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Musculoskeletal Health

Hip pain may be less common in golfers than back, elbow and knee injuries but studies suggest it is one of the top ten problems affecting players and when it strikes, it can seriously impact both your game and quality of life. read more about Out of the rough: preventing hip pain on the golf course
Bunions are bony lumps that form at the base of the big toe on the inside side of the foot. They can be painful and make wearing certain footwear uncomfortable and sometimes, impossible. read more about Bunion surgery: Recover in time for strappy sandal season
Many people take extreme pleasure from gardening. Pottering around the garden, making it look beautiful so that you can enjoy the fruits of your labour and relax surrounded by nature may be one of your favourite pastimes. But regular weeding, digging, planting, hedge trimming and mowing can cause lower back pain. This pain can become so severe that it prevents you from getting out into the garden and doing what you love. read more about Reducing back pain caused by gardening: 11 tips from the physios
A shoulder replacement can be a life-changing operation and in 2019 there were over 7000 carried out in the UK alone. It can significantly improve your quality of life and can help with persistent shoulder pain that can stop you doing the things you love. read more about 6 top tips to help recovery after your shoulder replacement
The idea of major knee surgery can put golfers off seeking help for knee pain but using the latest surgical techniques, Professor David Barrett, Consultant Orthopaedic Knee Surgeon at King Edward VII’s Hospital, says players can be back on form in a matter of weeks read more about When pain stops play: common knee injuries in golfers
In this article, we speak to King Edward VII’s Hospital consultant, Professor David Barrett, about getting back into your favourite sport after lockdown and how to avoid potential injuries. read more about Avoiding tennis injuries
Arthritis is a medical condition that affects the joints, causing pain and inflammation. It’s a common condition, impacting more than 10 million people in the UK. read more about Arthritis and exercise
Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis in the UK. It’s a chronic, debilitating condition that affects over 9 million people. read more about Osteoarthritis in young people: it doesn’t just affect the elderly
Are you currently working from home, in line with recent government guidance? You may be feeling anxious and restless, particularly if you’re not used to working remotely. As we don’t currently know how long we will need to work from home for, it’s vital that you set up a comfortable workspace for yourself. read more about 5 top tips to stay healthy when working from home
As we get into the thick of the winter season, more people head for the powder and hit the slopes. Along with adrenaline and après ski, something else that is quite common on skiing holidays is injury - which may be a result of the aforementioned! read more about Treating the most common skiing injury: a torn rotator cuff