August is upon us and it seems as though everyone is holidaying. This can be a vulnerable time for those of you with bad backs so follow our simple hints and tips to ensure a happy, healthy holiday!

On a flight:

* Don't sit for too long. Getting stuck in one position for...

We are currently seeing a lot of folk coming into the clinic telling us that they're decorating their homes. There are a number of factors which are important here and so we wanted to share some hints and tips with you for looking after yourself while you're sanding an...

Summer is definitely here and those of us who enjoy getting out gardening have been working hard for months. Whether you are a flower fancier or a vegetable lover, we dig, we bend, we lift, we twist...

Actually, much of what we do gardening can be quite a good work out....

Achilles tendinopathy historically was called Achilles tendinitis, but we now know more about the condition which can be acute (reactive) or chronic (degenerative) or somewhere in between. There is little or no inflammation that occurs within the tendon as previously t...

Patellar tendinopathy historically was called Patellar tendinitis, but we now know more about the condition which is degenerative, caused most probably by poor biomechanics and therefore repetitive over-loading.

The Patellar tendon is a strong structure and is found und...

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