• Top 10 Running Injuries and How to Treat Them: Part 2

    The second part of our guide to – in no particular order – the top 10 running injuries, including advice on how to recover and product suggestions to aid your rehabilitation. Part One is here. SPRAINED ANKLE Refers to soft tissue damage around the ankle, usually caused by an inversion injury, where the ankle is … Read more

    Top 10 Running Injuries and How to Treat Them: Part 1

    The first part of our guide to – in no particular order – the top 10 running injuries, including advice on how to recover and product suggestions to aid your rehabilitation. Part Two is here. PLANTAR FASCIITIS Refers to inflammation of the plantar fascia, a fibrous sheath which runs along most of the length of … Read more

    Infographic: Common Sports-Related Injuries and Recovery Time

    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, … Read more

    Five Everyday Injuries and How to Overcome Them

    As part of mediֳ 20% off sale on PhysioRoom.com, we looked at five common injuries which can be sustained during everyday activities, with advice on how to recover from them and products which can help your rehabilitation process. Sprained Ankle Even if youֶe never experienced any of the other injuries in this article, itֳ likely … Read more

    Three running must-haves for your feet

    Whether youֲe taking part in a marathon or joining your local running group, caring for your feet while youֲe on the move is essential. Sealed tightly in a pair of specialised shoes while supporting your body weight with each step, your feet go through a lot while youֲe running and you canִ afford any sort … Read more

    From Murray Mound to Tennis Elbow…PhysioRoom does Wimbledon

    Itֳ’s that time of year again. Hundreds and thousands of normally reserved and laid-back Brits (and a few other nationalities too) will descend upon SW19 in London, turn into a raging horde of tennis aficionados, clamber up Murray Mound and proceed to wail and cheer for two whole weeks of unadulterated tennis frivolity. Thatֳ’s right … Read more

    Who’s Using What

    If anyone knows the value of a good healing aid it’s a professional sports player. Almost every week an athlete is spotted sporting something we at PhysioRoom.com are proud to stock.

    Here’s are just a few well known faces we’ve seen…

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