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If you’re experiencing discomfort carrying out everyday tasks, recovering from surgery, or if you’re an injured amateur competitor seeking rehab or support then we’re here to help you be your best.

We are a team of bodyworkers and fitness professionals with your best interests in our heart.  Together we help amateur and semi-pro athletes, builders, office workers, Mums, Dads, Nans and Grandpas with equal dedication.

We will always do our very best for you – you’re our number one priority!

Flat Feet, Knocking Knees and Inward Pointing Toes

Children are all individual and grow in their own unique way; parents are often concerned about flat feet, knocking knees or inward pointing toes. These can all be part of normal childhood growth and posture; a specialist paediatric physiotherapy assessment will help to determine if treatment or support is needed.

The majority of children aged 1-5 years have flat feet and will go on to develop a normal arch as they grow. Flat feet can lead to a delay in walking or foot, knee and hip pain. Very rarely, there can be an underlying cause for your child’s flat footed posture. Supportive footwear is important and sometimes insoles can help. There are two types of flat feet – a flexible flat foot or a rigid flat foot – a paediatric physiotherapist can assess and provide treatment if required.

The Little Steps Physiotherapy team, based here at the Rehab Hub regularly assess, advise and rehab these common childhood conditions. Read on to learn more, and consider if you and your child might benefit from their expertise and the peace of mind they can provide.

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All the way to Qatar – World Cup Challenge!

We are super excited to announce that, as a team, we are going to be taking on our biggest charity challenge yet!

The aim of the challenge is for us to collectively travel the distance it would take us to get from the Hub to Qatar, where this year’s World Cup is being held. Sounds easy enough, right? What about if we tell you this is roughly 4,500 miles? Not so easy now!

Each week we will be posting an update on social media, which will tell you how far we have travelled. The team can either run, walk, cycle, swim, skip, jump or hop their miles.

The most exciting part, of course, is that we will be doing this to raise money for a local charity. However, this is where we need your help…with so many amazing charities out there, we are struggling to decide which charity we will be raising money for.

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