Facebook LIVE Physio Q&A – 23rd April 2020

Apr 24, 2020

Do you have an ache, pain or injury? – we have answers for all your physiotherapy related questions in our Facebook Live Sessions.

In our Physio-logical Facebook Live with Natalie March, a physiotherapist who is based in Havant, Horndean, Rowlands Castle near Waterlooville, Portsmouth, Chichester, Denmead and Petersfield in Hampshire the following topics were covered and questions were answered.

Wow what an amazing experience!

I love to share knowledge and give physiotherapy advice to people in need.

Topics covered:

  • Is it normal that my knees make a popping and cracking sound?
  • I have had pain for more than two years in my foot and behind my knee, what should I or should I not do? Is it ok to do things even though it might aggravate it? Should I just stop everything?
  • I have had achilles tendon pain for a long time what can I do?
  • Back, sciatica and hip pain
  • Chronic Pain
  • Knee Pain (patellofemoral pain – pain around knee cap)
  • ITB pain (iliotibial band pain)
  • Elbow pain due to overload with press ups and cycling
  • Carpal Tunnel, I am sleeping with splints what else can I do.
  • Plantarfaciitis

For each of the above topics we answered our viewers questions, demonstrated exercises and shared physiotherapy advice.

Please be aware of your body and take advice from a health care professional before exercising or send an email to ( for advice and guidance.


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At Physio-logical we are offering physiotherapy and sports therapy online appointments – via video (zoom) or telephone so if you have any aches, pains injuries then we can help you now – book online, call or email us.

A few testimonials of people we have helped so far with our video consultations:

‘it was like my physio was in the room with me’

‘ I found our session today really helpful’

‘My buttock pain is 90% better’ – this was in one week following a video consultation.

Our website is full of resources with exercises for back pain, knee pain, neck, shoulder and hip pain, running strength exercises plus lots more under our blog section, please take a look! We also have a new search facility at the top of our website which you can use to search for common areas of pain/sports injuries.

Next facebook live dates:

  • Thursday 30th April at 12.30pm – topic: home workers with neck, back, knee or shoulder pain.
  • Thursday 14th May at 12.30 pm – topic: triathlete or running injuries

If you have any questions please do ask, send us a message and we will answer these in our next sessions – See you next time!

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