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Ankle and Foot Injuries

Ah, so here we are again. It’s a World Cup year and England fans find themselves on the precipice of disaster. That’s right, England’s best player is injured heading towards a major tournament, and this 2018 edition features Harry Kane and some troublesome ankle ligaments. England are no strangers to a tournament-threatening injury in the […]

Winter Sports are very much in at the moment in the UK thanks to the Winter Olympics, and none more so than Ice Hockey. Here at PysioRoom, we have form for keeping an interest in Ice Hockey, following our link-up with the GB Ice Hockey team last year, and we’ll of course be cheering the […]

In case you didn’t know, the Winter Olympics officially get under way today(Fri 9 Feb) in the South Korean county of Pyeongchang. The games will run from the opening ceremony which takes place on the 9th right up until the 25th when one country will sit atop the medal table and crown themselves the best […]

How to Avoid Blisters Ah blisters. Picture this, it’s January, you’ve just managed to make it through Christmas without completely ballooning to unfathomable proportions, and now it’s time to hit the fitness trail again. Just as you set out on that first jog, you feel a slight rubbing of the heel. “It’ll be fine, it’s […]

When people think of insoles, they often picture something like the image above, a doctor measuring up your feet up with a tape measure just before he asks you to wear 10 inch platforms. But not so, in fact, insoles are now such a common and vital component of both sports training and everyday life […]

It’s the newfangled Next Gen ATP Finals this week, and if you’re a raging sexist who uses words like “phwoar”, then you’ll have certainly enjoyed the finals draw. But fear not tennis fans, as once the dust settles on that almighty PR gaff, the players take centre stage. And it’s the next generation of tennis […]

Today’s PhysioRoom Blog is going to take a look at wobble cushions and boards. What they are, what they do, and how they can help with injury rehabilitation and even with kids with ADHD Now of course, both wobble boards and cushions both have several benefits, many falling at  cross section between the two. But […]

The World Athletics Championships got under way on Friday, and with them comes the last chance to ever see Jamaican sprinting legend Usain Bolt and distance running great Mo Farah in action at the elite level. Both look set to retire at the end of this season, closing the curtain on an era in athletics […]

It’s the 85th minute, your team is 1-0 down when the ball is headed from your area and falls in to your path. There’s green grass ahead of you, the counter is there, this is it, your chance at glory, equalise and become a hero. But just as you get in to your stride, that […]

The MMA world is no stranger to devastating injuries. Whether it’s in the octagon on fight night or during training camp, injuries are only ever one takedown or strike away from happening. The somewhat base and brutal nature of MMA means impact injuries are inevitable, be it a leg snapped entirely in half while delivering [...]