I’ve pulled my Hamstring playing rugby, what exercises can I do?

With the Rugby world cup in full swing we would like to share a common injury rugby players present to our private physiotherapy, sports therapy and sports massage clinics in Havant and Rowlands Castle with – … Read More

What exercises should I do six weeks after my Knee Replacement?

Total Knee Replacement – Rehab Exercises over 6 weeks Post Op We have been seeing an increase in patients coming through our physiotherapy clinics who are struggling with pain, stiffness and walking after having a knee … Read More

What exercises should I do immediately after my Knee Replacement?

Total Knee Replacement – Rehab Exercises We have been seeing more and more patients coming through our private physiotherapy clinics in Havant and Rowlands Castle who are struggling with pain, stiffness and walking after having a … Read More

Total Hip Replacement – rehab exercises

Exercises after a Total Hip Replacement We have been seeing more and more patients coming through our private physiotherapy clinics in Havant and Rowlands Castle who are struggling with pain, stiffness and walking after having a … Read More

Avoid shoulder injuries by strengthening your back muscles

A common Summer related injury – shoulder/neck pain! During these Summer months, you might have found yourself partaking in more outdoor activities than you’re used to, such as playing ball games (cricket or rounders) on the … Read More

Neck Headache / Cervicogenic Headache – how can physiotherapy help?

What Causes Headaches in the Back of the Head and Neck? A cervicogenic headache is a secondary headache caused by a problem with your neck/mid back joints and muscle tension. The good news is that by … Read More

Are you a horse rider and do you feel that your pelvis is out of alignment?

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It might be your Sacroiliac Joint (SIJ)! The sacroiliac joint transmits load from your legs to your lower back via your bony pelvis where ideally most of the force is absorbed. During horse riding the movement … Read More

Knee Pain playing hockey – is it a cartilage (meniscus) injury?

Cartilage (meniscus) injury – can physiotherapy help? We see a lot of hockey players in our clinics who have twisted their knee and torn their cartilage (meniscus), but also other sports players such as football, cricket … Read More

What can I do to ease my lower back pain when playing bowls or tenpin bowling?

Back pain and bowling We are seeing more and more people who bowl at our Havant and Rowlands Castle Physio, Sports therapy and Sports massage clinics. The common complaint is lower back pain due to repetitive … Read More

My achilles tendon hurts when playing netball, what can I do to help?

Achilles Tendinopathy – self help exercises What is Tendinopathy? If the load we put on a tendon is too much and we continue to do this frequently then the amount of tissue breakdown starts to exceed … Read More

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