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Turning back the clock and putting youth back into my step!

Posted on 19th September 2017 by

Chandlers Ford Running

I’ve been hearing about the wonderful shock absorbing, running gait enhancing, HOKA trainer’s on blogs. from friends and through industry experts, for some time now. After suggesting them to my patients over the last 6 month’s, and hearing great feedback from them too, I finally got round to replacing my old trainer’s with an new … Continue reading “Turning back the clock and putting youth back into my step!”

Be Well

Posted on 15th September 2017 by

Be well goPhysio

Many of us reach a point where we no longer feel so ‘young’. We start to feel aches and pains, we start to gain weight more easily, exercising becomes more challenging and energy levels can be harder to maintain. People can reach that point at different times, some whilst still young, some not until they … Continue reading “Be Well”

A Busy, Active Weekend Ahead?

Posted on 8th September 2017 by

Hello weekend

There’s loads going on this weekend, although getting back into normal routine now the holidays have ended may have you feeling you just want to relax on the sofa! Tomorrow is Southampton General Hospital’s Annual Open Day, always a fascinating event and in fact, attending this every year as a youngster was one of the … Continue reading “A Busy, Active Weekend Ahead?”

World Physical Therapy Day 2017

Posted on 8th September 2017 by

World Physical Therapy day 2017

Today, 8th September is World Physical Therapy Day. The day is an opportunity for Physiotherapists from all over the world to raise awareness about the crucial contribution the profession makes to keeping people well, mobile and independent. The overarching theme for World Physical Therapy Day each year is ‘Movement for Health’. This year, the message … Continue reading “World Physical Therapy Day 2017”

Migraine Awareness Week

Posted on 4th September 2017 by

migraine awareness week

This week is Migraine Awareness Week, a time to raise general awareness of migraine as a serious public health issue and to reduce the associated stigma.  Migraine is the third most common disease in the world, with an estimated global prevalence of one in seven people. Despite being recognised as one of the most disabling lifetime conditions, … Continue reading “Migraine Awareness Week”

Sever’s Disease

Posted on 13th August 2017 by

Sever's Disease

What is Sever’s Disease? Sever’s isn’t really a ‘disease’ as such. Sever’s is an inflammation of the growth plate at the back of the heel, which occurs in growing, adolescent children. What causes Sever’s? As children go through their ‘growth spurts’, bones will grow faster than muscles and tendons. Because of this, in Sever’s, the … Continue reading “Sever’s Disease”

Treatment of Calf Pain in Runners

Posted on 11th August 2017 by

Treatment of calf pain in runners

Calf pain for runners is common complaint. Your calf muscles are used extensively and repeatedly during running, so it’s no surprise that sometimes they can become overloaded and develop pain. Here’s a great infographic from Tom Goom from the PhysioEdge series of podcasts, that highlights the recommendations for the treatment of calf pain. So, what … Continue reading “Treatment of Calf Pain in Runners”

Get your running back on track!

Posted on 4th August 2017 by

Running Rehab goPhysio

Every year around 80% of runners will develop a running related injury – these are often caused by inefficient techniques, muscle imbalances, poor training habits and incorrect footwear. Here at goPhysio, we want to keep runners running so our expert physiotherapists are here to help! Our Running Rehab service is designed for runners of all … Continue reading “Get your running back on track!”