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Bridget goes to Baku

Bridget goes to Baku

Bridget is going to Baku, Azerbaijan in June accompanying Team GB Hockey  for the inaugural European Games, what a fantastic opportunity! http://www.teamgb.com/games/baku-2015 Naturally we wish her all the best and we know that she will have helped the team reach their peak condition for the games. While she’s away we will be checking the progress of our […]

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Postural alignment

Postural alignment

Physiotherapists talk a lot about posture.  Have a look at this diagram and see if you can identify which one is you.  We all have our foibles and most of us do not quite achieve the ideal, posture is inherited so thats another thing you can thank your parents for!  Its fascinating to look at […]

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Compry Cool

Compry Cool

We treat a lot of elite athletes at the practice and are always on the lookout for new products which can help them. We’ve recently discovered Compry Cool, which combines cold therapy with compression. Here’s what Kellie Clenton, one of our patients had to say about it: ‘I had a serious skiing injury on New […]

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Hot Topic: Concussion

Hot Topic: Concussion

Pippa arranged a fascinating lecture at Rosslyn Park where her colleague Dr. Katy Hornby is the medical lead and spoke to an audience of parents, coaches and referees about concussion. We tend to think of concussion as more of a rugby thing but in fact footballers are also at risk and I would have thought […]

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Concussion – What Is It And How To Manage It?

Concussion – What Is It And How To Manage It?

Date: Thur 29th Jan 2015 Time: 8-9pm Venue: Rosslyn Park Rugby Club, (see website for directions www.rosslynpark.co.uk) This lecture is open to all pitchside support staff (physios/sports injury therapists), coaching staff at school & club level involved in all levels of the game. Guest speaker: Dr Katy Hornby Sports and Exercise Medicine Registrar, Charing Cross […]

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Richmond Running Festival

Richmond Running Festival

Richmond Physiotherapy will be at Richmond Running Festival this September! Find us at the sport expo. We are delighted to have been invited and look forward to providing FREE physiotherapy advice to runners of all abilities. Physiotherapy Our experienced physiotherapists will be in attendance: Bridget Burleigh completed this year’s London marathon in style after coming back from […]

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Numb Bum

Numb Bum

Welcoming the Tour de France to our shores in June combined with the lighter evenings and sunny weather means cyclists are hitting the streets in their droves. Advances in saddle and bike technology and the essential and ever glamorous padded shorts mean our bottoms have never been so well looked after! BUT when does saddle […]

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Geko Use & Effect

Geko Use & Effect

I recently used the Geko on a long haul return journey to Australia. The timing was not ideal as I was recovering from a nasty fall which left me with a painful knee injury. It was very tender and was giving me a lot of trouble at night when it would stiffen up when lying […]

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