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19 days ago

Prevent Swimming Injuries And Treat Them

Posted by Steven Berkman

Swimmer’s shoulder is a common condition among swimmers due to the repetitive movements and wide range of motion involved in swimming. The shoulder joint, resembling a golf ball on a tee, is prone to irritation or damage if not functioning optimally, exacerbated by poor posture and incorrect swimming techniques. Imbalance of muscles around the shoulder Read More

3 months ago

How To Relieve Neck Pain

Posted by Steven Berkman

Do you struggle with a painful or stiff neck?
Do you want to know how to relieve neck tension?Why Do I Have A Stiff Neck When I Wake Up?

6 months ago

Micki Hammond Physiotherapist

Posted by Steven Berkman

Micki Hammond is a Chartered Physiotherapist who works in Hendon NW4. Micki loves helping people with their recovery and improve their mobility.

7 months ago

James Ng- Senior Physiotherapist

Posted by Steven Berkman

Meet James Ng who loves helping patients recover from injuries or surgeries. James loves to use hands on treatments including acupuncture to help his patients recovery quickly.
James is a Senior Physiotherapist and helps patients in Elstree WD6 and Hendon NW4 branches of BOOST PHYSIO.

7 months ago

What Is A Pinched Nerve?

Posted by Steven Berkman

What Is A Pinched Nerve?

Nerve tissue is one of the most sensitive tissue in the body. If nerves get irritated by surrounding tissues like joints, muscles or discs, this nerve can become painful causing referred pain and is often called a “trapped nerve” or a “pinched nerve”.
Nerves most commonly get irritated / pinched in the spine around the neck, and the lower back (the upper back too- but this is less common).

1 year ago

Steps To Reduce Stress And Tension

Posted by Steven Berkman

Implement these 7 steps to reduce stress and tension. This will help to improve well-being, sleep and overall health.

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