Knees, knees, knees!

Could you have a torn meniscus? What is a torn meniscus? Your menisci are two crescent shaped pads of shock-absorbing cartilage in your knee joint, which sit on the top of your shin bone.  One sits towards the inside edge […]

Knee Osteoarthritis

What is osteoarthritis (OA) of the knee? This is the term for degenerative changes that happen to the cartilage within your knee joint.  The cartilage can become frayed, rough, and bony growths can develop.  Whilst this may sound alarming, these […]

Knee Pain

Knee pain is a common reason why you might want to see a physiotherapist.  And if you’re experiencing knee pain, you’ve probably noticed difficulties in your daily activities, such as walking, running, going up and down stairs, or even getting […]

Exercise During Pregnancy

We have been receiving an increased number of enquiries about exercise during pregnancy, which has spurred the launch of our pre-natal pilates classes (which start Thursday 5th March, 7:30pm). Alongside starting the classes, we also wanted to try and provide […]

Sticking to Goals

We’re (finally) coming to the end of January, the month that always seems to go on forever!  Just a month ago we were all celebrating the start of the new decade, and thinking about goals and aspirations we wanted to […]

Benefits of Pilates

As 2019 draws to an end, it can be a good time to reflect on how the year has gone, but also to look forward to the New Year and think about what you’d like to achieve in 2020.  Creating […]


What is scoliosis? Scoliosis is a sideways curvature of the spine. There are 4 main types of scoliosis: Idiopathic Degenerative Congenital Neurological The signs of scoliosis include: A visibly curved spine Leaning to one side Uneven shoulders One shoulder or […]

Do you get heel pain when running?

I often see running injuries in my physio clinic. One of the most common complaints is heel pain when running. I also see a lot of clients suffering with this condition who don’t run. Running isn’t the only reason why […]