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3 months ago

How Do Physios Help Shoulder Pain?

Posted by Steven Berkman

This article explains how physiotherapists help shoulder pain and some of the techniques we use to help shoulder problems.

“Use it or  lose it!”  In this video are 4 simple exercises that you can do at home to ensure your shoulder health is at its peak!

Having a joint that is not only flexible, but mobile and strong through its full range of movement is key to prolonged joint health. We often find that injury occurs at the end of a joints range of motion but we rarely train or load our joints at these extremes.

4 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.

4 months ago

Sports Massage at BOOST PHYSIO

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Sports Massage Therapy is now available at our East Finchley and Hendon branches by Wendy Behan.
Wendy specialises in sports massage, deep tissue massage, myofascial release, swedish massage and muscle energy techniques.  Great for sports people, runners, triathletes or simply to loosen those tight muscles or even a bit of pampering and relaxation.

1 year ago

6 Steps To Avoid Injury On The Slopes

Posted by Steven Berkman

Are you planning a trip to the slopes? Are you prepared? I am not referring to your purchase of the latest ‘look’ to cruise the slopes in style or sussing out the best Apres ski spots. I am referring to you – your body, is it prepared and ready to take on the physical demands of skiing or snowboarding to return home without a cast or crutches?

Our physiotherapists at BOOST PHYSIO want to share their snow sport advice guide.  Musculoskeletal injuries are common, in snow sports. When skiing you are at greater risk of sustaining an injury to your lower limb; most commonly knee injuries like tearing the ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) or sprains and tears to the collateral ligaments of the knee.

1 year ago

Anterior Cruciate Ligament Rehab

Posted by Steven Berkman

Anterior Cruciate Ligament Rehab, The need for strength work. One of the key components of ACL rehab is the strengthening of the muscles surrounding the knee joint. This includes the quadriceps and hamstring muscles, as well as the muscles of the hip, calf and core. Strengthening these muscles can help to provide support to the knee joint and improve overall stability.

3 years ago

Mountain Bike Injuries- Overuse Injury Prevention

Posted by Steven Berkman

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