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What are orthotics?

Posted on 30th August 2016 by

feet

What are orthotics? Orthotics, orthoses, shoe inserts, insoles……whatever name they are known by, are foot supports which fit in your shoes to help your feet move more efficiently. They are made of moulded pieces of rubber, leather, plastic, or other synthetic material that are inserted into a shoe. The aim of orthotics is to balance … Continue reading “What are orthotics?”


Is technology to blame for youth inactivity?

Posted on 26th August 2016 by

Active Kids

Research recently undertaken by UK Active has revealed that 9 out of 10 parents blame tech for youth inactivity. Some Facts & Figures Only half of seven-year-olds are meeting recommended physical activity guidelines of 60 minutes/day. 75% of the 1039 parents interviewed agreed that it is more difficult for parents today to encourage children to … Continue reading “Is technology to blame for youth inactivity?”


Sarah Cormack – Physiotherapist

Posted on 25th July 2016 by

musculoskeletal

Sarah qualified in 2010 from Northumbria University in Newcastle. Her first post as physiotherapist came working for several Gaelic football and hurling clubs for some months. Following this she made the more permanent move to the sunny south coast of England working in private practice and she’s been here ever since. Musculoskeletal physiotherapy including exercise … Continue reading “Sarah Cormack – Physiotherapist”


Jonathan Callen – Podiatrist

Posted on 25th July 2016 by

Podiatrist

I initially achieved my state registration in 1985 and added my BSc (Hons) degree in Podiatry in 2001 from Plymouth university. I continue to be involved in ongoing training and innovation in Podiatry as Chairman of the Hampshire Branch of the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists. I have worked in the NHS (1985-2015) and private … Continue reading “Jonathan Callen – Podiatrist”