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National Longevity Day

Posted on 19th February 2018 by

national longevity day

Today is National Longevity Day – and with our purpose here at goPhysio being…… Helping local people live a healthy, active, positive life pain and injury free …….we couldn’t let the day pass us by without acknowledgement! The message of the day is to get more people thinking about their health and living a longer and … Continue reading “National Longevity Day”

Overuse Injuries

Posted on 12th February 2018 by

Overuse Injuries

What is an overuse injury? An overuse injury is normally a chronic injury that gradually occurs over a period of time, rather than a sudden acute traumatic injury. Repetitive trauma to a muscle, joint, ligament or tendon such as a tendinopathy or stress fracture are just a couple of examples of overuse injuries. What causes … Continue reading “Overuse Injuries”

Charity Support

Posted on 7th February 2018 by

The Brain Tumour Charity

As a local small business, we get inundated throughout the year with requests for support for charity and fundraising events. To date, we have provided much support to these very worthwhile causes and efforts, as and when we have been approached. However, we have now decided that we are going to support a single charity … Continue reading “Charity Support”

Change just 1 thing to boost your running performance

Posted on 4th February 2018 by

Change 1 thing to improve running performance

Learn from the expert’s – here’s 5 great short cuts to rapidly improving your running performance, it’s not cheating honest! Just focus on 1 and see if it helps. From our Clinical Director, Paul. 1. The HOKA Difference: I regularly and happily recommend HOKA trainers to all my patients that require improved shock absorption and … Continue reading “Change just 1 thing to boost your running performance”

Cut out the middle man

Posted on 1st February 2018 by

Physiotherapy self referral

In a recent survey we carried out of the people attending our clinic, we found their key frustrations when dealing with health care providers was Having to wait for an appointment Availability of appointments Thankfully, there’s a way forward. Self referral. With physiotherapist being the experts in effectively diagnosing and treating a huge range of … Continue reading “Cut out the middle man”

Why Pilates is great for runners

Posted on 25th January 2018 by

Pilates Exercises for runners

Pilates is a mainly mat based, body-conditioning routine designed to increase physical endurance, flexibility, posture, co-ordination, and core strength. It involves focused, controlled movements that can be modified to create different levels of difficulty. Pilates was developed by a German, Joseph Pilates, in the early 1900’s as a form of exercise for soldiers recovering from … Continue reading “Why Pilates is great for runners”