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What do I do if I get pain or injury in lockdown?

We’ve been contacted by numerous people over the past few weeks all wanting to know, “what happens if I get aches and pains during lockdown?”

This concern is genuine and understandable right now.

A few weeks ago my little boy fell off his bike and in the initial panic of “do we need to take him to hospital to get checked over?” it dawned on me – is that even an option right now?

This got me thinking about our clients too. Injuries and conditions that were troublesome before lockdown don’t disappear overnight and those thrown into a different routine are now starting to develop new issues too.

So how can you still get help if you’re in pain or discomfort during lockdown?

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Are You Exercising TOO Much During Lockdown? – Here’s Why!


One great positive to come out of all of this is just how many people are exercising and increasing their physical activity levels.

This morning, as I’ve set up in my temporary home office, sat down with a coffee and answered the weekends emails, I have seen 10 runners, 4 cyclists, 2 couples walking, 4 dog walkers and 2 families out on scooters all pass my window.

And this isn’t a one off. This is a trend I’ve observed growing over the past 6 weeks.

Since the coronavirus upended most peoples lifestyles – including their exercise routines, more and more people of all types are turning to these kind of activities as a way to keep fit and occupied, and at home workouts are becoming more ‘the norm’ for many.

But as you find yourself with extra time on your hands and the urge to channel your boredom and manage your mental wellbeing by breaking a sweat; make sure you’re doing so safely. Because, yes, there is such a thing as ‘too much’ exercise. And overdoing it could actually do more harm than good, pandemic or otherwise.

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I Should Probably Get This Seen To This Year


New Year, New Me – heres a phrase you would have no doubtably heard your friends say or seen in countless social media posts over the past couple of weeks – Its the same every year.

The start of a New year is a great time to reflect on the previous year and make resolutions or promises to ourselves for the year ahead. “This year I am going to loose weight, exercise more, eat less chocolate, drink less alcohol” etc etc. It’s an easy time to feel optimistic. Its a new year. It’s a new decade even! Time for a new start or “a new me”!Read More

7 Ways To Improve Your Sleep For Better Recovery!

In our previous article we discussed the importance of getting enough sleep each night for your body to effectively recover and repair from injury. As most of the important healing that takes place as you sleep occurs in the deeper stages of sleep; even more importantly than the amount of sleep you get is the quality of sleep you are getting each night.

In this article we look at our top 7 tips to ensure that you have the best nights rest for better recovery.

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Could Sleep Be The Missing Link In Your Recovery?

Looking for an excuse to stay longer in bed? …We may just have the perfect one here.

We’re often asked in clinic “is there anything else I can be doing myself at home to help my recovery?” and besides the exercises, hydration and ice and heat advice we give out, one very important factor that I find that a lot of people overlook when it comes to their recovery is the importance of sleep.

If you want to recover faster, reduce pain, decrease your risk of injury and have more energy, then sleep has a crucial part to play. The National Sleep Foundation (after reviewing 300 sleep studies) recommends that the adequate amount of sleep for adults is 7-9 hours a night. But why is that and why is sleep so important to your recovery?

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Covid-19 Update:
We are currently open for limited in clinic appointments throughout lockdown.