Category : In Touch Physiotherapy

Sports injuries – The Need for Rehabilitation

Sports injuries – The Need for Rehabilitation
Posted by Helen Potter on 26 September 2017 | Filed under In Touch Physiotherapy, Pain, Physiotherapy, Uncategorized
(adapted from Phil Glasgow, Northern Ireland, by Helen Potter FACP 26 Sept 2017) Sports injuries are commonplace and present unique challenges in terms of their aetiology, population and

What a Physiotherapist does (Video)

What a Physiotherapist does (Video)
What Physiotherapists do for your health While we know that physiotherapy is much more than simply massaging sore muscles, many people do not. That’s why we developed this narrative

Exercise can improve bone health

Exercise can improve bone health
Posted by Helen Potter on 08 September 2017 | Filed under Arthritis Care and Groups, Falls Advice, In Touch Physiotherapy
How the right exercise can strengthen bones. As children, we drink milk for calcium so that we build strong, healthy bones. Yet with age, maintaining bone strength becomes more

Keen runner? Learn about foot pronation

Keen runner? Learn about foot pronation
Posted by Helen Potter on 07 September 2017 | Filed under Foot Pain, In Touch Physiotherapy, Knee pain - Children, Pain, Physiotherapy
Running is a high impact activity, so choosing the right shoe is crucial in helping protect you from heel pain, shin splints and blisters, among other more serious joint issues. So h

Four Tips – Making Positive Changes

Four Tips – Making Positive Changes
Posted by Helen Potter on 05 September 2017 | Filed under In Touch Physiotherapy
Making Positive Change Here's a resource for those of you who are making behavioural changes (e.g. new fitness plan, healthy eating plan, changing sleep routine).
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