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Open & Closed Chain Exercise in Early-Stage and Middle-Stage Knee Rehabilitation

Open & Closed Chain Exercise in Early-Stage and Middle-Stage Knee Rehabilitation

Richmond Physio will host Dr Nicholas Clark at our Rosslyn Park clinic May 6th and 7th 2017. ‘Open & Closed Chain Exercise in Early-Stage and Middle-Stage Knee Rehabilitation’ Date: Saturday 6th – Sunday 7th May 2017. Location: Rosslyn Park Rugby Football Club. Priory Lane, Richmond, London, SW15 5JH. Speakers: Dr Nicholas Clark Early Bird (10% […]

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Myth busting: the pelvic floor

Myth busting: the pelvic floor

Is it possible to work too hard on PFM? Yes!!! The pelvic floor is like any other muscle in the body and it gets overworked through too many exercises. Unless you need to specifically strengthen a certain aspect of your floor (eg post natal) or are directed by a physiotherapist, daily exercising of your pelvic […]

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Elvie- what is it?

Elvie- what is it?

Elvie is a revolutionary new product on the market for pelvic floor strengthening, recently featured in Elle & Vogue magazine. It is Bluetooth-linked with an app on your phone, giving you visual feedback from the ‘educator’ which is inserted into the vagina.  What does it do? it is designed to be inserted into the vagina […]

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Q and A with Toosie Bawden, our Womens’ Health Physiotherapist

Q and A with Toosie Bawden, our Womens’ Health Physiotherapist

What is Womens’ Health Physio? Womens’ Health physiotherapy is the therapeutic treatment of all disorders relating to the pelvic girdle and the pelvic floor. Therapists are also know as Pelvic, Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapists or Pelvic Dysfunction Physiotherapists if they deal in Men’s Health as well. This would normally refer to a specialist physiotherapist who […]

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Transitions in triathlon

Transitions in triathlon

This month, Cat Benger from ABCpure is our guest blogger. Thanks so much Cat, let’s start off our training this year as we mean to go on! ABC are our go-to experts for all matters triathlon, they provide bespoke & intelligent training for triathletes of all levels. If you want to make a difference with […]

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The Olympic legacy

The Olympic legacy

So, Rio has come and gone! The Olympics were fantastic for Team GB and the Paralympics will be well underway by the time you get this. We’ve all been left quite amazed at the achievements of these fantastic athletes; their commitment is incredible. What has it actually left us with? A desire to ignite a […]

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Top tips for canoe and kayak paddlers

Top tips for canoe and kayak paddlers

  How to avoid injury and enhance performance Following the great success of Team GB’s Canoe Slalom and Sprint Teams at the Rio Olympic Games 2016, our new Richmond Physiotherapy team member Joe Coakley (Physiotherapist for British Canoeing – Junior & U23 Sprint Canoe Team) identifies common injuries in canoe and kayak athletes and suggests […]

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Golf Crazy

Golf Crazy

As physiotherapist and a keen golfer I am often asked by patients “What can I do to my swing to help me hit the ball further?” or “I’ve got this pain in my shoulder during my back swing; what can I do to make it go away”? The biomechanics of a golf swing can often […]

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