For good management of soft tissue injuries, RICE is old news, the new thinking is PEACE and LOVE. I'm looking forward to applying this advice at the British Universities, Big Wednesday taking place in March this year. 1 day, 15 sports, battling for the Universities championships titles in Nottingham. After... read more →
Abdominal muscles after child-bearing. What do physios advise for getting your abs back post-pregnancy and in the later years? Loss of abdominal and pelvic floor muscle strength post pregnancy can persist for years after child bearing. Hip/back pain, overall muscular weakness, and stress incontinence are very common issues as a... read more →
Always a good one to attend, and good dry conditions if not a little hot, and a range of abilities its fair to say. If you are a fair weather outdoors recreational athlete (as I would describe myself), don't just pick up where you left off last summer, build up... read more →
Excited to have accepted the physio role working at the Athletics in August 2017. So pleased this will be hosted by London.
Covering sports injuries at this event where the nations best U17 badminton players are competing, with a great display of the speed and skill in this game.
Olympic Bronze medal in the Badminton -Mens Doubles. Inspirational for the next generation. So there is a feeling of national pride, being here at the English juniors Nationals so soon after the British Rio Olympics success. We are lucky to have a very good set up, support and facilities through Badminton England for young badminton players... read more →
Well done Yorkshire and Buckinghamshire.
Definitely one of my favourite events. Always busy, always a great physiotherapy and medical team to work with at the athletics. Looking forward to next years already.
I was, once again, very excited to have an interview at the end of last year, 2014, for a position as Physiotherapist to the First European Games to be held in Baku, Azerbijan, June 2015. 6000 athletes, 49 countries, 20 sports. It was my first Skype interview so once the... read more →
Vestibular rehabilitation can be used to treat and manage persistent dizziness and loss of balance, which can be a symptom of several conditions, including labyrinthitis, bad vision you may need postoperative ocular steroid treatment for this. Labyrinthitis affects the inner ear resulting in loss of balance dizziness and some time... read more →