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Posted 22-Jan-2018

 

Shoulder pain is the second most common injury we see here in clinic! We use our...

Posted 29-Mar-2017

Seamus Colemans heartwrenching injury at the weekend prompted alot of people to ask us about...

Posted 08-Mar-2017

Did you know?

One of the most common type of headache is the tension or cervicogenic (...

Posted 16-Aug-2016

A recent analysis of more than 1 million people found that being inactive is known to increase...

Posted 05-Jul-2016

Despite the weather, we still like to pretend that its summer, and so many of us kick off our...

Posted 26-Apr-2016

Sleep is something we talk about regularly at the clinic (and not just in relation to our own...

Posted 04-Dec-2015

Back-care pilates is a programme designed for people who feel unable to join a regular exercise...

Posted 13-Apr-2015

Patellofemoral pain is a term used to describe pain around the knee cap, i.e at the front of the...

Posted 13-Jan-2015

Three basic tips for injury prevention:

1. Variety is the spice of life!

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Posted 24-Nov-2014

Much of the neck and back pain we see at East Coast Physio is due to the way people sit at work...

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So much more than a group of Physios performing a job. They all do the job excellently, but it is the additional extra personal interest they take, the positive attitude, the confidence building, the willingness  to keep going and the belief that that things can and will improve that gives heart to their clients and gets results quickly or slowly. They are both kind and humourous. I deeply appreciate their time and efforts on my behalf and have no hesitation on recommending them to anyone. They also run a series of Pilates classes, so all round a huge positive presence in Ashford.

Louise