Sarah Key Stage 5 - Unstable Spinal Segment
Acute locked back - the Sarah Key Method Stage 3
This post, Nell looks at the final stage of back pain - an unstable spinal segment.
Continuing in the Sarah Key series, this week Nell looks at Stage 3 of back pain
What makes Victory physiotherapy different?
We have a Mobiliser here at the clinic, and we all love it - but what is it, and what does it do?
a trip to the bed shop...
Not all physio is the same - so if you're looking for a therapist, why should you consider Victory?
Can my dodgy posture cause my shoulder pain?
Our friends over at Back In Action kindly lent us some of their new products to test - and wow, Nell enjoyed it!
This could be why your head hurts...
A lot of our patients worry about their posture - and as we all spend more time sitting, it's becoming really important. This week, Nell looks at how posture can affect your shoulder pain
“I twisted my ankle months ago, but it still hurts. Will it be weak for life?”
Headaches are really common, and are often blamed on stress, dehydration or loud noises - but did you know they can also be linked to your posture?
What the mobiliser can do for you
Sometimes, just resting an ankle injury isn't enough and it can still cause pain months later. So when that happens, what do you do next?
Help! I just injured my ankle!
What is the mobiliser? And can it really help improve your lower back pain?
Why are ankles so important?
If you've just twisted or injured your ankle, when should you go and get medical help? How can you tell if it's a fracture or a sprain? Read on to find out
How did massage help Adam with his strength training?
We use our ankles all the time without thinking anything of it - but the truth is, they're delicate and finely tuned bits of kit.
Disc prolapse — the Sarah Key Method Stage 4
Massage isn't just for helping to east post work out cramps - it can also help improve your training. Read more to find out how massage helped Adam improve his training
Anyone for tennis (elbow)?
Continuing the Sarah Key series, this week Nell discusses stage 4 of back pain - disc prolapse
What's the best way to avoid an ACL injury?
Tennis elbow isn't all about the elbows - it can even come from the wrist or shoulder. So if you're having problems with your serve, how can you get the right help?
How to plan for an injury free season
If you play hockey, football, rugby or go skiing then you're more likely to damage your ACL - but what is an ACL, and how can you avoid an injury?
Why is resting an “overuse” injury like yo-yo dieting?
It's that time of year again - but if you're looking at getting in shape for the next season, how do you make sure you steer clear of injuries?
The tale of the Entrepreneur and the Dodgy Knee
If you have an 'overuse' injury then the best way to cure it is by resting, right? Well, actually, no...
Patellofemoral pain: a pain in the kneecap
Sometimes, surgery is unavoidable. In which case, how can you get the best from your surgery?
Facet Joint Arthropathy — the Sarah Key Method Stage 2
It's common to feel a tinge behind or just to the side of your kneecap. But why does it happen so often and what can be done?
Continuing the Sarah Key series on the blog, this post is looking at Stage 2 - Facet Joint Arthropathy