Don’t let knee pain ruin your drive to get fit in 2020. Knee pain in an incredibly common factor that prevents individuals from exercising as much as they would like to. The overall prevalence of knee pain within the general public is between 15%
Following the Great North Run, we at Activate see a wide variety of running based injuries coming through our clinic. The huge spike in training intensity, volume and load can cause common injuries to occur and there is one which we frequently get asked
Does pain affect movement or does movement affect pain? Within our clinic we deal with a wide variety of pain states. Pain can be a very complicated and can cause an individual suffering along with challenging their identity. However, it is also benef
One of the biggest misconceptions within physiotherapy is that there is such a thing as good or bad posture and that a perfect alignment is generalisable for everyone. Certain postures which deviate from the norm are often demonised for their minor va
Getting to Crossfit Regionals (Meridian) and winning 1st place (and also setting a new world record on one of the events!). This is what Meg did last weekend. Some of you would have known that it was only a few weeks ago, this looked like an impossible ta
What is Instrument-Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilisation (IASTM)? What Is a Soft-Tissue Injury? A soft-tissue injury involves damage to the muscles, ligaments, tendons and/or fascia somewhere in the body. Common soft-tissue injuries usually occur from
What is it and what are the symptoms? Adhesive Capsulitis involves the contracture of the capsule surrounding the Glenohumeral joint (Main shoulder joint) and the Coracohumeral ligament in the shoulder. Adhesive Capsulitis is an extremely
Postal Correspondence: Activate Physiotherapy, Percy Park RFC,
The Club House, North Shields, United Kingdom NE30 2BT
Phone: 0191 603 1121
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