Archive for 2015

Treating the Adolescent Patient

Treating the Adolescent Patient

An article came to my attention some months ago which immediately piqued my interest. It was entitled Overuse injuries in the Adolescent. There is a huge amount of publicity these days on how our children are becoming more obese and how it is a growing epidemic. There is increasing pressure on parents to encourage and […]

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Horse & Rider Assessment

Horse & Rider Assessment

We are now offering Horse & Rider assessments at Richmond Physiotherapy. This is a chance for you to be screened by a physiotherapist for flexibility, strength, core control and posture, to understand how these factors influence the way you ride. Amy Davis is an accomplished rider and well placed to recognise how your body posture […]

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How to have healthier knees

Original article: http://clublife.csmaclub.co.uk/living.php?how-to-have-healthier-knees Getting pains in your knees? You’re not alone. Here’s why it happens – and what you might be able to do about it –   Why do my knees hurt? If you go to your doctor with knee pain and swelling, clicking knees or crunching sensations, the chances are you will be told […]

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The problem with running??? 

The problem with running??? 

Since taking part in triathlon and treating patients in physio clinics across London I’m always surprised by the number of people who pick up niggles when running and more surprised when clinicians (surgeons/doctors/ physiotherapists/ osteopaths) advise that running is bad for us!   90% of the time, in my opinion, this advice is misguided.   […]

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Is there more than just the core?

Is there more than just the core?

Clinical Pilates and Low Back Pain…. Pilates is a form of exercise designed to improve the efficiency of movement by focussing on breathing and body position. Traditionally Pilates incorporates a series of strengthening and flexibility exercises which can be made more challenging through  the progression of body weight, resistance and balance. Physiotherapists have long utilised […]

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Bridget’s Baku Bulletin

Bridget’s Baku Bulletin

Bridget has recently returned from working at the first European Games held in Baku, Azerbaijan. The European Games involved 6,000 athletes in 20 sports over 17 competition days. Eleven of the sports offered qualification opportunities for the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro: Athletics, Archery, Boxing, Cycling, Shooting, Swimming, Table Tennis, Taekwondo, Triathlon, Volleyball and […]

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Additional Branch – Parkshot Medical Practice

Additional Branch – Parkshot Medical Practice

We are delighted to announce that from September 2015, Richmond Physiotherapy will be seeing patients at Parkshot Medical Practice. Parkshot Medical Practice 18 Parkshot, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 2RG Tel: 020 8332 1132 http://www.parkshotmedical.co.uk Appointments will be available, on Thursday and Saturdays initially. Thurs 8am-6pm Sat 9am- 12noon (women’s health physio) Apts will be booked through […]

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