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Mar, 2020

Covid-19 Updates

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Dear Customers,   With the everything going on I wanted to give you an update from The Physio Crew team.   Who are we accepting? We are not accepting anyone who has been in contact with anyone with symptoms of Covid-19 in the last 14 days or anyone who is experiencing a persistent cough or high fever. If you have these symptoms please self isolate and use the NHS 111…

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Dec, 2019

Osteoporosis Classes

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Osteoporosis Classes Friendly, physio led exercises classes for the over 50's or people who have an early onset of Osteoporosis. Osteoporosis is a condition that often affects women following the menopause or as we age and become less mobile.…

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Aug, 2019

How To Manage Pain Following A Total Knee Replacement

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How To Manage Pain Following A Total Knee Replacement. On a recent #asknicole question the patient asked how to manage pain. She was three days following a total knee replacement. Often when people first have surgery their expectations  don't often match reality. Although joint replacements outcomes are often good in the long run they can sometimes be a bit painful just after the operation.   They Have Done A Lot…

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Jun, 2019

Don’t Ignore Pain In Children

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Don't Ignore Pain In Children It can be tempting to ignore pain in children. We have all seen in happen. A child falls at the park, takes a good look around to see whether anyone has seen and then starts to scream. Attention seeking behaviour for mums attention is common but could we be missing a real injury? As a physio I have seen many cases where children have had…

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Mar, 2019

What Does It Mean To Be A Chartered Physiotherapist?

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What Does It Mean To Be A Chartered Physiotherapist? A Chartered Physiotherapist is someone who has done significant training to allow themselves to be registered under the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy. For this you need an equivalent of a 3-4 year degree or a masters conversion from another under graduate degree. In a world with incredible choice and opportunity its important that you understand the qualifications of the person treating…

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