Posted 4 months ago
Stewart Kerr, Advanced Practice Physiotherapist, takes use further into the subject of shoulder problems.
So it’s been a little longer than anticipated in writing this blog however here we are as... View Article
Posted 5 months ago
Chartered Physiotherapist Emmet Kennedy shares some thoughts relating to his own exercise.
One of the key parts of our profession is to encourage people to do exercise, both in terms of... View Article
Posted 9 months ago
By Raz Leonard, Chartered Physiotherapist | Certified Yoga & Pilates Instructor
So what is the difference between Yoga and Pilates? This is a straightforward question which is often asked by our clients... View Article
Posted 11 months ago
By Gordon Thomson
So who am I and why am I writing this blog? Excellent questions. I am Gordon Thomson 33 years old and retired professional badminton player and pursuing a... View Article
Posted 12 months ago
By Kate Leishman, Specialist Pelvic Health Physiotherapist.Prolapse: How can I avoid a mesh implant?
There’s a lot of coverage in the media regarding ladies who have had plastic mesh implants to... View Article
Posted 3 years ago
By Carolyn Kent, Specialist Lower Limb Physiotherapist.
‘The knee is a very honest joint’ was something that was quoted to me during my training and as so often is the case... View Article