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The Importance of Pre Season Conditioning

With pre season training in full swing across many sports, these integral weeks require a structured, progressive training program to ensure optimal performance and injury management for the upcoming season. Written by Katsu Inoue, Physiotherapist at The Joint Physio...

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Avoid Cycling Injuries with a Bike Fit Assessment

Cycling is a great way to keep active, enjoy the outdoors and has plenty of health benefits. The likelihood of cycling-related injuries can be reduced with a properly fit bike and balanced body. Written by Nathan Laios, Physiotherapist at The Joint Physio  ...

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What is Gluteal Tendinopathy?

Gluteal tendinopathy is often misdiagnosed and treated with a passive rather than an active approach. We explain the latest research and best practice. Written by Katsu Inoue, Physiotherapist at The Joint Physio We regularly come across patients experiencing pain in...

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The History of Pilates

"Physical fitness is the first requisite of happiness" - Joseph Pilates Written by Tamar Simai, Physiotherapist at The Joint Physio   The father of Pilates, Joseph Pilates, was born in Germany in 1883 to a father who was a gymnast and a mother who was a...

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Physitrack: Your Integrated Exercise Program

You can now download your custom-made home exercise program to your smartphone Physitrack is a fantastic new program that we have recently introduced into our practice. It allows us to create personalised exercise programs that are sent straight to an app on your...

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How To Choose The Right Footwear

Understanding how your foot works will help you choose the correct footwear for your needs and prevent running-related injuries Written by Nathan Laios, Physiotherapist at The Joint Physio When you walk into a sports store today the footwear options seem endless....

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How Do I Choose Between Physio, Chiro and Osteo?

Working out who is best suited to tackle your rehab can be difficult Written by Adam Joffe, Physiotherapist at The Joint Physio At the Joint, we are often asked about the differences between a physiotherapist, osteopath and chiropractor, and who is best suited to...

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What is a Cervicogenic Headache?

Dysfunction of the neck can often be a cause for the common headache Written by Katsu Inoue, Physiotherapist at The Joint Physio Do you have a nagging pain in the back of your head that hasn’t gone away? Are you suffering from regular migraines but medications don’t...

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Why is Adam in a Sling?

A common shoulder ailment explained Written by Nathan Laios, Physiotherapist at The Joint Physio   Those who have visited The Joint in the last few weeks may have noticed our director, Adam, floating about the clinic in an arm sling. He unfortunately required...

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