Have you just had knee surgery and are you are struggling to get full range of movement back even with multiple sets of stretches throughout the day, and assistance from your physiotherapist? According to Jonathan Webb and Andrew Davies, specialist knee consultants at Fortius Clinic, there could be other factors involved causing this problem other than […]
One of the biggest challenges facing a physio is getting our patients to complete the exercises they need to do in order to recover, as well as get our patients to commit to the lifestyle changes needed to improve their symptoms. If you have never had physiotherapy exercises prescribed to you or you have ever […]
Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) is an umbrella term, which includes any condition resulting in repetitive forceful exertions. It includes carpal tunnel syndrome, golfer’s elbow, tennis elbow and trigger finger. RSI is a condition that is becoming increasingly prevalent through our western society, especially with the abundance of technology, including laptops, games consoles and mobile phones. […]
A lot of our therapists in London and Bristol cycle to their patients, and this means getting around is quicker, easier and more enjoyable. It also means our therapists don’t have to rely on the ever uncertain public transport or busy roads! Many of our patients also cycle as a form of exercise or commuting […]
Have you recently had surgery or injured yourself and are you now wondering how long it will take until you are fully recovered? Consultants normally use the following time scales to estimate a full recovery: By 6 weeks you should feel fair, by 3 months you should feel good, by 6 months you should feel […]
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The knee is stabilised by a group of muscles and four main ligaments. Two of the ligaments run along the inside and outside edges of the knee and are called the Medial and Lateral Collateral Ligaments respectively (MCL/LCL). The other two are known as the Posterior and Anterior Cruciate Ligaments (PCL/ACL) and are located inside […]
An arthroscopy is a surgical procedure in which your surgeon is able to look at and examine the inside of a joint using a camera or ‘scope’. Multiple small incisions in different areas of your joint are made and a small camera and tools access the joint or joints. There are various reasons why an […]
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 […]