Sometimes or most of the times I suggest swimming as part of your rehabilitation program to help you further reduce pain, increase physical activity and reduce disability, and most importantly improve mental health by alleviating symptoms of depression. Therefor to improve your overall well-being and quality of life.    Why swimming?  This is not on personal preferences but actually based on research which shows that swimming is one […]

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Hip Osteoarthritis

The popularity of all endurance sports including running for health gains has been increased a lot the last years. However, athletes may acquire several types of injuries including hip osteoarthritis. The hip joint is a ball-and-socket joint, formed by the head of the femur and the acetabulum. It is supported by a number of ligaments

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Running Injuries

Participating in endurance sports can be hard and intense as these sports can take their toll on your joints and cartilage. In physiological joints, the ends of your bones are covered by a layer of resilient elastic tissue, called cartilage. Cartilage acts as shock absorber, spreading the load evenly across your joints and allows your

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Low Back Pain

One of the most common reasons patients get referred to me for physiotherapy is low back pain… perhaps unsurprising given that the condition affects over 80 per cent of the population at least once in their lives and is one of the top five reasons why patients visit their doctor. The reason why it’s so

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