It’s that time again! Marathon feaver is upon us. The clinic is quite busy with injuries related to the first time marathon runner at present. I am always interested in finding out what it is that has caused a previous … Continue reading
I thought it was quite insightful of one of the judges of strictly come dancing to compare the laborings of Ann Widdecombe to our current weather conditions. ‘Like snow, its fun in the beginning in the end you want it … Continue reading
So it seems like Pimlico physiotherapy got it wrong. There I was waxing lyrical about the great management strategy Chelsea had for John Terry, based around a good biological understanding of the mechanisms contributing to poor old John’s leg pain, … Continue reading
As a physiotherapist based in the Chelsea/Belgravia/SW1 area, I like to keep my eye on what my footballing neighbours up the street are up to. This morning I learnt that John Terry has a nerve injury that is causing him … Continue reading
As the long winter evening draw in I have decided to hibernate in the comfy confines of Calmer Clinics. Starting from November I will be increasing my hours at the clinic in Tuesdays and Fridays. I hope this will make … Continue reading
A friend recently pointed out to me that Barristers spend the majority of their time studying and preparing for court, and a relatively small period of time in court. Shouldn’t the same apply to physiotherapy? Shouldn’t I spend more time … Continue reading
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