You can answer the question “Do I have diastasis recti?” pretty easily yourself. It is classified as a gap of roughly 2.7 cm WIDE (just over an inch) or greater between your abdominal muscles, which roughly equates to two fingertips. … Continue reading
Over the last few weeks we have been presented with back pain patients suffering from a condition called diastasis recti. Diastasis means separation. Recti refers to the abdominal muscles. So this condition quite literally means abdominal muscle separation. In recent times … Continue reading
Firstly, let me give you my definition of a sports massage. It’s for people who may or may not do sports but may have demanding lives that involve a great deal of repetition or sedentary roles that still put demand … Continue reading
Dear bad back sufferers. Its time to embrace the power of water for both your spine and the rest of you too.
In a world of instant fuels such as cola, teas and coffees it very easy to overlook the most natural and important fluid that our body cannot perform properly without. Water is vital for life. Too little water in … Continue reading
5 things to know about dancers hip/ snapping hip/ popping hip! Recently a patient booked in with what they described as a persistent pop in their hip. They were thinking the worst having Googled hips defects, age related hip issues and congenital hip defects. So having assessed and been happy … Continue reading
The benefits of being mobile physios and therapists. For the patients it the knowledge that we bring the clinic to them- and with it the expertise to resolve their symptoms. The fact that we are mobile also means the patient will … Continue reading
We created the ‘Back In The Office’ program to work towards long-term healthy necks, backs and shoulders in the workplace. An estimated 5.6 million working days in the UK are lost each year due to back pain, a statistic that is second … Continue reading