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Caroline Schofield – My Physio Journey

From Frozen Peas to Frozen Shoulders In early 2015 I became the newest member of the Physiofusion team and without a doubt it has been one of the best years of my life. I qualified as a physiotherapist in 2013, just prior to this I found out I was pregnant with my little boy. I

Cricketing Physios Know the Silly Point

Common Cricket Injuries As an amateur cricketer I’ve encountered a number of injuries over the years the majority of which are due to my lack of ability as a fielder. This has on occasions had a detrimental impact on the social side of the game – the injuries that is, not my fielding failures! Wrists,

The Best You Yet

We've all said it at some point, or heard one of our family or friends say it - "A New Year, a new me" or "The diet and fitness regime starts in January". Well, how many times does this happen; we set out with the best intentions - our diet is planned with salad, fruit

Best Foot Forward

Did you hear the joke about the American Podiatrist and the British Chiropodist? They were arch rivals… Actually, we now use the word Podiatry over here too, but the different terms still cause a lot of confusion. Chiropody refers to both hands and feet, whereas podiatry is specific to feet (and is the internationally recognised

The Best You Yet – 2016

Last year we spoke to you about how the New Year is generally the time when people want to bring in change in their life and make the decision to go on a diet, join a gym or generally try and live a healthier lifestyle. These are all great decisions but, as we mentioned then,