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Gardening related injuries

Avoid gardening injuries this spring with our top tips

Georgie Mai-ManningClinic Director Each Spring, from the Easter half-term break and as we head into the May bank holidays, we see lots of people who are in pain and worried about injuries that have happened whilst working in the garden. These can be anything from rotator cuff (shoulder) problems and lower limb muscle strains to […]

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A running specialist’s tips for enjoyable and injury-free running this spring

Georgie Mai-ManningClinic Director & Lead Sports Therapist Whatever your running experience and goals for this year, the fundamentals of enjoying your running, staying safe, and injury-free are the same. So, if you are putting on a pair of running shoes and heading out of the door for the first time, or in the middle of […]

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Top tips for getting back on track with your new year health and fitness resolutions

Luke DenhamSports Therapist & Clinic Lead Practitioner For many people the start of a new year marks the end of an over-indulgent festive break and might involve some new health and fitness goals. Whether it be to lose a bit of weight, hit a new training personal best, or just generally look after yourself a […]

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All you need to know about private treatment here at the Rehab Hub

Georgie Mai-ManningClinic Director We know that seeking help for an injury or problem can be daunting for many reasons. This is because some of our patients who are now feeling much better, tell us that they were originally cautious of beginning private treatment, and they are now able to share those early concerns with us. […]

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Mix up your exercise routine for a boost to body and mind this festive season

Georgie Mai-ManningClinic Director 5 reasons to take a break over the holidays If you are somebody who exercises regularly or follows a training programme religiously, the festive season can be both a mental and physical challenge when the routine that you thrive off is thrown into the air. In the run-up to the holidays, we […]

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The importance of friendship and support when injury puts you on the sidelines

Luke DenhamClinic Lead Practitioner A personal blog from Luke, for Men’s Health Awareness Month Physical and mental health is always important, irrespective of the time of year, but November has become an important month for recognising men’s health. The Movember Movement is a campaign marking Men’s Mental health Awareness Month, and encourages engagement in activities […]

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Exercise is a great perimenopause medicine

Georgie Mai-ManningClinic Director The important role of exercise in your perimenopause A topic close to my heart because of my own challenges with it, and a hot topic nationally right now as we find ourselves in Menopause Awareness Month, is that of perimenopause and exercise. With more and more of our patients asking about the […]

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The benefits of taking a summer break away from exercise, and tips for a successful return to your training

The talk in clinic is all about holidays right now, and some of our clients have some concerns about how their summer break could negatively affect their regular training, and they have questions about how to return to it safely – whether gym training, running, cycling, or a particular team sport.The truth is that there […]

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What is the difference between a Physiotherapist, Sports Therapist and Osteopath?

Georgie Mai-ManningClinic Director We are able to support our clients in several different ways, and one of the most common questions we get asked by those considering treatment and rehabilitation is: “What is the difference between physiotherapy, sports therapy and osteopathy, and how do I decide who to work with?” At the Rehab Hub, we […]

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Running for fun – 5 tips to remain injury free!

At the time of writing, the weather is beautiful, and summer feels like it has arrived. With the warm weather we are all naturally drawn to spend more time outdoors, which is as it should be. At the beginning of the year I wrote a blog for our experienced running clients focused very much on […]

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