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 And the #1 Single Best Exercise for Relief of Sciatica

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Do you (or someone you know) suffer from pain, numbness or tingling in your legs, feet, buttocks or lower back? If you do and you are looking for natural and permanent relief, then here are 2 valuable tools to help you…….. Recently I have seen a increasing number of patients with Sciatica and BACK pain…

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Is it Just Muscle Soreness or an Injury?

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One of our patients, James, at our Chiswick clinic, recently started a weight training program and asked our Physiotherapist about the intense soreness in his legs following squat and lunge sessions – he was unsure if this response was normal or if there was an injury involved. It is extremely common to experience periods of…

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Summary – Sitting Stretch and Mobility Series

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If you have been following our recent blog updates you will be in the loop with our Sitting Stretch and Mobility Series. A series of videos demonstrating a host of daily stretches to release the aches and pains so common in those of us who are seated throughout the day. We thought it would be…

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Neck – Sitting Stretch and Mobility Series

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If you find yourself sitting for most of the day you may find that you frequently suffer from aches and pains. One way to help relieve these aches and pains is to set some time aside each day to do a series of simple stretches. These stretches are designed so they can be done anywhere…

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What is Physiotherapy?

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That’s a good question. A large percentage of our clients come to us with sports related injuries however our therapists regularly treat a wide range of ailments from muscular aches and pains through to headaches. Chartered Physiotherapists are trained in a variety of different treatment methods: Massage technique Dry needling Joint manipulation Exercise rehabilitation It…

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