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Sep, 2018

 Recovering from severe trauma of the hip

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 Recovering from severe trauma of the hip Significant trauma of the hip can be frightening. You may have slipped whilst walking your dog, suffered a sports injury or been involved in an accident. There are many causes of pain in the hip and the job of a physio is to investigate so that we can help you recover so that you can get back to the things that you love.…

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Sep, 2018

The Importance Of Being Listened To

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The Importance Of Being Listened To A common compliant I hear from patients is that they don't feel anyone has truly listened to their story. There is good evidence to show that if you allow a patient to talk they will give you most of the information you need and then you can guide further into the conversation if anything is missed. Some studies have shown that GP's cut their…

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Sep, 2018

Could I have cancer? A common worry in patients.

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Could I have cancer? A common worry in patients. I wanted to talk to you today about something we all struggle with. The fear of committing to treatment and making the wrong decision. I remember my first significant injury with my neck. Despite working every day with exceptional therapists I didn’t get treatment for 2 weeks after the pain started.  I kept telling myself I could manage it on you…

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Aug, 2018

Shoulder Impingement

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[vc_video link="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dzCTqz8NNGk" align="center" title="Shoulder Impingement"] THE PHYSIO CREW We help people who see health as their single most important asset, improve their lives and recover from injury. We help them by delivering evidence based, hands on treatment. We empower…

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Aug, 2018

Physiotherapy For Dog Lovers

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Physiotherapy For Dog Lovers Now I bet you didn't think you'd see that on a blog! Here's the good news... Dog owners  experience less serious health conditions such as heart disease, cancer and stroke. This is because they HAVE to get out every day and usually hit at least 20 minutes of walking daily.  This is great for their cardiovascular fitness, weight management and mental health. Unfortunately not all dog…

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