Our Christmas Survival Guide

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Don’t stress this Christmas! So with Christmas shopping in full flow and Christmas preparations well on their way it can be a stressful time of year. We want you to enjoy time with your family and … Read More

We’ve got the perfect gift for Christmas!

If you’re looking for some inspiration as to what to buy your loved ones this Christmas, we think we’ve got the perfect solution with a gift voucher from Physio-logical! These can be purchased for any amount … Read More

Physio-logical raises £650 for Rowans Hospice

Physio-logical raises £650 for Rowans Hospice Thank you all for your support. I am really pleased to announce that I have raised £650 for the amazing Rowans Hospice. So how did we raise this money? Firstly, … Read More

My knee hurts! How soft tissue therapy can alleviate knee pain.

Today’s blog has been written by Aniko, our soft tissue therapist. Sports Massage for knee pain Knee pain is one of the most common musculoskeletal problems we come across. It is not surprising, considering it carries … Read More

I’ve got knee pain, is it arthritis?

Today’s blog has been written by Katy, our musculoskeletal (MSK) physiotherapist. How can physiotherapy help with my osteoarthritic knee? Osteoarthritis (osteo- bone, arthr –  joint, itis – inflammation) is a problem which affects the lining of … Read More

My knee hurts on the inner side, have I sprained my medial collateral ligament (MCL)?

Today’s blog has been written by Never, our musculoskeletal (MSK) and neuro physiotherapist. Injury to the medial collateral ligament (MCL) is one of the common causes of pain on the inside of the knee – can … Read More

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

Cartilage (meniscus) injury – can physiotherapy help? Our physiotherapists see a lot of patients with this common knee injury. Most commonly affected are sports players i.e football and rugby players plus skiing injuries too. You can also … Read More

I’ve been told I have wear and tear in my knee, is it wear and tear or anterior knee pain?

Have you got knee pain and been told “it is wear and tear and nothing can be done” Your knee pain may be due to muscle imbalance which responds really well to hands on physio treatment ansd exercises…… Read More

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