|Posted on 16 May, 2021 at 13:05||comments (6034)|
Pain under underfoot? Is your heel hurting? Or pain running underneath your arch? You may well be suffering with Plantar fasciitis and this week we’re focusing on what this is and how we can heal it quickly.
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|Posted on 10 May, 2021 at 11:55||comments (1150)|
This week as part of our #homeworking series we’re talking about patella tendinopathy. This is a type of anterior knee pain (pain at the front of the knee), specifically at the bottom of the knee cap. Patella tendinopathy can be complex and can take a while to recover from!
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|Posted on 26 April, 2021 at 13:45||comments (876)|
This week on the https://www.instagram.com/bearwoodphysiotherapy/" target="_blank">#homeworkingseries we’re talking about backs! As a Physio, many of my patients will come to clinic for low back pain, whether it's been something they've struggled with for years or have just tweaked their back recently getting something out of the trunk of the car. Before adding in the effects of the pandemic, it's estimated that 70-90% will experience low back pain at some point in o...Read Full Post »
|Posted on 18 April, 2021 at 3:45||comments (1363)|
This week in our https://www.instagram.com/bearwoodphysiotherapy/" target="_blank">#HomeWorkingSeries we’re talking about Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Check out our Instagram https://www.instagram.com/bearwoodphysiotherapy/" target="_blank">@bearwoodphysiotherapy for the highlights or keep reading to learn a bit more about it.
With 1 in 10 of us experiencing Carpal Tunnel Syndrome at some point in our life times it’s a fairly common issue,...Read Full Post »
|Posted on 6 April, 2021 at 13:05||comments (1089)|
This week in our #HomeWorkingSeries we’re talking about neck tension, mechanical neck pain and trigger points!
Our Home Working Series will be covering a head-to-toe guide of muscle and joint problems experienced as a side effect from working from home during the pandemic and this is a topic, I’m sure you’ll be familiar with! That tight, tense, heavy sensation across the tops of your shoulders to your neck also known as mechanical/non-specific neck pain.
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|Posted on 20 March, 2021 at 13:20||comments (1197)|
Have you seen our latest health series on instagram?
Due to the ongoing pandemic, lockdowns and changes to our working lives, we’ve developed our Home Working Series to tackle all your aches and pains from working on your laptop, over your kitchen counter or dining room table and commuting from your bedroom to living room.
If you’ve checked out our Instagram post “Have a Headache?” you’ll already we're talking about Cervicogenic HeadachesRead Full Post »
|Posted on 20 March, 2021 at 13:05||comments (1019)|
Introducing our new health series - Home Working Series
Keep an eye out for our helpful tips coming soon!
|Posted on 28 February, 2017 at 16:20||comments (2817)|
When we suffer with pain, we can often struggle to complete our day-to-day tasks, especially if we have had pain for sometime which can lead to deteroriation in our physical ability.
Check out our Simple Guide to Pacing to learn about an effective way to reduce pain and build upon your daily activity. It's also a useful way to build on any sporting activities following return from injury!
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|Posted on 21 February, 2017 at 16:10||comments (2374)|
In Physiotherapy, we often meet patients who have been suffering with pain for some time and are now limited with what they are able to do within day-to-day life.
Check out our post below on Boom-Bust Pain Patterns to shed some light on why these limitations occur.
Keep an eye out next week for our post "A Simple Guide to Pacing" to help overcome boom-bust patterning, reduce pain and start to build up your day-to-day activities.
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|Posted on 3 February, 2017 at 16:05||comments (5440)|
Take a look at our 5 R's for managing pain that flares up!
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