Posts Posts by: "Dan Latto"

Shoulders The shoulder is an incredible joint capable of a brilliant range of movement, and when properly trained, huge feats of strength and stability. This strength is crucial for any of you that participate in any high-intensity upper body dominant strength sports eg Rugby or Olympic weightlifting. Therefore, in order to train for these…(Read More)

Your shoulders have to do a lot of work and shoulder pain is very common. Do you get pain in your shoulder when sleeping on it?  Do you get pain in your shoulder, when playing tennis or swimming? Is your shoulder stopping you reaching behind your back or picking up your child? Have you noticed…(Read More)

Patient Reviews


Review for The Markland Clinic Stuart* had osteochondritis, a knee condition which affects the joints. Please can you pass on our thanks to your physio Karen for all her help.  My son, Stuart*, was seen by her as part of his rehab from a knee operation performed by Mr James Murray at Southmead Hospital…(Read More)

Healthcare will always develop and evolve like any of scientific field, the differences these changes make, may impact you and help you understand your pain better! These are also the three areas I get the most questions about! Back pain Many reading this blog will remember the days when back pain, especially with any sciatic…(Read More)

The team and I have been helping people just like you for years who want to keep active and love to be healthy so they can get the most enjoyment out of life for many years to come! We believe everyone should have exceptionally better access to great care to help them stay active, mobile…(Read More)

  Caroline, a 45-year-old lady, from Cirencester gave us a call after she heard about our clinic from one of her friends. On the call, she stated her back pain was unbearable. She hasn’t slept more than 5 hours a night for the past two weeks! She was getting a sharp pain…(Read More)

At The Markland Clinic, we love to help people just like you, get back to living the life they deserve. Which means a life free from painkillers, where you don’t have to worry about bothering the doctor, and can do and enjoy all of the things you love, without the fear of pain holding…(Read More)