Tennis elbow is the term given to the pain around the outside of the elbow. Its medical term is lateral epicondylitis. Although this injury is very common within tennis players, it isn’t always caused by playing tennis.
About a Rotator Cuff Injury
A rotator cuff is the collection of muscles and tendons that keep your shoulder stable, a rotator cuff injury occurs when there is a tear or inflammation in the muscles and/or tendons. With the injury located within your shoulder, it makes it very difficult to do everyday tasks (anything involving lifting your arm above your head).
Chronic knee pain is the reoccurring/long term pain, inflammation or sensitivity in one or both of your knees. This is pain that stops people doing a lot of activities in their everyday lives.
There are cases of knee pain that can be caused by an injury or accident and be just as painful but can heal without treatment over time. Chronic knee pain very rarely goes away without treatment.
At The Physio Rooms we know that back pain can make you feel helpless.
Many people do not know how or why they have back pain.
It is often a combination of awkward working positions, lack of movement (sitting for a long period of time regularly) or the repetition of tasks that compromises a good posture.
Tom Goom, our Clinical Lead at the Physio Rooms, is a Running Injury Specialist and expert in gait analysis. He teaches other Physiotherapists around the country on his extremely popular Running Repairs Course and has been consulted by leading researchers on the topic. Today he shares his views with us on running gait analysis.
We are pleased to announce another great partnership with The Physio Rooms. Sally C. Davis is a qualified Meditation & Mindfulness Practioner and SMART coach. She teaches stress management and relaxation techniques through workshops, drop-in’s and long term courses.
Dan Lawson is a local legend in the ultra running world. His record is impressive; He runs for the GB Ultra Team, the current world and European champions at the 24hr distance. He is a world record beater for the longest distance run in a week on a treadmill (completed in a tent outside Jubilee Library) and he’s the course record holder for Ultrabalaton, Steenbergen Ultra, Grand Union Canal Race and the Ridgeway Ultra.
We are delighted to welcome on board physiotherapist Camilla Castellini. Camilla will be practicing from our Brighton clinic at Preston Lawn Tennis Club. Camilla has a wealth of experience treating musculoskeletal injuries and pathologies. For more information on Camilla's skill set please read on.. Camilla is an Italian Physiotherapist living in Brighton who is registered with HCPC and CSP. She graduated from the University of Bologna (Italy) and has more than five years of professional experience. She has worked with several Italian clinics and hospitals as a Physiotherapist.
It’s estimated that 23,000 tonnes of English strawberries and 7,000 litres of cream are sold at Wimbledon each year! This classic combination is not only delicious but a good addition to your post workout or injury recovery diet.
KNOW ANYONE WHO IS CARRYING THE WORLD ON THEIR SHOULDERS?! It's Fathers Day this month and to celebrate all the dads out there we are offering £10 off new / initial appointments with The Physio Rooms!
Does your father have a few niggles that we could help with, get him something he really needs this year!
If you are interested please contact us email@example.com or 01273 667826.
We all enjoy a good massage! Why not when there are proven benefits from a deep tissue massage!
Deep tissue massage is the use of deeper techniques to work into the fascia, relieving tension, aiding flexibility and helping with chronic pain.
With the use of knuckles, forearms, elbows and hands it is a deliberate deep massage, working into deeper structures of the muscle and fascia to help relieve tension.
We have a busy schedule for the next term and we welcome Georgie back for more Pilates! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or you can call us on 01273 667826 if you are interested in learning more. Check out our downloadable timetable below, which includes descriptions for all our classes:
Are you frustrated by an ongoing tendon injury? Do you want to optimise your rehabilitation process? The good news is you can, tailoring your diet can actually aid your recovery time.
In the last newsletter Fran discussed how eating certain foods, in the right amounts and at specific times can help speed up the recovery time of muscle tears. The same approach can be also applied to tendon injuries.
Wouldn’t it be great if there was something you could do which would complement your physio programme, helping to speed up the process of recovery? The good news is there is, your diet.
What you eat, when and how much is an important but often overlooked part of the rehab process. Research has shown that a good nutrition programme can help the rate at which tendons and muscles repair, positively influence the inflammation process and minimise the rate of muscle mass loss during the rest and recovery period.
We all know that over the last few decades, with the invention of machinery and modern day technology our lives are easier. We have as a society become more sedentary. The average Brit sits around 9.5 hours a day, then another 7 – 8 hours sleeping, our bodies are only active for around 7.5 hours a day. How do we make sure we incorporate more exercise in to our lives? Here are some guidelines to assist you:
We are excited to be adding to our class timetable and places are open for the Spring Term second half, starting next monday. Check out our timetable below, we have something for everyone!