OVERUSE INJURY WITH ROTATIONAL SPORT

Overuse injury with rotational sport

Rotational sport is physical activity that involves twisting of the trunk to transfer forces from the lower body to the upper body. An overuse injury is common in rotational sport due to its repetitive nature.

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BE A STRONGER RUNNER

Reduce your Injury Risk By Andrea Ross, Physiotherapist HCPC, MSc, BSc Running injuries are complicated. It often feels like they come out of nowhere, but the reality is that they have been building up without your knowledge for a long time. It is the accumulation of microtrauma without appropriate healing that causes these running injuries.…

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9 Tips to Avoid Back Pain this Christmas

It’s Christmas!!! Well not quite, but I’m sure you’ve noticed the Christmas lights and the festive spirit in all the retail stores around. I normally join the usual rush of stressed out men looking for last minute presents. So how do I keep from getting knots and aches when out? Buy gift cards and be done…

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THE GREATEST PROMOTION EVER – YOU’RE INVITED

We are so excited to tell you that we have secured a new venue in Putney. We are now literally days away from moving in. We want to do something special to celebrate! This is our BIG THANK YOU for allowing us to serve you and for bearing with us in the extended transition from…

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Join Our Team!

  We are very excited to announce that we are looking for some lovely new people to join our team! We are looking for Full and Part-Time receptionists to join us in our Chiswick practice and our BRAND NEW Practice in Putney!! You will be expected to; Operate the phone lines, Manage our practice diary,…

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Five Good Reasons to Eat Sardines

Mackerel is not such a sustainable choice due to over fishing Sardines are high in brain boosting Omega 3 fatty acids They are rich in protein They have loads of calcium as well as all the B vitamins, iron, magnesium, potassium and zinc Sardines are delicious brushed with olive oil and some sea salt and…

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Intro to Sitting Stretch and Mobility 1

We hope you enjoy this little introduction to our upcoming stretch and mobility series. Keep you eyes peeled for the next instalment!  

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Week 4 #MarchMATness

We hope you all had a lovely relaxing Easter break and are looking forward to kick starting the spring/summer term! There is one extra for you this week! Post your own Instagram videos using the hashtags! If you’re not already following us on Instagram you can find us @bucphysio. Don’t forget to tag us in…

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Week 3 #MarchMATness

This week we reached the half way point! Post your own Instagram videos using the hashtags! If you’re not already following us on Instagram you can find us @bucphysio. Don’t forget to tag us in your MarchMATness videos! 15th. #neckpull https://www.instagram.com/p/BC-FjOzpwQF/?taken-by=bucphysio 16th. #scissors and #bicycle https://www.instagram.com/p/BDAsMBxpwR4/?taken-by=bucphysio 17th. #shoulderbridge https://www.instagram.com/p/BDDRF3EJwQY/?taken-by=bucphysio 18th. #spinetwist https://www.instagram.com/p/BDF5HNOJwXD/?taken-by=bucphysio 19th. #jackknife https://www.instagram.com/p/BDI4S5JJwSr/?taken-by=bucphysio…

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Paul Hodges on core stability

Paul Hodges gives some really interesting insights into misconceptions around core stability. It’s only a short video and well worth a watch!

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