up to the back end of last year i have had two sessions of physiotherapy for a split disc/trapped nerve in my back and rigorously follow the exercises that i was given. My symptoms include lower back pain and a tightness in the left of the groin
I AM CONSIDERING A COURSE IN PHYSIOTHERAPY.I SEE THIS AS THE START OF MY OWN BUSINESS.CAN YOU ADVISE WHICH COURSES WOULD BE MOST RELEVANT AND WHICH ARE RECOGNISED BY PRIVATE HEALTH EG BUPA,PPP,HSA THANKS What sort of level David - it's a full degree
Podiatrist! and forget about physiotherapy, cos that aint the issue, you're fit and motivated, you dont need to come here and have me watch you do the exercises!So, podiatrist solved my problem completely. Physio for me was a waste of time, like you say
just wondering if anyone else has experience of physiotherapy or osteopathy? i've been seeing an osteopath for a bad back for about three years but recently it doesn't seem to be effective at making the pain go away. so yesterday i tried a
Sorry if you've already seen this posting on the training pages!I'm a final year physiotherapy student (and keen runner) looking for runners from the Southeast to participate in my research project. Essentially, the study aims to increase
I'm a final year physiotherapy student (and keen runner) looking for runners from the Southeast to participate in my research project. Essentially, the study aims to increase the understanding of the possible mechanisms behind knee pain in runners
physiotherapy is an on-going kind of thing - I know people do go regularly, and when I have had sports injury treatment I've had several sessions.If you have BUPA, use it - that's what your premiums are paying for. If you don't trust your physio ask someone
Hi there, can anyone recommend a good physio in central London? I work on the strand (W2 near to Charing Cross) so the closer the better. I am training for the London Marathon as well as other events this year and I think I have pulled my hamstring in my left leg. I have stopped ...
Good Morning everyone.Just a general enquiry really about running injuries. I have developed a pain/ache in my right ankle, it started yesterday and seems to come and go. I can be walking around normally one minute then a sharp pain will go through the ankle and it makes me lim...
More of the amusing anecdotes than just ouch that hurts. I went for a physio sess on a back problem the morning after a curry. I farted, virtually in her face.Is that the sort of thing you meant Blisters? Was it flames? Yes. I burnt off her moustache, beard, eyebrows, the lot. Pe...
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