The rotator cuff is a very versatile joint and is made of up four different muscles. These muscles are the infraspinatus, supraspinatus, teres minor, and subscapularis. They originate from the shoulder blade on your back and wrap around to the top of the shoulder. The shoulder joint is very shallow. Strong and stable rotator cuff… Continue reading Top three Physiotherapy exercises for a rotator cuff injury
Getting the correct diagnosis is key for anyone with pain in the groin region. Groin injuries can be complex and are generally multifactorial. A groin strain is a strain to one of the three adductor muscles (brevis, longus and magnus) that cover the area from your pubic bone to just above the knee joint on… Continue reading Advice and exercises for groin strain
Knee pain can be common at any stage of your life whether you are active and healthy or live a more sedentary lifestyle. If you experience knee pain, the best course of action is to first book an online assessment with a Chartered Physiotherapist. Physiotherapy advice, exercises and therapy can quickly resolve your knee pain… Continue reading How to get knee pain relief
Physiotherapy advice for hamstring injuries, the best rehabilitation exercises and how to prevent hamstring injuries from reoccurring in the future. Guided videos to do hamstring injury exercises at home.
Increasing your running distance should be gradual and combined with a comprehensive programme. Read our blog for advice on how to improve your running safely and without injury.