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Golfer’s Elbow

Golfer’s elbow (Medial Epicondylitis) is very similar to, the more well known, tennis elbow. In fact it is the same injury only on the inside tendon of the forearm instead of the outside. What does this mean? It means that we will feel pain where the tendon (medial epicondyle) attaches to the inside of the

Homemade Frittata Recipe

Homemade Frittata Focus less on how much we eat and focus more on what we eat. Here’s a deliciously healthy Homemade Frittata recipe from our very own nutritional therapist, Amy, that you can try for yourself! Protein packed ✅  Gluten free ✅ Vegetarian ✅ Breakfast lunch or dinner ✅ Feeds up to 4 ✅ Ingredients: 6 eggs, Salt/pepper, 2-3 peppers, 1

Stretching – should we or shouldn’t we?

It seems for every piece of research that supports one, another study will come out saying the complete opposite. The truth is, stretching itself isn’t bad for us at all, and in fact, it’s great for us! The importance is knowing when, how and why to stretch and problems often come through lack of understanding

Becoming more active – start simple

Becoming more active is beneficial for anyone at any age. We don’t need to get caught up in attempting to run a marathon, partake in a 100 mile bike ride or join a gym straight away. What’s important is that we try to improve on what we are currently doing, no matter how small or

Couch to 5k guide

A simple guide to couch to 5k. Couch to 5k isn’t just aimed at those who want to run a marathon – although it is a great place to start. Couch to 5k is a hugely popular training program designed to take us from a sedentary lifestyle to giving us the capabilities of running a 5k

Innocuous Injuries

Innocuous Injuries As we move into spring it is common for all of us to do more activities, whether this is enjoying some gardening, spring cleaning or just getting out and about a little bit more. In doing more, we put ourselves at a little bit more risk of suffering an innocuous injury, these can

Well-being at work

With so much of our time spent at work, its clear why more and more employees believe that responsibility for their well-being is down to their employers.  But where does this leave the employers themselves? As the topic of well-being is so broad, we can understand why a lot of companies are overwhelmed at the

National Longevity Day

The purpose of National Longevity day is to get us thinking about our health, lifestyle, living longer and living life well! Can we go the distance? Or at least can our body? Longevity can hold several meanings, including living a long life or referring to an individual who has lived for an extraordinary amount of

Ligament Injuries

What are ligaments and why are they so important? A ligament is a tough band of fibrous tissue which connects bone to bone in order to support a joint and help mobilise it. When we suffer an injury, either from a serious fall or an impact during an activity, we force the knee beyond its

Neck pain – common conditions

Neck pain is one of the most common issues we treat at Physiofusion and this is usually for a variety of reasons. Most commonly, neck pain can be down to muscular strain or ligament sprains. Our neck is constantly having to support the weight of our head and because of this, the muscles and ligaments