Physio Comes to You Blog

Located within the elbow, the ulnar nerve is vulnerable to all sorts of forces and problems. It passes quite superficially around the bony inner corner of the elbow or ‘funny bone’. There is nothing funny about giving this area a good accidental whack though. It hurts, a lot. Nerves can produce a huge amount of pain and symptoms…

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Set a Specific Goal There are so many personal trainers out there to choose from and it can be hard working out which personal trainer is right for you. We recommend that you think long and hard about what you want to get out of seeing a trainer. What are your goals? Don’t be vague, pin it down. Rather than “I want to…

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There are many types of bleeding disorders or types or hemophilias. Different types are determined by different faults in the cascade of chemicals that help our blood to form a clot when we bleed. This cascade effect enables the right building blocks to be in place to form the physical clot and so stop bleeding. Interestingly, if you have haemophilia you don’t bleed…

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Between 8-10 months, babies will probably start trying to pull themselves up to stand whilst holding on to furniture. The first place they normally master this is in their cot. Parents often worry that their baby is locking their knees when they first start attempting to stand. This is normal to begin with as they don’t initially have the knee…

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Marathons have never been so popular. They also dominate many a charity calendar, as they prove incredibly effective at fundraising, particularly the big events such as the London and Manchester Marathons. Marathon running has also become a more achievable feat for many. It has become far more common to hear a work colleague stating that he or she has entered a marathon or long…

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Here at Physiocomestoyou we pride ourselves on the standard of our service. We aim to raise the bar in our professionalism and treatment standards but there is one thing that makes us different from other physio companies. The Right Therapist Understands As a medical professional how you talk, what you choose to say and how you express yourself with your body language is…

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Could Rebound Therapy help your child? Rebound Therapy may be an excellent choice of therapy to encourage movement, alter tone and improve physical fitness. What is Rebound Therapy? Rebound Therapy makes use of a trampoline to provide a safe and comfortable environment for therapy to be carried out by a trained therapist. Rebound Therapy often also encourages communication,…

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  This month one of the leading groups in patellofemoral pain syndrome (pain around your knee cap or PFPS,) have published their research on the best conservative management of this tricky condition. Christian Barton, Dylan Morrissey and their team have been involved in analysing the evidence base for patellofemoral pain for the past decade. Their recent publication is a systematic review of…

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What are the other names for CRPS? Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) has been known as Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy, Arm and Neck Syndrome, Causalgia, Reflex Neurovascular Dystrophy and Amplified Musculoskeletal Pain Syndrome to name a few. I am also sure that each person who has had to live with this condition has some other personal names they use to describe it!…

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  Chronic Fatigue Syndrome or CFS is and has been known by many names. Myalgic Encephalopathy (ME) and Post Viral Fatigue Syndrome (PVFS) are two of the other names that can be found under the same umbrella definition. People suffering with CFS will usually present with extreme and severe tiredness and fatigue. They have symptoms of un-refreshing sleep, bowel and bladder irritation,…

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