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At some point nearly all of us will unfortunately suffer from Back Pain. This may cause pain and stiffness in the upper back (thoracic spine) around the ribs and shoulder blades or lower back pain (lumbar spine). The pain may … Continue reading
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PHYSIOTHERAPY FOR TENNIS INJURIES With Wimbledon in sight this month I thought Tennis Injuries would be a good topic for discussion. There are many common injuries experienced by Tennis players: Neck Pain: a lot of quick…
Pain under your heel and foot? Physiotherapy can help alleviate and resolve your symptoms. Stretches and soft tissue work often do the trick. If more stubborn ultrasound or acupuncture can help. Give me a call let me help.
PHYSIOTHERAPY FOR TENNIS INJURIES With Wimbledon in sight this month I thought Tennis Injuries would be a good topic for discussion. There are many common injuries experienced by Tennis players: Neck Pain: a lot of quick movements with rotation of … Continue reading
PHYSIOTHERAPY FOR RUNNING INJURIES I would like to wish all the runners doing the London Marathon on April 22nd the best of luck, hopefully your training has gone to plan and you have remained injury free. I have seen several … Continue reading
As it’s February, and the ski-ing season is well underway I thought it may be of interest to discuss common injuries sustained on the slopes that end up requiring Physiotherapy! Common injuries are: whiplash, shoulder pain( joint strain or muscular … Continue reading
Was very kindly invited to do a talk on Physiotherapy last night at WI Carlton Bedfordshire. Well received and great attendance. Lots of interesting questions during and after talk. Thankyou for invite and hope it was informative regarding the physio … Continue reading
Happy New Year to you all wishing you a healthy 2012. If you have any aches or pains along the way be it neck, back, shoulder, hip, knee, ankle or any musculoskeletal problems sprains or strains I would love to … Continue reading
Hello, I am Eileen Lewis, a Chartered Physiotherapist with over 20 years experience in both the Private Sector and the NHS. I graduated in 1989 with a B.Sc in Physiotherapy and, in addition, I am also qualified in Acupuncture. In … Continue reading