Shoulder Pain

Many of us at some point have issues with shoulder pain, it limits our work and prevents us from enjoying our hobbies and sports. So what can we do about it? How can physiotherapy help us to get better? What causes the shoulder pain in the first place? Th

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Elizabeth Lee

As well as working in private practice, Elizabeth is currently a Specialist Paediatric Physiotherapist at the Great North Children’s Hospital (RVI). Her previous roles also include Clinical Lead for the Teenage Cancer Trust at University College London

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Barry Davison

Barry graduated in 2010 with a Masters in Physiotherapy which he gained following completion of a BSc Sports therapy degree and football scholarship in the USA.Barry started his career upon leaving university working within the NHS where he completed key

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Latest Article

  Scapular (shoulder blade) muscle balance and strength. The Scapula is an incredibly mobile structure. The unfortunate trade-off is that it is naturally unstable. The bony anatomy demonstrates that the only bone connecting the whole of the arm and s

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Laryngological Clinic

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Pediatric Clinic

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