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Behind The Strong Room

Posted on 31st May 2017 by

Strong Room

We are just in the throws of finishing off the last of the work in our new home – THE STRONG ROOM. This ground floor room has been kitted out in some great equipment from the likes of Rogue Fitness and TRX, to provide a dedicated space for rehabilitation of our patients. Why The Strong … Continue reading “Behind The Strong Room”


Osteoporosis

Posted on 25th May 2017 by

Osteoporotic bone

The definition of osteoporosis comes from, ‘Osteo’ – a prefix denoting bone and ‘porosis’ – implying the weakening of a structure or porous bone. It’s the loss of boney tissue resulting in bones that are weakened and liable to fracture. Who is at risk osteoporosis? Those with low body weight Maternal history of the disease Smokers Excess alcohol … Continue reading “Osteoporosis”


Rehabilitation: Why it is Crucial to You and Your Performance!

Posted on 24th May 2017 by

goPhysio Rehabilitation

By definition, rehabilitation is the restoration of optimal form (anatomy) and function (physiology). It is a structured process, designed and delivered by your therapist, to reduce time-loss from injury, promote recovery, and maximise your functional capacity, fitness and performance. After sustaining an injury,  the rehabilitation process should start as soon as safely possible. It can … Continue reading “Rehabilitation: Why it is Crucial to You and Your Performance!”


UK businesses are failing health needs of their office-based staff

Posted on 16th May 2017 by

Active working goPhysio

Workers appeal to bosses to take action that will help them lead healthier working lives The vast majority of office-based workers are aware of the health dangers of spending hours on end seated at their desks, but management is failing to respond to their needs, according to a survey to mark On Your Feet Britain … Continue reading “UK businesses are failing health needs of their office-based staff”


Pelvic Pain Awareness Month

Posted on 12th May 2017 by

Pelvic pain Awareness Month

May is International Pelvic pain Awareness Month, a time when various organisations work to raise public awareness of issues in the area of chronic pelvic pain. One of the most common types of pelvic pain we see here at goPhysio, is pregnancy related pelvic girdle pain. Pelvic Girdle Pain (PGP) is an umbrella term used to … Continue reading “Pelvic Pain Awareness Month”


Happy Pilates Day!

Posted on 6th May 2017 by

Chandlers Ford Pilates

It’s Pilates Day today! A day for the Pilates community to unite in celebration of everything Joseph and Clara Pilates brought to the world. Pilates Day spotlights the joy experienced through Pilates – in health, community and quality of life. As our regular Saturday morning class begins in our studio, with 10 people starting their weekend … Continue reading “Happy Pilates Day!”


10 Things You Need To Know About Your Back

Posted on 4th May 2017 by

The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) have today launched a great new campaign, ’10 Things You Need To Know About Your Back’. Back pain research constantly gives new insights into previously held beliefs. Their new guide reflects these advances to give clear, simple advice on how to manage your pain and prevent future episodes. Here’s the … Continue reading “10 Things You Need To Know About Your Back”