Why following your prescribed exercises will help you.

Patients often say to me “I haven’t done your exercises, but I have done some exercise”.  Whilst some exercise is good, often following a prescribed exercise programme will accelerate recovery.   This is because each exercise serves a specific rehabilitative function. 

Here we look at the 5 main types of exercises prescribed and their specific uses.

Posted on September 15, 2016 .

Debunking the myths of Repetitive Stain Injuries

RSI is caused by the overuse of muscles and tendons in the upper body through repetitive activities, or doing a high-intensity activity for a long time without rest, poor posture, or activities that require you to work in an awkward position.  Here we discuss how to reduce the causes, and how to treat the condition.

Is it Frozen Shoulder?

One of the most common questions I’m asked is “Is it frozen shoulder?”.  It is often a difficult question to answer because Frozen Shoulder is a lay term, and so can sometimes mean different things to different people.  Here we will discuss the main causes of shoulder pain.

Posted on November 7, 2015 .