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The Inside Scoop

Your up to date evidence guide and helpful advice on all things physiotherapy    Plus the latest news from in and around our studio 

Calf Pain?

What's the cause?If you’re experiencing some calf pain and wondering if you have injured your calf. Believe it or not there are in fact 3 different sources of pain that can be felt in this region. They are… Muscular Neural Vascular But how can we differentiate between...

The Post Pregnancy Tummy

Will I get my flat tummy back?What is it? Rectus abdominis diastasis (RAD) is a widening of the abdominal muscle wall resulting in the separation of the two main abdominal muscles (rectus abdominis) by increasing the width of the linea alba. What is normal? Normal...

The Barefoot Runner

Where are we in 2019? In 2010 Daniel Lieberman and fellow colleagues took to the skeletal biology lab at Harvard university to ask, how and why humans can and did run comfortably without modern running shoes. Before we come to the hypothesised answer we need to...

Dangers of the Teenage Laptop

What is the effect of the portable computer? In our clinic we are becoming concerned at the increasing number of 9-17 year olds presenting with upper back and neck pain. One obvious cause is the extended periods of time children are spending on laptops, along with...

The Snapping Hip

Oh Snap!   “My hip snaps/pops all the time….is something wrong…should I get a scan?” – this is a common question I receive from clients. What is often referred to as “Snapping hip syndrome” is far more common than you would think. What happens in this instance?...

I Have Shoulder Pain!

Do I Need Surgery? Shoulder pain is a very common complaint that many people suffer from and most presentations can be categorised under the heading of Rotator Cuff Related Shoulder Pain. Some common diagnoses include Subacromial Impingement, Rotator Cuff Tendinopathy...

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