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Back and Neck Care

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, […]

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 […]

So you’ve got aching muscles. And by having them, you’ve joined, unfortunately, a not very exclusive club. DOMS, or Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness, can strike any athlete of any level. So if you’ve just got back to exercise and in the following 72 hours or so can barely sit on the toilet seat without letting […]

What is Kinesiology Tape? Kinesiology tape was developed by Japanese chiropractor and acupuncturist Dr. Kenzo Kase in 1979. Motivated by the fact that standard taping and strapping methods often seemed to hinder rather than help the healing process, Kase wanted to improve circulation within an injured muscle by creating a tape which mimicked the effects […]

Five Items to Enhance your Yoga Experience One of the best selling-points for doing Yoga is that you don’t need an awful lot of equipment to do it. But another aspect of yoga is its dynamism, the way even slight adjustments to a tricky pose or position can change what muscles it effects and how. […]

Ah the foam roller. How has something which is so little understood, is pretty uncomfortable to use and looks like a misplaced pool toy come to be the staple of any athlete’s rehab and recovery kit? Well simply, foam rollers work. You may have seen them in your gym and either not known what they […]

Today’s PhysioRoom Blog is going to take a look at wobble cushions. What they are, what they do, and how they can help in schools and with kids with ADHD In recent years there has been significant research in to the idea of ‘active sitting’. As the world continues to advance technologically, for some, sitting […]

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’ […]

Recovery˔ime Keep tabs on your club’s sidelined starsˡnd follow their expected period of rehabilitation. Match up the general recovery time from their injuries to their estimated return date with our Premier League Injury Table. Our guide to three injured players according to our infographic: Vincent Kompany, calf Having suffered another calf injury against Dynamo Kiev, […]

The biggest story ahead of this year Masters Tournament centres around the non-involvement of one of golfֳ biggest names; but what exactly is keeping the four-time winner from competing for the second time in three years? Tiger Woods’ last tournament appearance was at the Wyndham Championship in August last year. He hosted, but did not […]