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Avoiding the Terrible Toos - How to prevent injuries and pain

03 October 2016

The key to avoiding non traumatic injuries is not doing too much too soon (also known as the terrible too’s!).

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Recovering from and Preventing Hamstring strains

04 August 2016

The hamstring strain is the most common injury in football. Commonly they are non-contact, you typically will see it during a sprint where a player will just pull up after feeling a sharp pain or a pop.

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Injury Prevention for Marathon Runners

20 June 2016

Running is a high risk sport for injuries with 50% of runners getting injured each year. The main reason runners get injured is when their training load exceeds their body’s capacity.

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Mastering technique: Squatting Without Back Pain

15 June 2016

Squats are a fantastic exercise to strengthen the quads, glutes, hamstrings, core and back muscles. They are one of the best ‘bang for buck’ exercises in terms of the gains you can make however there are many common mistakes that can lead to…

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Swimming into the record books

London Bridge Hospital Physiotherapist, Sam Mould has become a world record breaker!

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To exercise or not to exercise, that is the question

17 November 2014

Emma Brockwell, Senior Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist at London Bridge Hospital shares some interesting guidelines for exercising during the childbearing year…

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Coping with SPD in pregnancy

28 October 2014

Find out how the condition is diagnosed and what you can do to make coping with SPD in pregnancy that little bit easier…

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Avoid over training

23 October 2014

Earlier in 2014, we were featured on the Outdoor Fitness Magazine. See the full page advert…

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How to do pelvic floor exercises

20 October 2014

Emma Brockwell, Senior Physiotherapist with an interest in Women’s Health at London Bridge Hospital, explains how to do pelvic floor exercises the right way…

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Inspire Magazine, Autumn 2014 issue

01 October 2014

Lena Dixon, senior musculoskeletal physiotherapist and David Baker, occupational therapist expertly answered some questions for the Inspire Magazine, Autumn 2014 issue…

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Running with a buggy

23 September 2014

Emma Brockwell, senior musculoskeletal physiotherapistl, writes a blog aimed at women (mainly mums) who run, suggesting a number of advantages in doing so, from allowing more flexiblility (work around your time schedule) to being cheaper than a gym membership…

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A stressful commute while pregnant puts mother and baby at risk

11 September 2014

Mr S.Moyes, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, E. Brockwell, Senior Physiotherapist and R. Coetzee, Specialist Dietitian at London Bridge Hospital offer some expert advice on making the experience of commuting while pregnant safer and more bearable…

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London Bridge senior physiotherapist offers advice on keeping your body fighting fit

01 June 2014

TopSanté June’s issue included a Q&A article on London Bridge Hospital’s senior physiotherapist offering advice on keeping your body fighting fit…

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Does the 7 minute workout really work?

09 July 2014

In July 2014, our senior physiotherapis spoke to Grazia magazine about whether workout will make you fit…

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