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Musculoskeletal Health

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
If you’re suffering with shoulder pain, it can be difficult to know what you should do about it. Some shoulder pain improves with simple rest. Other types of pain require treatment or physiotherapy in order to improve while some pain is a sign that you will benefit from shoulder surgery. read more about Things to consider before opting for shoulder surgery
Strawberries and cream for breakfast, Pimms and lemonade for refreshment and a buzz of anticipation and excitement in the air. It can only mean one thing — Wimbledon is about to begin. The oldest tennis tournament in the world, and one of the most celebrated, it continues to attract thousands of spectators and TV viewers across the globe. read more about Grand slam: common injuries on the road to Wimbledon glory
Painful sports injuries or pain caused by soft tissue or bone problems can be debilitating, difficult to manage and cause a great deal of stress and upset. read more about Managing pain with shockwave therapy
If you’ve returned from a skiing holiday with an injury that’s causing you discomfort, you’re probably considering what you should do next. read more about Injured on my ski holiday: what are my next steps?
Marathon or half marathon distance running can be invigorating and rewarding. But it can also be mentally and physically challenging. read more about Long distance running training: how to avoid injury
Surgery can be incredibly daunting for anyone — especially if it’s your very first experience of being in hospital. read more about Patient stories: my ACL surgery