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Tips for managing breathing difficulty

I’m currently day 4 of Covid-19 symptoms, I’ve not needed to go to hospital so haven’t been tested, but have had all the symptoms. A rapid fever started on Monday night with high heart rate, headache and nausea. Quite unpleasant symptoms, but what was particularly...

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NEW: Running injuries to the knee – kneecap pain update

The knee is the most commonly injured body part in runners, so it’s going to be pretty likely that during your training you may start to experience some knee pain. The most common injury affecting the knee, would you believe it, is called runners knee! This is a lay...

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NEW: Running Injuries Update – Shin Splints

Shin splints is a generic term that refers to a number of different conditions affecting the front inner or outer lower limb, but not the calf or Achilles. The most common cause of “shin splints” is medial tibial stress syndrome (MTSS). This is caused by overload and...

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NEW: Running injuries update – Achilles pain

The most common lower limb running injury other than knee pain is Achilles tendon pain. Achilles tendon problems tend to affect runners more than the average population and as training volume for a marathon ramps.. There are 2 types of Achilles problems that we see at...

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UPDATED: Running injuries of the foot – plantar fasciitis

The most common cause of foot pain in runners is from a condition called plantar fasciitis. It can be a severe sharp pain in the sole of the foot just off the heel bone. It is a chronic degenerative condition of the connective tissue in the foot (the fascia) that is...

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Our competition winner

Fernanda is the winner of our Marathon Madness competition. She is planning on running the London Marathon on the 26th April 2020 and fundraising for the Clic Sargent charity. Clic Sargent fights tirelessly to stop cancer destroying young lives. From the moment of...

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Podiatry assessment

On the back of my Run Fit assessment I was referred to our Podiatrist, Jack, for a Plantar Pressure Gait Scan and podiatry review. As I mentioned I have had some foot surgery in the past, I have pronated feet and I get some foot and shin pain when running so I was...

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Run Fit assessment

The next step in my preparation for the Paris marathon was to have a running injury prevention screening. At Wandsworth Physiotherapy and Osteopathy we do a Run Fit Assessment to look at various things that can lead to problems if not corrected. This includes foot...

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Trainers sorted

One of the first things to get sorted were my running shoes. I went to Runner's Need in Clapham and I was recommended a pair of Brooks anti pronation trainers with a memory foam cushioned sole as I pronate slightly through my running cycle and I have a history of heel...

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Marathon training 2020

I’m Grace, I am a physiotherapist working at Wandsworth Physiotherapy, and I have entered my first ever Marathon! Why? Good question! I guess firstly - it has always been on my to do list; a goal and a great achievement that I hope to complete. And I guess if I am...

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My Back Pain Story

I saw Steve a couple years ago in Wandsworth as I developed low back pain after a skiing trip. It had gotten so bad that I could barely bend forward and touch my knees, my back was stiff and achy every day and sitting at my desk all day was very unpleasant. Steve did...

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Plantar Fasciitis

An update for one of the most common injuries in runners - plantar fasciitis. It can be a severe sharp pain in the sole of the foot just off the heel bone. It is a chronic degenerative condition that is brought about by excess training and is often associated with...

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Balance Body and Bike

We have been riding bikes since the 1800s, however in recent years the number of cyclist has surged. No longer is it an elite competitive sport, it’s now a worldwide, mass-participation activity. Cycling is great exercise. It’s not just a means of getting you from A...

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Arthritis of the knee

As the weather is getting colder many people start to experience joint pain, especially arthritis of the knee. Find out how we can help at Wandsworth Physiotherapy and Osteopathy.

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Massage and low back pain

At Wandsworth Physiotherapy our Physiotherapists and Osteopaths use massage as part of the treatment plan or you can book a...

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Posture and back pain

How does posture affect back pain? What is normal posture? Flat back posture Click here to download our FREE Treat Your Own back pain Guide.

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Some facts about Lower back pain

Here are some facts about lower back pain. To find out more download our Treat Your Own Back Pain Guide here and our Sleep and Back Pain guide here...

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