• Common Football Injuries Explored

    With World Cup fever at it’s height, PhysioRoom thought it was a good time to remind you of some of the most common injuries that have been, or might be sustained by the players out in Russia. Getting injured during such a vital time can be heartbreaking, just ask James Rodriguez how he felt watching … Read more

    Top 5 Triathlon Injuries

    Regardless of whether you’re a world class athlete or you’re just looking to get in to the sport, preventing and treating triathlon injuries is vitally important. A lot of triathlon injuries are over use injuries that require rest to recuperate, something one can ill afford is looking to get up to speed for competition. That’s … Read more

    The Commonwealth Games

    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 … Read more

    What are Shin Splints?

    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 … Read more

    PhysioRoom’s Self-Massage Products

    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 … Read more

    How to Avoid and Treat Blisters

    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 … Read more

    PhysioRoom’s Top 5 Fitness Items for the New Year | PhysioRoom.com

    Ah the January fitness rush. Gyms across the nation become packed from wall to wall with patrons trying to shed the post-Christmas jiggles. Every step on the treadmill, every pump of the iron is mentally ticking off each chocolate, crisp and sweet they consumed over the holidays. For those in that position, and for those … Read more

    Insoles: Benefits and Mythbusting

    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 … Read more

    5 Items to Enhance Your Yoga Experience

    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. … Read more