Rehab Exercises for Meniscal (Cartilage) Tear

Cartilage (meniscus) injury – can physiotherapy help? Our Practitioners 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

Exercises for MCL (Medial Collateral Ligament) Sprain

Injury to the medial collateral ligament (MCL) is one of the common causes of pain on the inside of the knee. What causes a medial collateral ligament sprain? A sprain happens when a ligament is stretched … Read More

How to stick to my New Year Fitness Goals

How to stick to my New Year Fitness Goals Are you feeling like you’ve overindulged this Christmas and as the New Year approaches are your thoughts turning to maybe a new fitness goal, or even to … Read More

Merry Christmas from Physio-logical – 2019

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Sending you all the very best wishes for a happy holiday season. We just wanted to say a huge thank you for your custom and support over the last year. 2019 has been another busy year and we … Read More

4 Advanced Exercises for Knee Pain

Exercises for Pain at the front of the Knee (Advanced). If you have knee pain, especially pain or discomfort around your knee cap then these exercises are for you. They are designed to improve movement, strengthen … Read More

4 Basic Exercises for Knee Pain

Exercises for Pain at the front of the Knee. If you have knee pain, especially pain or discomfort around your knee cap then these exercises are for you. They are designed to improve movement, strengthen your … Read More

Can physio help with osteoarthritis of the knee?

What is Osteoarthritis? Osteoarthritis (osteo- bone, arthr –  joint, itis – inflammation) is a problem which affects the lining of your joints. In a healthy joint the ends of each bone are covered in a smooth lining called cartilage. This allows … Read More

Physio-logical helped a new runner achieve her goal of completing the Great South Run

We love to help local club runners in Havant, Denmead, Rowlands Castle, Emsworth, Chichester, Petersfield, Waterlooville, Horndean, Portsmouth, Southsea, Fareham and other local areas achieve their running goals. Well done for completing your first 10 mile … Read More

Are your joints feeling a bit creaky this Halloween?

posted in: Arthritis, ARTICLES

As you get older you may feel it is normal to put up with niggles, aches and pains. It is not, we can help you! Many people we see at our Havant and Rowlands Castle private … Read More

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