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Strapping & Taping injury

Watch & read Dale explain Taping, what it is and the advantages and disadvantages of Taping. To Tape or Not to Tape? Recently a lot of people have been coming to the Clinic and asking about the advantages of taping and whether or not they need taping for their injury. SO, in this blog, I…(Read More)

Horse Riding Accident

Every now and then, we like to congratulate and commend some of our patients on their hard work and dedication. From a Horse Riding Accident & injury to getting back in the saddle! This patient is the perfect example of an individual’s ability to overcome adversity. Let me take you through the patients 10…(Read More)

What happens when you have an ACL Injury? At the Markland clinic, we see lots of patients with acute injuries. This is the Story from one of our clients (with some great knowledge mixed in!)  Back in September 2018, I was playing the first game of the season for Sheffield Medicals RUFC&nbsp…(Read More)

A Client’s Journey Every now and then in our blogs, we like to congratulate and commend some of our patients on their hard work and dedication to their own rehabilitation. This blog will be focused around the journey of a patient that was struggling with progressive arthritis. They had a double knee replacement planned…(Read More)

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Not looking after myself nearly cost me my running! Read on to find out what happened to Holly and if you have an ache, pain or injury that’s stopping you doing what you love, book an appointment. Why not check out the most common Ankle & Foot problems. I love the endorphins rushing through…(Read More)

Have you seen a surgeon and had an operation? Or are contemplating whether surgery is for you? How can we help you before surgery? We aim to start treatment early to prepare you for surgery. We will work with you on exercises to maximise the muscle strength, length and joint range of movement, to…(Read More)

Knee pain can be one of the disruptive elements of a good run. That dull achy pain in the front of your knee that won’t go away no matter what. Sometimes you can experience the same pain after sitting for long periods, and as time passes, the pain during activity or after long, sedentary…(Read More)

This month we are focussing on knee pain so make sure to check out previous blogs and videos on the knee anatomy and other useful tips to prevent your knees from stopping you do what you love. So here are my top 3 exercises for knees: Knee bends What does it do: This is a…(Read More)

Knee pain is a hugely common presentation whether you are in your 20s, 40s or 60s.  It is common amongst physically fit individuals as well as individuals who aren’t quite as active as others. Many of us know of someone who has had knee surgery whether it is for a knee replacement or…(Read More)

And how they are Structured… Knees are small but almost everything you do with your legs requires your knees! Their hinging action allows your legs to bend and straighten, which you need for standing, walking, crouching, jumping, and turning. You might know how often you use them but here are five fascinating facts about knees…(Read More)

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