Cycling Vs Running for your health

Woman training on exercise bike with asian man running on treadmill and giving high five

Cycling and running are two popular forms of aerobic exercise that offer numerous health benefits. Both activities can help improve cardiovascular fitness, boost mental well-being, and aid in weight management. However, when it comes to determining which one is better for you, several factors need to be considered. In this blog post, we’ll delve into […]


Senior woman holding her painful knee

Osteoarthritis is a common form of arthritis that affects millions of people around the world. It is a degenerative joint disease that causes the cartilage between the joints to wear down, resulting in pain, stiffness, and inflammation. While there is no cure for osteoarthritis, there are many ways to manage and control the symptoms. Here […]


Why ?

Physiotherapy is a healthcare profession that focuses on the prevention, treatment, and management of movement disorders. Physiotherapists are trained healthcare professionals who use their knowledge and skills to diagnose, assess, and treat individuals with physical impairments and disabilities. They work with patients to improve their ability to move and function, and to reduce pain and […]

Tennis : Calf Injuries

Warming up is key before playing tennis. Rushing to one side of the court or to pick up a volley or drop shot can inevitably cause a strain or worse a rupture to the calf. The sudden burst of activity can fatigue the muscle and cause it to rupture or strain. If this does occur, […]

Cricket Shoulder Injury?

Cricket is a very popular sport over the summer months and can lead to overuse type injuries predominantly in the shoulder to the rotator cuff muscles. It is important to warm up the shoulder and mid back for at least 15 minutes prior to bowling. Lack of flexibility around the shoulder and mid back can […]

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS)

What is carpal tunnel syndrome? The carpal tunnel is a narrow channel in the hand made up of the small wrist bones and the overarching connective tissue.  A few structures pass through this tunnel for example, the median nerve, the finger flexor tendons and the blood vessels. CTS occurs because the median nerve gets squashed, often due […]

Acute “wry neck” (torticollis)

This is a very painful condition and often presents when you wake up in the morning. The neck is almost stuck in a position, which is normally slightly off to one side. Patients normally cannot turn their head to one side and are unable to bring their head up to a central position. The muscles […]