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Jan, 2018

Shoulder Injuries: How to return to play safely

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Common Shoulder Injuries Some of the key shoulder injuries include acromioclavicular joint (ACJ) sprain, shoulder dislocation, clavicle (collarbone) fractures, subluxation and rotator cuff tears. ACJ sprains, clavicle fractures and dislocations typically result from direct impact, such as a fall or contact with another player. Shoulder dislocations are common in rugby because the shoulder is put into vulnerable positions and can encounter substantial stress. When reaching for a tackle, the arm goes into abduction…

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Are we (the UK health system) failing patient’s?

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Are we (the UK health system) failing patient’s? Why do GP's not refer to physio more? My fiancé came home yesterday and said “Mrs X from work has hurt her shoulder. She’s been told its a rotator cuff problem and to look up the exercises on the internet. I asked her if she’d been referred or even recommended for physio and she said no” he explained. Now assuming there have…

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Jul, 2017

How to make the most out of your Physio

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Have you tried physio and it hasn’t worked? Are you currently using physio and don’t seem to be getting anywhere? Physiotherapy is a very powerful tool that can be used to help people get back to playing sports, doing their day to day activities and can even help people recover from strokes and other neurological conditions. Some of you may have tried physio without much progress. This can be really…

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Jun, 2015

The Physio Crew attends Study day at Leigh Court

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At the Physio Crew we understand the importance of great relationship with local consultants, GPs and other healthcare professionals. The SOC day hosted at the beautiful venue of Leigh court offered a content packed day of learning to update on all major body parts.   The day started with a talk on the knee by John Hardy and Mehool Acharya. They gave a overview of their own assessment and things to look…

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