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Sports Injuries

The Commonwealth Games got under way on Wednesday, and while the 71 nations come together to joyously celebrate Britain’s colonial past, we thought it would be a good time to remind you of some common track and field, cycling and general injuries. It was the beloved Prince Charles who kicked off the pomp and ceremony […]

In today's PhysioRoom Blog, we're going to look at some exercises you can use to improve or rebuild your proprioception after injury, or even to help prevent it in the first place. What is Proprioception? Proprioception allows humans to control their limbs without having to look directly at them, it's that overall sense of body [...]
In today’s PhysioRoom blog we’re going to dig deeper in to ligaments. Not literally, of course, as that would be rather painful, but we are going to take a more in depth look at the process in which ligaments are injured and how exactly they repair. If the bones are the bricks, the building blocks [...]

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 […]

If you’ve ever experienced shoulder pain in the rotator cuff, you’ll know that it can be one of the most frustrating areas on the body to injure. That nagging dull pain that can limit just about everything you do in normal life. Simple things such as picking things up and moving them can become an […]

Shin Splints is a condition that affects millions of people around the world, however unnervingly many people, and in some cases even the sufferers themselves, are unaware of what shin splints is. It is important for those who are hampered with Shin Splints to understand the condition, so that they can then build towards reducing […]

We welcome Michael O’Doherty of Chiropractic Moves to give us some wise words on how to return to sport after a serious knee injury…   So you’ve had a bad knee injury and you’ve been through the surgery and done some rehab, but how do we decide when it is time to go back to sport? It’s […]

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Today’s PhysioRoom blog is going to take a look at Carpal Tunnel syndrome, one of the most common injuries there is. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome stands out as a scourge to all people, it doesn’t discriminate based on fitness or activity level, it can affect everyone in a similar way. In fact, if […]

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 […]