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Marathon Training Tips

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Are you planning on taking part in a marathon in 2022? Perhaps you’re already signed up for the London Marathon on 2nd October? Whether you have a date in the diary or not, your training must be on course in order to tackle the monumental 26.2 miles. If you feel you’re not running enough (or perhaps too much) in your preparation, or you feel you need a steer, these simple tips may be all you need to get back on track!

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Ask The Physio - Frequently Asked Physiotherapy Questions

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Last Month, we gave you the opportunity to put your questions to our in-house physiotherapist, Alex. After going through your responses, we’ve compiled the best and most frequently asked questions and had Alex answer them!   I have had pain in my knees for several months and so far, nothing has helped. What is causing my issue? Alex: Without a full assessment, it is difficult to say what a potential cause for this pain may be. My first point of advisement would be to try and have an initial assessment from a physiotherapist. If you are lucky enough to have...

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The benefits of walking on health, body and mind

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Benefits of Walking

With the recommended guidelines advising us to be active each day and do 150 minutes of moderate exercise per week, walking is a great way to hit these targets. As well as the physical benefits of walking there are benefits that can support mental health which makes this form of exercise ideal for most individuals and great for rehabilitation following an injury.

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How To Manage Pre & Post Op Rehabilitation

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With restrictions across the UK beginning to lift, some elective or non-urgent surgeries have started to resume. However, due to the large waiting lists that have built up during the pandemic, many people will still be waiting for surgery. Here, we will be looking at pre-operation rehabilitation for those who are waiting for surgery and post-operation rehabilitation those who have been able to have surgery.

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Do I Need Insoles?

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Are you wondering how to treat aching feet and heels? Perhaps you’re suffering from aching legs, knees or lower back? Shoe inserts, insoles or orthotic insoles may be the answer.

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