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Limping or experiencing pain in your hip? You could have problems with your Gluteus Medius!

| Acute and Chronic Pain, Ankle and Foot Pain, Back pain, Hip pain, Knee Pain, Low Back Pain

The gluteus medius muscle is a very important muscle in the body as it helps us to stabilise whilst walking or during any single leg activity such as running and jumping. If this muscle is dysfunctional then it can lead to walking with a limp, known as a trendelenburg gait. When we stand on our […]


What Everybody Ought to Know About Acupuncture and Physio

| Acute and Chronic Pain, Ankle and Foot Pain, Back pain, Hip pain, Knee Pain, Low Back Pain, Neck pain, Shoulder Pain

Physiotherapy consists of a variety of techniques, which originate from all over the globe. One of these techniques, which are becoming frequently used in the management of injuries and pain, is Acupuncture. Originating from China, Acupuncture has been adapted for the West society and consists of traditional and trigger point needling.  Chinese medicine believes there […]


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| Acute and Chronic Pain, Ankle and Foot Pain, Back pain, Business, Falls Prevention, Hip pain, Knee Pain, Neck pain, Neurological, Occupational Therapy, Older Person Physiotherapy, Osteoporosis, Paediatric, Physiotherapy in London, Post Surgery, Posture, Shoulder Pain, Sports Physiotherapy

We are looking for orthopaedic, paediatric, and neurological physios throughout the UK interested in part time private domiciliary work on a self employed basis.  Excellent rates of pay and support.  If you or a colleague/friend of yours are interested please contact us by email at info@physiocomestoyou.com.  Looking forward to hearing from you.


What Everybody Ought to Know about Recovery after an Ankle Arthroscopy

| Ankle and Foot Pain

Following significant injury or for chronic problems of the ankle, your orthopaedic surgeon may opt for an arthroscopy to assess the ankle and diagnose any unexplained pain, swelling, stiffness, instability, locking and/or popping.  An ankle arthroscopy is a procedure that involves making two or three small puncture wounds in the ankle.  A small camera scope (three to […]


Get Rid of Tibialis Posterior Tendinopathy Once and For All

| Ankle and Foot Pain

Tibialis Posterior Tendinopathy is characterised by pain, loss of function, and occasional swelling around the inside ankle area. Tendinopathy is disease of a tendon, which refers to inflammation, degenerative change. There is debate around this area as to what actually happens to the tendon on a cellular level, but it means the the tendon isn’t […]


Suffering from plantar fascitis??

| Acute and Chronic Pain, Ankle and Foot Pain, Physiotherapy in London, Physiotherapy in London Victoria, Sports Physiotherapy

This combo provides round the clock relief for plantar fascitis. For daytime, the unique Aircast AirHeel is a clinically-proven solution that provides comfort and massaging relief for Plantar Fasciitis. Two interconnected aircells located under the foot arch and at the back of the heel apply pulsating compression with every step, help reduce swelling and discomfort, and […]


The Role of Physio after A Total Ankle Replacement

| Acute and Chronic Pain, Ankle and Foot Pain, Physiotherapy in London, Physiotherapy in London Victoria, Post Surgery

Total ankle replacement surgery is commonly carried out for patients who have severe ankle osteoarthritis.  The aim is to get rid of any persistent pain and improve the movement in your ankle joint.  To ensure that you get the most out of your new ankle joint it is important to follow your exercises given to […]


Do You Recognise the Signs of Flat Feet?

| Ankle and Foot Pain

Adult flat foot, fallen arches, and tendon dysfunction…  There are many names to describe common adult flat foot.  Perhaps it’s something you’ve always had or something that you’ve noticed more recently. Flat feet can be something you may have been born with, caused by trauma, faulty biomechanics or neuromuscular issues. Pregnancy and obesity can also […]


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