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Fabulous Bax

Fabulous Bax

Throughout the Lockdown we have continued to deliver the Back Class online and this has turned out to be a great success. The Back Class has been an institution at Richmond Physiotherapy for over twenty years and we are enormously proud of the way it has endured. Kathryn and Pippa have ingeniously created a safe […]

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The new normal – staying safe

The new normal – staying safe

We have re-opened the clinic and are ready to welcome you back. Rest assured we are following the guidelines, taking all reasonable steps to protect you and the environment. Some of our patients prefer to be seen online so this will be an option in the coming months and it can work very well indeed. […]

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Stay Strong At Home

Stay Strong At Home

Helpful tips from Chartered Physiotherapist Kate Sheehy on how to stay strong at home with simple exercises incorporated into your everyday life. Exercises to do in bed (waking up) Exercises to do while brushing hair Exercises to do while brushing teeth Exercises to do while coming down the stairs Exercises to do while boiling the […]

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Distance Matters

Distance Matters

The COVID19 virus affect us all differently and a study from Iceland has shown that fifty per cent of those who test positive show no symptoms. Here’s just one example from a physio colleague of mine about how the virus can impact our loved ones and why it’s so important to follow the government’s guidelines. […]

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The colder the better

The colder the better

And now for something completely different … not only different but uplifting and inspiring. Here’s a message from Justine Solomons who has changed her life. Transport yourself, make a date for the future and savour the thought of ‘a glass of champagne’. I’ve been swimming in cold water since May 2019 (about 10 months and […]

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Hamstrung

Hamstrung

Field hockey was re-introduced as an Olympic sport back in1928. Participation levels have risen steadily and now it is played in 132 countries. As a team sport it is second only to football. With the introduction of ‘water based’ pitches and a change in some key rules, the game has become faster and more physical […]

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Pelvic floor, Prolapses and Post-natal weakness

Pelvic floor, Prolapses and Post-natal weakness

Our women’s health physio, Toosie Bawden, talks about the most common problems that she deals with. So Toosie, you’re a women’s health physio. Not everyone knows what that means – can you tell us ? Women’s Health physiotherapy treats conditions relating to obstetrics, gynaecology – anything pelvic in nature, specifically for women. It covers everything […]

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Can sitting damage your health?

Can sitting damage your health?

There’s so much information about back pain and how to avoid it, sometimes it can be bewildering. A recent article in the Guardian tells us to forget about posture, it’s all about keeping active and that is sound advice; there’s no benefit in telling people that their back pain has come about because they sit […]

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