Archive for category: Physiotherapy

Ski Season Tips

How to Stay Injury Free During Ski Season     1.   ITS ALL IN THE CORE From the premier league footballers we work with, to post natal mummies, we aim to strengthen ALL of our physiotherapy patients and clients core in the same way- making it as strong as physically possible. Why? The answer is simple, having […]

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Plantar Fascitis – What Is It And How Physiotherapy Can Help!

Categories:Injuries, Physiotherapy

What Is This Heel Pain? The Plantar fascia is a thick band of soft tissue originating on the sole of the foot from the medial part of the heel, attaching at the base of the toe joints.  The Plantar Fascia supports the arch of the foot, tensioned when we weight bear on the foot during […]

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Injection Therapy and How It Can Aid Physiotherapy Treatment

Injection therapy is a treatment option commonly used in conjunction with traditional physiotherapy. To provide relief for a number of conditions, injections are administered to intra- and extra-articular tissues, joint spaces, and painful soft tissue lesions.  At Resolve Physiotherapy, our treatments involve the use of steroids or hyaluronic acid injections, the choice depends on your […]

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Reduce Staff Absence and Sick Costs with Occupational Physiotherapy

The physical and social environment of the workplace, equipment used and the demands of work duties all have an impact on staff performance and their physical and psychological wellbeing. Whether a desk-bound or manual handling role, back pain and other musculoskeletal disorders are the biggest cause of sickness absence in the workplace and account for […]

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How Physiotherapists Can Help To Treat Bell’s Palsy

Bell’s palsy is the most common cause of facial paralysis and results from a dysfunction of the cranial nerve VII, more commonly known as the facial nerve. People affected by Bell’s palsy are unable to control facial muscles on the affected side and in many cases, the eye can’t be closed. This type of paralysis […]

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How Can Physiotherapy Help Someone Suffering From Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) Pain?

The Temporomandibular Joints (TMJs), or jaw joints, are the most used joints in the body and play one of the most important roles in everyday activity. Our TMJs allow us to breathe, eat, speak and express ourselves. When the joints are damaged, known as TMJ dysfunction, it can be very difficult for sufferers to resume […]

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Backcare Awareness Week 2015

From the 7th-11th of October, it will be Backcare Awareness Week in the UK. The event is organised by BackCare, the charity for healthier backs; its aim is not only to raise awareness of the problems that can be caused by back pain, but also the prevention and treatment of back pain. Back pain is […]

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Prevent Running Injuries Before They Take Control

Running has always been a popular activity amongst people of all shapes and sizes, whether they choose to go out for a gentle jog a couple of times a week to keep fit, or if they run competitively on a regular basis.  It is something which anyone can start at any time – provided they […]

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How Physiotherapy Can Help get your summer of Golf Back on Track

Whilst it isn’t often thought of as one of the most energetic sports and is played by people of all ages throughout the world, golf requires more athletic fitness and ability than many people would think. On average, an 18 hole round of golf can include walking as far as 8km, requiring up to 12,000 […]

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How Physiotherapists Can Treat Tennis Injuries

With Wimbledon about to start, the whole nation is getting ready to go mad for tennis from the 29th June through to the 12th July. As well as arm chair enthusiasts, many people are also likely to be drawn to try the sport for the first time, or perhaps re-join a tennis club to get […]

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