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Red Nose Day 2017

This Red Nose Day, the Physiofusion team will be raising money by walking the entire distance between all of our clinics...that's 289,790 steps between us! Each member of our team will have a personal goal of around 18,000 steps in order to reach our overall total. Throughout the day, we will be taking it in

We are Dignity Champions

We are proud to say that we are a Dignity Championing organisation through Led by the National Dignity Council, Dignity Champions form part of a nationwide network of over 83,000 individuals and organisations who work to put dignity and respect at the heart of UK care services to enable a positive experience of care. Purpose of

My Journey – Part 2

Caroline Schofield - My Journey – Part Two Personal & Professional Development It has been over a year since I joined the team here at Physiofusion and the biggest thing that has changed between now and then is my confidence. I really appreciate the time and resources that have been made available to invest in

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

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,

BIBA tour continued – Physiofusion Padiham

Continuing our BIBAs tour around all of our clinics, BIBA is currently in Padiham as some of you might have already seen. Clinical Director, Sam House, tells us more of how the Physiofusion and 'Karmic Multiplication' philosophy became a reality... Once upon a time - a Physio with high ideals, bags of care and a

Want a Happy New Year? Perhaps now is the time to really value Health?

Surely the biggest motivation to eat well is how it can make us feel. True nourishment brings happiness, enthusiasm and vitality for life. Do you want to sleep well, look good and feel great? Just eat natural, healthy and tasty food. Eating for health means putting you first. When we look after ourselves and give

BIBA spends time at Physiofusion Bolton

  Our BIBA is now on tour, visiting all 6 of our clinics in 6 months, spending time with all of our amazing team who helped us pick up the award for Professional Services Business of the Year. This last few weeks she has spent her time at the Bolton clinic with lead physiotherapist -

  • Sorrel Holland

What it means to be BIBAs Professional Services Business of the Year 2015…one month in.

4am. That was the time I burst with pride at us winning this award. I missed the ceremony too – I was in Thailand at the time, so I’m not expecting any sympathy – but I followed it on Twitter, hence 4am. For our physios and other therapists, they get feedback every day from patients –