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

Stay strong and flexible this festive season

Exercises to reduce injury risk this Christmas Our last blog covered top tips to reduce the risk of getting or increasing flare ups to your neck or lower back this Christmas. Today we will be sharing some exercises … 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

Ski fitness: how to get fit for the slopes

Skiing is a very demanding activity and we often see people with skiing-related injuries.  These range from a simple muscle strain to treatment for an extended period of rehabilitation following surgery resulting from a skiing accident. … Read More

Sports Injury? We have a blog for that!

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Summary of Physio-logical Sports Injuries Blog Series We have come to the end of our sports injuries blog series. We hope you have found the advice and self help exercises via our blogs and YouTube channel … Read More

Rowlands Castle Village Fair – Pre-book your appointments now!

Physio-logical will be attending the Rowlands Castle annual Village Fair on The Green on Saturday 6thJuly 2019 from 11am-5pm https://www.rowlandscastlevillagefair.org.uk/ It is a great family day out for those who haven’t been before. A few things … Read More

New Online Booking System – Making An Appointment Just Got Easier!

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It’s now even easier to book your appointments with Physio-logical! Our online booking facility has just got easier! You can use this online service 24/7 to book appointments for: Physiotherapy Sports Therapy Sports Massage Acupuncture It’s … Read More

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

posted in: ARTICLES, EXERCISES, Hip Pain, SIJ

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

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