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Why we suffer from pain and injury

Injuries, aches, and pains are a common part of the human experience. As physiotherapists, our role is to help individuals recover from these issues and regain their optimal physical health. To understand why people suffer from injuries, aches, and pains, it is essential to delve into the intricacies of the human body. In this blog, …

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Don’t ignore the niggle

 Don’t Ignore the Niggle: Why You Should See a Physiotherapist ASAP (and make our job easier) We’ve all experienced those minor aches and pains that come and go, often referred to as “niggles.” While it’s easy to brush them off as inconsequential, ignoring these seemingly minor discomforts can often lead to more significant issues down …

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This technique literally changes lives

Finding Healing Through EMDR: Your Path to Inner Peace Introduction Life’s challenges can often leave us with emotional scars that affect our mental well-being. Whether it’s traumatic experiences, anxiety, or even phobias, these unresolved issues can hinder us from leading a fulfilling life. But there’s hope on the horizon – Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing …

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Not sleeping well? In pain?

I don’t know about you, but i could do with a little more sleep. The stress of the past few years, the body simply getting a little more stiff as each birthday passes. Whatever it is, sleep is like a superpower. Sleep actually has a massive impact on healing rates also. We see lots of …

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Explaining Pain

Pain is a complex phenomenon that involves both physiological and psychological factors. While pain can be a helpful signal that something is wrong with the body, it is not always an accurate indicator of the severity of an injury or the amount of damage that has occurred. This is because pain does not always equal …

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Leaking when coughing, sneezing or playing sport? Pain with going to the toilet?

Have you ever heard of a pessary? It’s a medical device that can help treat pelvic organ prolapse (POP) or urinary incontinence in women. Basically, it’s a little ring made of silicone or latex that’s inserted into the vagina to provide support for the pelvic organs.   POP can happen when the muscles and tissues …

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Pelvic floor

Why the PELVIC FLOOR is important.   Let’s be honest, you have all heard about the Pelvic floor, but what is all the hype really about? And why do you need to know about it?    What is the Pelvic Floor?    The Pelvic Floor (PF) is a group of muscles that lie at the …

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