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Good pain versus bad pain

Jul 25th 2018

And how to tell the difference! by Stephen Garvey for Cycling Weekly 23rd July 2018 There’s a line between suffering for long-term gains and pain which can signal you’re at…

Postpartum Posture

Jul 20th 2018

3 things to note about postpartum posture by Women’s Health Physiotherapist Clare Bourne The ‘P’ word – the one all physios love- POSTURE! It is never more relevant than during…

I’m so dizzy, my head is spinning

Jul 9th 2018

by Jeremy Parker. Consultant Physiotherapist and Dizzy Specialist Fitzrovia Clinic 09 Jul 2018 Dizziness is one of the most common reasons for people presenting to Accident and Emergency departments, and…

It’s been a pleasure

Jul 2nd 2018

"I just wanted to say a final thank you to all the amazing people at Six Physio. It has been such a pleasure and honour to work with an incredible…

Men have Pelvic Floors too

Jun 18th 2018

#WorldContinenceWeek - Men have pelvic floor muscles too! by Jenny Constable How to work them and what can happen if they are not at their best. In an ideal world pelvic floor…

Summer is back…

Jun 5th 2018

Summer is back...and so are sore feet! by Ailish Toomey & Amy Harding As the weather gets warmer again, both men and women will change to lighter, less supportive shoes. Whilst…

Five common myths about Cycling injuries

Jun 4th 2018

Five common myths about Cycling injuries and why they might be wrong by Mark Golton, for Cycling Weekly 4th June 2018 We asked the experts for the most common pitfalls…

How To Reduce The Risk Of Tearing During Labour

May 31st 2018

 Jenny Constable writes for MyBaba: One aspect of my job is to inform women about looking after themselves during pregnancy, labour and the recovery stages afterwards. I love being able…

Prehab: the secret to staying injury free

May 14th 2018

Prehab: the secret to staying injury free by Carla Lodewijks for Cycling Weekly 14th May 2018 Investing some time into prehab exercise could help you stay injury-free and perform better…

Numbness in Cycling

May 14th 2018

A common complaint from cyclists after a long cycle is numbness in the hands and/or the feet. Numbness or paraesthesia in layman’s terms is known as ‘tingling or ‘pins and…

Sticking to Your Rehab is never easy…

May 2nd 2018

Sticking to Your Rehab is never easy... you need to get your head round it! Sticking to a physiotherapy home-plan can be very hard. Some people are great at doing…

If it hadn’t been for you…

Apr 23rd 2018

When a patient achieves their goal, we've achieved our goal too And the icing on the cake... receiving thank you emails. Congratulations to all those who completed @London Marathon in…

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