You would be surprised by the number of manipulations, exercises or stretching that you can do online with the guidance of your physiotherapist. If for any reasons you don’t have the possibility to come to the clinic or receive a home visit from your physio, online video treatment can have a huge impact in keeping your rehabilitation going and your recovery on track with regular video follow ups from your physiotherapist specialised in MSK, Pilates and/or personal training.
Tailbone pain, also known as coccyx pain or coccydynia, is defined by a painful sensation right at the bottom of the spine and above the buttock, where the bony structure of the coccyx is. The causes can be various: whether it is because of an overuse injury during a sports activity (cycling, rowing) or after a fall.
But it is also one of the most common pains in pregnant women. During the last trimester of pregnancy and because of the baby growing, ligaments surrounding the coccyx get loose to make more room, moving the coccyx. This is why more women are victims of tailbone pain than men. Plus, it can also happen during and after vaginal childbirth.
So what are the symptoms and how is it possible to manage tailbone pain?
The London Marathon is one of the most exciting races to participate in. With over 35,000 runners at the starting line, it can be exhilarating and gruelling at the same time. Most of the work you need, in order to complete the race, is done in the months leading up to it. Correct preparation is key to your success and a personal trainer can help you stay focused on your goal. But most importantly, a specialised sports physio or osteo can help you recover faster from your training, help you with stretching and strengthening, work on your joints and back to minimise the impact of long running, and help you recover faster from eventual injuries in order to avoid missing your training for too long. Whether you are a beginner or seasoned runner, our team can help you get the best out of yourself.
More than 80% of the population experiences sooner or later some episodes of back pain.
Back pain is one of the most common causes of absence at work. And also a reason for which physiotherapists are requested frequently. But there is a lot of confusion between sciatica and low back pain and very often these two words are used incorrectly.
Adults aged 65 and over spend around 10 hours a day sitting or lying down. Read more
The value of physiotherapy in post operative care is priceless. It will avoid expensive returns of in patient care.
Post surgery rehabilitation can cause anxiety and frustration. Read more
Healthy Employees = Healthy Business
Prevention is key to manage health related absenteeism, if you can assess the problem early enough, we are able to significantly reduce or eliminate the sick leave length. Read more
We now spend an average of 9 hours sitting daily whether at work, home or in a car.
These hours are prolonged periods of inactivity, often working on badly designed workstations and are linked to an increase in obesity but also muscular pain, back and neck issues, thrombosis and as well as tendinitis. Read more
Adults aged 65 and over spend around 10 hours a day sitting or lying down.
As you grow older, it is very important to try to stay active. Physical activity helps to stay healthy but also and very importantly to remain independent. The longer you remain independent, the longer you can have an active social life, play with your grand children. Read more
35 millions days off sick were taken of ‘Musculoskeletal problems’ *
The cost for employers is very high, not only monetary but in terms of production as well. Read more