Core Stability

Core stability has become an in vogue concept in fitness and health in recent years. In its traditional sense, core stability refers to active muscles stabilising the spine and pelvis. These include the deep/local muscles that provide segmental stability

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Ergonomics and Posture

Poor posture can be both a cause of pain and dysfunction itself, as well as a risk factor in the development of other musculoskeletal injuries, particularly at the spine and shoulder. The sedentary and repetitive nature of modern work activities has meant

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Post Operative Rehab

  Physiotherapy plays a key role in helping patients overcoming numerous types of surgical procedures. During the acute phase we will help reduce the risk of post-operative complications. Our physiotherapist will highlight the key signs of post-opera

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Movement Analysis and Assessment

Are you in pain, injured or unable to train? This may be because the body is under excess stress due to under working or over working tissues during movement. Undue stress can come from imbalances which may stay around until you change the way you move. W

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Cardiorespiratory Rehabilitation

Cardiorespiratory rehabilitation is a specialist area of physiotherapy that aims to optimise function in patients suffering from cardiorespiratory disease or those recovering from cardiac surgeries. Cardiorespiratory rehabilitation programmes are often mu

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