Physiofusion News & Blogs

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Biomechanics Case Study

Me and the Three Degrees I’ve always been a runner. I’ve run with horses and I’ve run with dogs. I’ve run up and down hills and in some serious “Muddy Runs” Mostly though, I just run; and when I can’t run, I attend spinning classes. It worked so well I “bought” a podiatrist with biomechanics

Cutting Sickness Costs

All employers know that having employees off work is a nuisance – from a logistical perspective, as well as the feeling of dread that it may turn into a long-term sickness absence case. Many employers have to make serious cost savings, and cutting back on services seen as ‘nice-to-have’, is often considered. There has been

Muscle Release – Relieving Pain From Poor Posture

The human body has approximately 640 muscles which accounts for about half of your total body weight. Muscles are prone to becoming tight often due to previous injury, overuse or poor posture. Most of us have the latter in common! Therefore, I thought it would be wise to discuss how muscle release can help relieve

Golf – Flexibility to Let Fly

Even in his 70s, golf legend Sam Snead amazed the watching crowds by standing upright and kicking one of his legs over his head. Snead’s suppleness supported one of the longest, most fluid swings in the game’s history. Snead was naturally gifted, with loose joints and elastic muscles - but you too can loosen and

Looking for a New PB? #AskAPhysio about Acupuncture!

Acupuncture is one treatment method that is regularly used by Physiotherapists to improve a wide range of conditions – and although it has been around for thousands of years, it is only relatively recently that clinical studies have actually proved its effectiveness in getting people better. Every year, the BAcC (British Acupuncture Council) holds Acupuncture

Hockey – I call this lethal game my hobby!

Many years ago, a time I struggle to even remember now, I sustained an ankle sprain at Hockey. This enlightened me to the world of Physiotherapy and my career path was established. Recently I sustained my second ankle injury, again playing this lethal game. I thought my hockey “career” was over...that ball is quite hard,

Introducing Our Newest Physio – Ammit

I’m a Yorkshire lad, born in Bradford and spent most of my school years in Leeds. I have helped out in the family Newsagents, which has kept me physically active and prepared me for the world of work. I enjoy having a chat with the locals daily, and try my best get involved in community

Cutting Sickness Costs in the Workplace Figures

All employers know that having employees off work is a nuisance – from a logistical perspective, as well as the feeling of dread that it may turn into a long-term sickness absence case. There has been considerable research proving that money invested into employee health actually saves money. Rather than ask you to trust us

Refer a Friend and Get £5 Cash Back

We wanted to come up with a way of saying thank you to all of you who do a fabulous job of telling your friends about us, so... We have a referral card that you put your details on (so we know who to say thank you to). You then give this to anyone that