This blog post discusses fibromyalgia symptoms and treatment, as well as its diagnosis and potential causes. Fibromyalgia can significantly impact on a person’s life. There is a lot of unknowns about fibromyalgia and the research into understanding it is ongoing all the time. This blog outlines the most common questions someone with fibromyalgia may have… Continue reading Fibromyalgia symptoms and treatment
Tag: Physiotherapy advice
Our blog posts provide the latest physiotherapy advice based on scientifically proven treatments. We constantly review the most up-to-date research to provide the best service possible. The Next Level Physiotherapy blog aims to share expertise on topics relevant to our patients. We answer frequently asked questions and provide insight into common conditions.
For specific physiotherapy advice on joint pains, see our selection of blogs on knee pain, shoulder pain and tennis elbow. For more general lifestyle advice posts see our blog on The Secret to Increasing your Running Distance. Advice on improving physical and mental health while working from home can also be found on the blog.
If symptoms don’t improve after following our advice, please make sure to book an appointment with us.
Frozen Shoulder: Symptoms and Physiotherapy Treatment
Frozen shoulder, or its medical name adhesive capsulitis, is a common condition that occurs in the general population. It happens when the connective tissue (ligaments, tendons, and muscles) in the shoulder joint gradually become stiffer over time. It is more common in women than men, and in the age group 40-70 years. Frozen shoulder can… Continue reading Frozen Shoulder: Symptoms and Physiotherapy Treatment
Best exercises for plantar fasciitis
Plantar fasciitis can be a stubborn and painful injury to resolve. It can significantly impact on your hobbies and day-to-day activities. However, with the right advice and exercises for plantar fasciitis you can prevent it from happening or significantly reduce your pain. In the first instance, a tailored treatment plan is best so book in… Continue reading Best exercises for plantar fasciitis
Top three Physiotherapy exercises for a rotator cuff injury
The rotator cuff is a very versatile joint and is made up of 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
How physiotherapy helps stroke patients
A stroke can be debilitating, frightening, and can take away your independence. Getting the right physiotherapy advice and exercises as soon as possible following stroke is essential. The good news is that improvements can occur significantly and quickly with the majority of the improvements seen in the first 6 months after a stroke. With further… Continue reading How physiotherapy helps stroke patients