Well, it’s here again….the London Marathon. I don’t know about you, but I’m all set……to put my feet up and watch thousands of people run 26.2 miles from the comfort of my sofa! In all seriousness, I take my hat off to every single person that even attempts to complete this amazing feat, and it is fantastic to know that so many good causes are benefiting from such an event.
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Specifically a musculoskeletal physiotherapist (someone that treats soft tissue and bone injuries). By Rebecca Walsh
#1 Many people don’t know that they can see a physiotherapist before they see their GP.
Physiotherapists (physios) are perfectly placed to assess and evaluate the severity of injuries and will refer back to a GP when appropriate. Physios undergo a three year undergraduate degree as well as continued development throughout their careers, and should also have Chartered status (see Chartered Society of Physiotherapy for details) and Health and Care Professions Council registration.
By Rebecca Walsh-Brown
Mobility in the major joints (ankle, hip, spine and shoulders) is crucial for optimum physical performance. This article will outline 3 little known mobility exercises for the ankle, hip and spine that will immediately maximise any physical activity. The following simple exercises will not only help prepare your body but will also go some way to reduce the risk of injury.