• PhysioRoom’s Top 5 Golf Injuries

    It’s Ryder Cup Weekend! The nature of golf means repetitive stress injuries are always on the cards. We’ve seen players like Tiger Woods quite literally break down from these injuries. The unnatural movements and places of strain/pressure in golf add up to create the perfect injury storm. That’s why here at PhysioRoom, we’re going to run … Read more

    Top 5 Most Common Cycling Injuries

    It’s time to take a look at some cycling injuries! ————————————————————- The 2018 UCI Road World Championships get under way this Sunday with our very own British team aiming for glory. Simon Yates, fresh off a victory in the Vuelta a Espana will be at the forefront of the mean’s team along with his twin brother … Read more

    Best Back Supports for Sciatica

    If you’re over a certain age or if you’re an active adult, you’ve likely experienced back pain caused by sciatica. At your desk, at the gym, just picking up the post in the morning can become an ordeal, after which you hold a general area of your back where you think the pain, might be, … Read more

    The Top 5 Common Tennis Injuries

    Tennis is one of the most demanding sports that you can play, with multiple muscles and joints within your body potentially being pushed to the limits for in some cases, hours on end. Andy Murray is a prime example of the effects that tennis can have on your body. The Scotsman’s injuries have plagued him … Read more

    PhysioRoom’s Top 5 Cricket Injuries

    It’s back! Cricket’s County Championship is set to enthral us once again with its latest chapter as all 18 teams across both Divisions One and Two gear up to fight for domestic cricket’s biggest prize. It gets under way on Friday the 13th (April), an apt date given strange things tend to happen in this … Read more

    Can Poor Posture Make you More Susceptible to Injuries?

    What is Posture? Do you remember that time in school when your teacher insisted that you ‘sit up straight!’? Sure, it’s likely more of an obedience and respect thing, but it was also some great advice for your posture, did you take it? If not, these days you might find yourself with random aches and … Read more

    Next Gen ATP Finals | PhysioRoom.com Blog

    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 … Read more

    The Best way to Apply a Cold or Hot Compress

    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 … Read more

    Weight Loss Tips and Tricks To Avoid

    This is the time of year when we all want to lose weight. We may sign up to the gym, buy some trainers, get out the swimming things or simply use that Wii or Kinect we got for Christmas. Unfortunately, a lot of us will give up by the end of February before embarking on the same process next year.

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    Three Common Cycling Injuries

    As Chris Froome claimed the yellow jersey and celebrated his third Tour de France title today, we looked into three of the most common cycling injuries, including advice on how to treat them and ways in which PhysioRoom can help. ACHILLES TENDONITIS How it happens: As the strongest tendon in the human body, the Achilles’ … Read more