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Winter Aches & Pains

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Why Do Aches And Pains Feel Worse In Winter? Do any of these questions apply to you? Are your joints starting to feel stiff lately?Do they ache more than usual? Have you noticed any clicks and cracks coming from your knees? If you’re struggling to put your finger on it and you’re…(Read More)

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)

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)

Neck pain is one of those conditions that can strike at any time, be it from long periods of working at a desk or it could come down to sleeping in a peculiar position that can aggravate the structures within the neck. Therefore the best form of treatment we can supply is the knowledge of…(Read More)

Does it distract you in the day and keep you awake at night? Does it give you a headache?  Or spread down your arm? Do you find it difficult to concentrate?  Do painkillers have little impact on the pain? Neck pain is really common, it is one of the most frequent conditions we see in…(Read More)

Knee injuries are a fact of life in any sport but over the past 30-35 years serious knee sprains, usually involving the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), have become an inherent risk of modern Alpine skiing, with more than 70,000 sustained each year by skiers. The ACL is located near the centre of the…(Read More)

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