It’s now 2+ weeks following my meniscal repair surgery and time for an update. Things have gone really well so far. After an initial period of partial weight bearing with crutches I’m now able to fully load my leg but not while bending it more than 90 degrees. I’ve had minimal pain or swelling to […]
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Despite what people think even us physios get injured and suffer with aches and pains. I’ve had my share over the years and typically it’s ‘Physio heal thy self’. That’s usually the case. Our knowledge and expertise certainly help but we also need the hands on assessment and treatment from colleagues too. A big thank […]
Well as I’m recovering from my surgery I thought I may as well blog a bit about it for anyone interested enough or for anyone about to have a similar operation. I’ve written a separate blog here about the knee issues I’ve had in the run up to surgery. So 24 hours after surgery. This […]
As of 4th November the Sports Massage Association have published guidance relating to sports and deep tissue massage services provided by their members. Massage services can continue to operate with the following provisions: That the service operates from a clinical setting. The service is delivered by a level 4 or 5 therapist or Degree level […]
31st October update. The clinic will remain open as usual at this time. Medical services and appointments remain unaffected by the latest national lockdown. People with Physiotherapy appointments booked can still attend. We are seeking further clarification on Sports Therapy and Massage services after Thursday 5th November. We know many of you will have concerns […]
When is a runner not a runner?…. When they are injured! Which has been a lot for me this year! 2019 hasn’t been a great year for me injury wise and its taught me a few lessons in keeping motivated or not! The year started so well with plans of running another marathon in […]
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