanced Practice Physiotherapist & Sonographer

A common conversation I have in clinic is around the potential benefits and risks of steroid injections, often referred to as cortisone. ... View Article