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5 Tips for Recovering from a Sports Injury

5 Tips for Recovering from a Sports Injury

Suffering from a sports injury can be a real struggle for many people. Whether you are a professional athlete or just a sporty individual; they can be severely damaging to your body and often leave you feeling down and defeated. But if you are enthusiastic about...

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How Physiotherapy Can Help Rheumatoid Arthritis

How Physiotherapy Can Help Rheumatoid Arthritis

Although the cause of Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) is unknown, what we do understand is that the inflammation is brought on by the failure of the immune system to recognise the soft tissue and consequently tries to destroy it. This chronic disease is characterised by an...

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5 ways to protect your knees

5 ways to protect your knees

Your knees are the most complex and at risk joints in your body. Their role is extremely important, as they hold your bodyweight, and are under constant pressure while walking, running and standing. The older we get the harder it becomes to protect our knees...

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Physiotherapy Management for Cystic Fibrosis

Physiotherapy Management for Cystic Fibrosis

The aim of physiotherapy is to remove excess mucous secretions so to improve ventilation. A patient suffering from cystic fibrosis will require intensive chest physiotherapy including the following: Chest percussions – Otherwise known as chest clapping, chest...

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Exercises to help strengthen your feet and ankles

Exercises to help strengthen your feet and ankles

The following exercises from the bowler’s programme are designed to help strengthen your feet and ankles, even if you do not have any injuries. These are good for preventing injury and strengthening the lower half of the body. Always remember to contact a...

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How to avoid injuring yourself in the New Year

How to avoid injuring yourself in the New Year

We’ve officially entered the new year, and with it comes the time for New Year’s Resolutions. Often, people tend to want to try new things, experiment and get out of their comfort zone. When it comes to exercise and getting back into shape after the Christmas...

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Anti-inflammatories and physiotherapy

Anti-inflammatories and physiotherapy

After sustaining a musculoskeletal injury, anti-inflammatories are often prescribed. The likes of Ibuprofen, Nuromol, Ibuleve Gel, Naproxen, Voltarol will be just a few of the anti-inflammatory drugs, otherwise known as NSAIDS (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs)....

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Lower back exercises for back pain

Lower back exercises for back pain

Lower back pain isn’t something that will go away on its own. There are, however, a series of exercise routines you can do to reduce the pain, including soreness, tension, and stiffness. The following exercises are designed to help stretch, strengthen and mobilise the...

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Post-operative physiotherapy

Post-operative physiotherapy

The main aim of post-operative physiotherapy is to assist the individual’s return to normal activities following their surgery. After surgery, patients will be seen by a physiotherapist to establish their rehabilitation goals. Routine post-operative physiotherapy...

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Simple yet effective exercises to eliminate neck pain

Simple yet effective exercises to eliminate neck pain

If an individual is experiencing neck pain, not only is it important to treat the site of the pain but to also identify and address the underlying cause. Most of the time, neck pain is caused from hips that are misaligned hips, spine, and shoulders. The result is the...

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Physiotherapy for leg weakness during pregnancy

Physiotherapy for leg weakness during pregnancy

It is possible that women may suffer from leg weakness during their lives, however, it often plagues women during pregnancy. Leg weakness is often a result of both the additional weight of the foetus and pressure of the uterus on the nerves in the back. Individuals...

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The Role of an Occupational Physiotherapist

The Role of an Occupational Physiotherapist

There are many misconceptions about the relationship between Occupational Therapy (OT) and Physiotherapy (PT). It is commonly thought that the two are synonymous, however, there are significant differences between the professions. Occupational therapy focuses on a...

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Common Football Injuries and How to Treat Them

Common Football Injuries and How to Treat Them

As football combines speed, agility, power and strength, therefore requiring fast movements and changes in direction in addition to avoiding contact with other players in a fast-paced environment, and because of this, the risk of injury is fairly high. Below, Achieve...

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What Does a Physiotherapist Do?

What Does a Physiotherapist Do?

Physiotherapists will utilise their knowledge and skills to assess the needs of an individual patient and improve a broad range of physical problems associated with various systems of the body. The systems that can be treated are neuromuscular (brains and nervous...

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How Physiotherapy Can Help You During Pregnancy

How Physiotherapy Can Help You During Pregnancy

Physiotherapy is known as an aid of treating clients suffering from instability, muscle weakness, pain, reduced mobility and stiffness as a result of an injury or chronic illness such as arthritis. The female body will endure vast changes during pregnancy and have a...

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How to rid yourself of back pain

How to rid yourself of back pain

Achieve Physiotherapy employs a highly skilled team of professional physiotherapists who have experience in elite performance, professional football and other sports injury. An area of physiotherapy that is constantly on the rise is treating a patient with back pain....

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10 frequently asked questions about physiotherapy

10 frequently asked questions about physiotherapy

Ever wondered what physiotherapy actually involves? Is it the same as having a massage? How long does the average session last and how should I dress? We’ve put together these answers to the questions that we often asked… What exactly is physiotherapy? Physiotherapy...

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Chronic lower back pain: A case study

Chronic lower back pain: A case study

A Case Study by Achieve Physiotherapy In this post, we outline a case study of a patient who visited our Physiotherapy clinic in Birmingham in relation to lower back pain…   Low back pain, 16 month history Patient X visited the Achieve Physiotherapy Birmingham...

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Achieve Physiotherapy Birmingham

Achieve Physiotherapy Birmingham

Achieve Physiotherapy is based in Edgbaston, just outside of Birmingham, and we want to help you conquer injuries, overcome pain and Achieve health and well-being. With a background in professional sports and elite performance, Achieve Physiotherapy are making Premier...

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