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  • Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Injury Questions - Answered

    Anterior cruciate ligament injuries can often be life changing, both in terms of work/personal life but also within sport and exercises. We cover a range of commonly asked questions including recovery times, treatment options and if surgery is for everyone.
  • How to stop lower back pain when running?

    With the outbreak of the Coronavirus keeping us all at home and away from the gym, there has been an increase in the uptake in road running. With people fighting the effects of the quarantine snacks! With this, there has also been an increase in lower back pain when running. So to help with this, we've come up with a plan that you can do at home to reduce, to help manage any back pain and help you to carry on running!
  • Body Image Issues, Insecurities and Why I Compare Myself to Myself

    Not my usual style of blog posts but after walking my crazy dog in this sunny lockdown weather and listening to a podcast about body image, I had a few ideas on things to write about. So here we go.

    So, I’m not really one to talk about myself.. It’s just not my style. Not a great trait when it comes to job interviews, but you can’t win them all!

  • 3 Products to help with your hip pain

    The worst thing about hip pain is that it can stop you doing simple daily tasks, that you would otherwise find easy to do; such as getting off the sofa, crouching down to play with your children or even getting out of bed in the morning. But with the right guidance, it can often disappear as quickly as it turned up!

    To help with this, we've found 3 great products that can not only help to reduce your pain, but also speed up your recovery.

  • 3 Stretches to relieve your hip pain

    Hip pain often stop you living your life how you would like to. Simple tasks like walking to the bathroom or getting up off the sofa to put the kettle on can be extremely painful. It can also lead to further issues/conditions such as Sciatica and Lower Back Pain.

    We've listed three stretches below that will help loosen your hips and relieve pain to make those little tasks a little easier.

  • Generic Injuries and Rehabilitation Q&A

    At OnlinePhysio.app we get literally hundreds of messages each week asking about various injuries, conditions and what best to do in terms of training. So we have decided to upload a weekly Q&A video answering the most common or helpful questions.
  • What Causes Sciatica? What Can I Do To Treat Sciatica?

    Sciatica is the term often given to nerve pain travelling down the leg. Symptoms can include weakness, numbness, pins and needles, electric shock sensations, and aching. The pain can vary from infrequent and irritating, to constant and incapacitating.
  • 3 Useful Products for Anyone Suffering From Sciatica

    The worst thing about sciatica is that it can stop you doing simple daily tasks, that you would otherwise find easy to do. But with the right guidance, it can often disappear as quickly as it turned up!

    To help with this, we've found 3 great products that can not only help to reduce your pain, but also speed up your recovery.

  • 3 Exercises to Help With Sciatica

    Sciatica can be horrendous, as you may know. It can stop us doing the most simple of tasks and stop us in our tracks in milliseconds! Nobody wants sciatica to stay around, and we definitely want is to disappear as fast as possible when it does turn up!!
  • 3 Exercises to Improve Your Ankle Stability After a Sprain

    The most common issue that people who have suffered an ankle sprain face is that their risk of reinjury is extremely high. This is dramatically reduced if they go through a strong rehabilitation programme - up to 300%

    We've come up with 3 exercises that you can do at home, to improve your ankle stability after a sprain, and reduce the likelihood of you suffering another one.

  • 3 Exercises To Help Your Shoulder Impingement

    A shoulder impingement is one of the most common injuries that present in physiotherapy clinics. The shoulder is capable of a variety of different articulations and because of this, it is a very complex joint.

    We've put together 3 key exercises to help you ease the pain and increase your range of movement.