Physio Blog from The Sport Injury Experts at Chelmsford Knee injuries are common in and out of sport and can have a devastated disruption to everyday activities to playing your favourite sport. Within sport, knee injuries are not just confined to contact sports with problems presenting from an array of activities, as our knees are […]
1. Look After Your Feet 2. Open A New Excel Spreadsheet 3. Pick Up A Dumbbell 4. Ice Bath? 5. Run Like A Pro At An Event 1. Look after your feet From looking after your toe nails to treating yourself to new trainers, looking after your feet is key. Depending how serious you want
Physio Blog from The Sport Injury Experts at Chelmsford For most people an episode of back pain is a short term problem that will get better with time and simple treatment. A short term episode of back pain normally involves irritating one of the many structures around the back such as a facet joint (a
Physio Blog from The Sport Injury Experts at Chelmsford When do you need to seek further medical help? How long do I stay in pain until I ask for help? How long does it take for my injury to heal? All very good questions that most people ask when they experience pain after an injury.
Physio Blog from The Sport Injury Experts at Chelmsford Physio or Kinesiology tape or (K-tape) is often seen on tv sporting fixtures. It has been in use for over a decade now but what is it for and does it help? For those who haven’t seen it on tv, it is brightly coloured adhesive tape