• Best Wrist Supports for Wrist Pain

    Wrist Pain can be one of the most annoying forms of pain to have. We do everything with our hands, and the hand bones are connected to the…wrist bones. So having mild or chronic pain of the wrist can seriously affect your ability to go about everyday life. Even something as simple of picking up … Read more

    What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

    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 … Read more

    Top 5 Most Common Winter Sports Injuries

    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 … Read more

    PhysioRoom.com Tennis Injury Blog

    The tennis season got back in to full swing with the opening stages of the first grand slam of the season in Melbourne this week, so we at PhysioRoom.com thought we'd give you a rundown of some common tennis injuries The Australian Open got under way this week, and with its commencement, it signalled the ... Read more

    We Interview British Paralympic Table Tennis Champion Paul Karabardak

    As London 2012 approaches, British Paralympic Table Tennis player Paul Karabardak speaks with PhysioRoom.com about his long term wrist injury.

    Having already been to Beijing in 2008, Paul Karabardak is no stranger to the physical and mental demands of the GBParalympics. The Class 7 player has recently qualified for the upcoming games and is currently training at the English Institute of Sport in Sheffield. PhysioRoom.com catches up with the 26-year-old to discuss how heֳ getting on.

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    5-a-Side Football Injuries and Treatments

    The boys here at PhysioRoom.com have a զriendlyՠgame of football each Tuesday evening. We have divided ourselves into two teams of five and play a series of matches, where the first team to win seven games secures bragging rights and a meal and drinks at the expense of the losing opponents. We did originally play the first to five matches, but it was decided this was making the mini tournaments too short, as each team took turn to dominate in a series.

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