Physio Blog

Get Rid of Hip Bursitis Once And for All

| Hip pain

So what is bursitis? We have many bursae (small sacks of fluid) throughout out bodies.  Their purpose is to prevent friction between joints, tendons and muscles. They normally do this perfectly and pain free; however you soon know about it when they don’t!  They can become very painful and impact on your day-to-day activities, such […]

See How Easily You Can Regain Strength after your Hip Arthroscopy

| Hip pain, Post Surgery

An arthroscopy is a surgical procedure that enables surgeons to gain a clear view within a joint and to guide surgical instruments. You may have been referred to an orthopaedic surgeon if your painful hip hasn’t improved through pain relief, rest or physiotherapy. If you are generally fit and well, you most probably will be […]

See how easily you can maximise the results of your total joint replacement

| Acute and Chronic Pain, Hip pain, Knee Pain, Physiotherapy in London, Post Surgery

It is standard for patients to have exercises set by physiotherapists in hospital following your knee or hip replacement and practice walking with crutches or a frame.  The problem comes after discharge when either you are not referred for more physiotherapy or have the hassle of trying to get to a physiotherapy clinic with your […]

Killer Heels?

| Ankle and Foot Pain, Back pain, Hip pain, Knee Pain

Killer heels are meant to make you look drop dead gorgeous! We were interested to read the ‘Why high heels are bad for your health’ article in the Daily Express today.  I think many women already know the implications of wearing heels but will often suffer in the name of fashion.  Read the full article […]

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