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4 years ago

Consultant Q&A with Sports Physician Dr Cath Spencer-Smith

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We put questions from 4 of our BOOST PHYSIO patients to Sports Physician Dr Cath Spencer-Smith.  Dr Spencer-Smith specialises in Sports and Exercise medicine and she has treated a range of sports people from Olympias and Paraolympians to the occasional exerciser.  You can view her website here.She sees patients privately at the Wellington Hospital and Read More

7 years ago

Cryocuff cold compression therapy

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The Cryocuff is a fantastic bit of physiotherapy equipment we’ve invested in at BOOST PHYSIO. Cryocuff is a cold-compression therapy system that is ideal for treating knee, ankle and foot swelling and pain. We tend to use it most often post-operatively. For example following total knee replacement, ACL reconstruction surgery, key hole surgery to the Read More

7 years ago

Freestyle Footballer, Ethan Altman, following his injury treatment

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Freestyle Footballer, Ethan Altman, produced this thank you video to BOOST PHYSIO for helping him recover from his injury. Look at him in action on this video clip- he is amazing!

7 years ago

David Beckham's Achilles injury - 6months at least

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Everyone is asking me “how long will David Beckham be out for”- a long time I keep telling them!  It sounds like he has a ruptured achilles tendon, this is very easy to diagnose with 1 very simple test (the need for MRI’s and advanced scans etc is a nice bonus, but mainly useful if you Read More

7 years ago

Judo is a dangerous sport - or is it just the pursuit of excellence that's dangerous?!

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My experience of injury screening 2 Great Britain Judo players.