Health & Physio News

  • Tennis elbow and golfer’s elbow. Two causes of elbow pain that are associated with sports, even though you don’t ever need to play either sport to exp...

  • Did you want to attend our free online Osteoporosis webinar but couldn't make it? Well don't worry, we've got your back! We recorded it and it's here ...

  • We all know how important it is to look after our heart. If you want to live a long and active life, you need to be kind to it every day. But how kind...

  • Here at St Leonards Physio, we’re taking every precaution to ensure our practitioners and clients remain safe at all times. Below outlines our respons...

  • Do you understand diabetes? Are you familiar with its effects on the human body? If the answer is no, this blog is for you....

  • This month we take a look into the world of knee meniscus injuries. Studies from the US report approximately 61 in every 100,000 people experience a k...

  • Injury to the hip flexor muscles can lead to pain felt in the front of the thigh region, as well as the hip and groin. Hip flexor injuries are common ...

  • This month’s topic is a neck condition known as ‘Torticollis’. You may have also heard this condition referred to as ‘wry neck’....

  •   Happy July! We’re so excited about term 3 classes starting back soon. We’re also kicking off our ONERO classes for people with Osteoporosis, an...

  • Do you have shoulder pain? Are you an office worker, professional athlete, hairdresser or full-time parent? These are just some of the types of people...

  • We’re nearly halfway through the year already, and what a 2020 it has been. As we welcome the news of relaxed restrictions, we’re looking forward to o...

  • This blog specifically focuses on an injury that relates closely to the ball and socket part of the shoulder joint. If you are into throwing sports, y...

  • This month’s newsletter gives you more information about our upcoming online Osteoarthritis talk, as well as a look at our new corporate sessions for ...

  • Connective tissue is the stuff in our bodies that holds all of our cells together. It's a bit like glue. It has a special role, allowing our skin and ...

  • In-clinic and virtual home-working and exercise set-up sessions, group and one-to-one exercise sessions, appointments, costs, Easter hours and more!...

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