• Avoid Pain and Injury | 3 Key Tips for Runners

    Up to 80% of runners get injured every year so it is likely that you have had a niggle or injury recently right? So, as well as the team here at Physiosteps being here to help you with your injuries, we are here to help [...]

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    My Scans Show Degeneration - What does it mean?

    Imaging, such as x-ray and MRI can be useful, but it can also be of no use and potentially harmful at times. Whether it be for the neck, back, knee, hip or some other part of the body, scans often do show up some [...]

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    How to get the most out of physio

    You can make a big difference in the time it can take to rehab an injury. Having the right attitude and the right physio can make a huge difference. In this blog post, we cover the important aspects of a speedy [...]

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    Field Hockey is one of the world’s most exciting sports and is played by millions of people across the globe. It is fast-paced and requires a lot of skill no matter what level you watch or play. One of the most [...]

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    Why your tendon isn't improving | Tendinitis/Tendinopathy

    Tendon pain such as Achilles Tendinopathy, Tennis Elbow, and Rotator Cuff Tendinopathy often get a bad rap with poor improvements and outcomes. Luckily, we have done the research for you and have the answer to why [...]

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    Passive vs Active Rehab: Like Chalk and Cheese

      Active rehabilitation ensures that your injury heals strong, with less risk of reinjury and a faster recovery time. Today's article is a brief explanation of how active rehab and mechanotherapy are the [...]

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    Ankle Braces - What is best and do they work?

    Ankle sprains are one of the most common injuries in sport and they also have a really high re-injury rate. Today we decided to show you the research around one of the best ways to prevent ankle sprain re-injury and [...]

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    We are thrilled to have our Senior physio, Rykie, writing this weeks blog post on helping build up for events gradually to ensure a conditioned body and fewer injuries! Happy New Year to all! The year is already [...]

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    Sciatica - Why you shouldn't put up with it

    Sciatica is a very common complaint but few people actually know what causes it, and what can be done to help it - even in those that have it. Today's post is to help clear that up. What is Sciatica The answer [...]

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    Back Pain: Myths and Misconceptions

    With back pain being so common, we all get all sorts of advice and ideas from friends, family and Dr google - but how do you know what really helps? Here at PhysioSteps we wanted to help you make good, informed choices, [...]

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