I have Sciatica what can I do to help?

Exercises for Sciatica Here at Physio-logical in Havant and Rowlands Castle, our Chartered Physiotherapists regularly see clients with a wide range of sciatica symptoms. What is Sciatica? Sciatica affects many people including runners, gardeners, sailors, cyclists, … Read More

How do I get rid of a strained calf muscle?

How to treat an acute calf strain  We see a lot of people with calf strains in our clinics; runners, ramblers, football, rugby and tennis players, skiers, those with physical jobs plus many more suffer from … Read More

I have buttock pain what is it?

Buttock Pain A lot of runners, cyclists, office workers who have a long commute complain of buttock pain. So what is causing my buttock pain? There are many structures which can cause buttock pain. It could … Read More

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

It might be your Sacroiliac Joint! As we are treating a lot of runners at our clinics at the moment due to training for London and Brighton marathons, we thought it would be good to share … Read More

Top Strengthening Exercises for Runners

Why is Strength Training so Important? Strength and conditioning reduces overuse injuries by 50%. According to the evidence “Strength training reduced sports injuries by less than a 1/3 and overuse injuries could almost be halved” (Lauersen … Read More

Plantar fasciitis – I can’t run anymore, what can I do to help?

Common Running Injuries – Plantar fasciitis So here is blog number two of our running series, we have already covered ITBS (iliotibial band syndrome). We see a lot of patients suffering from plantar fasciitis in our … Read More

Common Running Injuries – ITBS – Iliotibial Band Syndrome

ITBS – Iliotibial Band Syndrome A common complaint for runners, cyclists and weight lifters is Iliotibial band (ITB) syndrome. ITB syndrome is one of the leading causes of lateral (outside) knee pain in runners. It occurs … Read More

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