Physio Blog

Advice: Intersection Syndrome and Treatment

| Acute and Chronic Pain, Wrist Pain

Intersection syndrome refers to a painful condition of the wrist and forearm. It commonly presents as radial or thumb sided wrist pain at the back of the forearm just above the wrist, but pain can travel down into the wrist if the condition is severe. Other conditions that give similar symptoms (such as osteoarthritis of […]


5 Top Tips to Avoid Back Injuries

| Back pain, Low Back Pain

Back pain and back injury is the most common complaint in the world that leads to a GP appointment. It is thought that 9 out of 10 people in the UK will experience back pain in their lifetime. At Physiocomestoyou, we see huge numbers of people with back pain each year and so we stay […]


3 Top Tips for Getting More Out of Your Physio Appointments

| Physiotherapy in Battersea, Physiotherapy in Bristol, Physiotherapy in London, Physiotherapy in London Victoria, Sports Physiotherapy

Have you booked yourself an appointment with a physiotherapist and you’re not sure what to expect? Perhaps you’re also concerned that you won’t get the most for your time and money? Whether you are seeing a private or NHS physio, your priorities won’t change hugely. You’ll want the best outcome possible with the least disruption […]


When Should You Buy Your Baby’s First Pair of Shoes?

| Paediatric

Babies’ feet are very different to ours as their bones haven’t calcified yet and they don’t develop a visible arch until about 3 years old. As a result their feet can easily be molded into the wrong shape by poorly fitting shoes or even tight socks. When your baby is learning to crawl and only […]


How to Choose a Walker for Your Disabled Child

| Paediatric

Sadly not all children are able to walk independently for a multitude of reasons and often this is the one goal both the child and parents want to achieve most. Helping these children achieve their first steps can be the most satisfying part of a paediatric physio’s job. Our highly specialist team of paediatric physiotherapists […]


How to Properly Recover from an ACL Repair

| Ankle and Foot Pain

Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) repairs are a very common operation amongst sporting individuals. Most physiotherapists will likely be treating patients after ACL repairs at any given time. You would imagine that most patients would be treated in a similar way for the same injury, but this is not the case as there are many good […]


How Can Physio Help Children Diagnosed with Hemiplegia?

| Paediatric

Childhood hemiplegia (also known as hemiparesis) is caused by damage to part of the brain as a result of injury or illness, causing weakness and impaired motor function to one side of the body.  Each child will present differently depending on the amount of weakness and increased tone (stiffness) in their limbs, and they will […]


The Benefits of Having Physio at Home

| Physiotherapy in Battersea, Physiotherapy in Bristol, Physiotherapy in London, Physiotherapy in London Victoria, Sports Physiotherapy

There are many great reasons to have physiotherapy at home. Within one session, it is possible for your therapist to understand your individual needs. By treating patients in their every day environments, our therapists get see their patient’s problems first hand. We can fully appreciate the goals that a patient can describe in clinic, but […]


How Treat Balance Problems in Older Years

| Falls Prevention, Older Person Physiotherapy

Many of our older patients have commented on feeling more wobbly and unbalanced first thing in the morning. We have been asked why this might occur so often that we thought we would share our thoughts. We know that as we age it becomes harder to maintain our muscle strength. However, it is possible for […]


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