Physio Comes To You Blog

PROBLEM ITB or KNEE PAIN?

The ultimate roller for myofascial release and to help massage and release tight muscles.  Helps to maintain release of muscles from your physiotherapy session.  The Vari-Massage Foam Roller features a range of different patterns so you can vary the intensity of the massage to suit your individual needs. Unlike many foam rollers the Vari-Massage Foam […]

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Do you recognise the early warning signs of child hypermobility?

Joint Hypermobility is the term used when a joint has more movement than expected, it occurs when the ligaments are lax allowing more movement at that joint. Whilst most people with hypermobility are asymptomatic, others may experience pain and discomfort, they may easily fatigue and have reduced co-ordination due to joint laxity. These children are […]

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See how easily you can get active in Kensington and Chelsea

Our Charity fund has allowed us to sponsor a pilates class to be run at the Horizons Day Centre in Chelsea.  The Day Centre is a modern, lively multi-activity centre for older people over the age of 50.  It is primarily for the residents of Kensington and Chelsea but does offer 25% of membership to […]

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

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 […]

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Sharing a vision of excellence…

We are pleased to announce that we are now working closely with The OT Practice. Physiocomestoyou and The OT Practice share an ethos of providing high quality treatment and consist of teams of dedicated Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapistsand Speech and Language Therapists who are all are highly qualified, with a track record of professional excellence and integrity. What is The OT […]

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Physiotherapy input for children with Down’s Syndrome

Down’s Syndrome is a genetic condition, which occurs when there is a trisomy, or extra copy of the 21st pair of chromosomes.  Children with Down’s Syndrome require physiotherapy as they all have some degree of gross motor delay which may be related to varying degrees of low muscle tone, muscle weakness, joint hypermobility and poor postural […]

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Could your child have Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD)?

Has your child been described as ‘clumsy, awkward in movements, poor at games, hopeless in dancing and gymnastics, a bad writer or defective in concentration’? Are they ‘inattentive and cannot sit still’? Do they ‘leave their shoelaces untied, do buttons incorrectly, bump into furniture, break glassware, slip off chairs’? It could be an indication that they […]

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