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Rehab Hub News

Due to have orthopaedic surgery?

Having physiotherapy before your procedure can improve your recovery and overall outcomes. Annie HeadSenior Physiotherapist We asked our Senior Physiotherapist, Annie Head to put together some commonly asked questions about pre-operative physiotherapy, and some ‘Top Tips’ for those preparing for orthopaedic surgery. Annie has a wealth of experience preparing patients for orthopaedic surgery (what we […]

You should no longer be applying ice to your injury, and here’s why…

Georgie MaiClinic Director & Lead Sports Therapist All we need now is a little PEACE & LOVE We are well used to, and indeed conditioned to understand that if we sustain a joint or soft tissue injury we should apply ice, or some form of cold therapy. Recent studies have now identified that the use […]

All the way to Qatar – World Cup Challenge June Update

4209 miles, 6 months, one amazing charity! As a team the Rehab Hub practitioners are undertaking their biggest charity challenge ever, in support of the wonderful Multiplesclerosis Therapy Centre, in Bedford. They are walking, running and cycling from the Hub clinic in Biggleswade to Qatar, where this year’s football World Cup is being held in […]

Rehab Patient of the Month

Jess Gearing, competitive gymnast at national level, is our ‘Rehab Patient of the Month’ after suffering a painful disc injury We commend Jess for her strength and determination in overcoming a back injury that prevented her training and competing as a gymnast at national level. Well done Jess, you are our ‘Rehab Patient of the […]

If exercise is good for me, why do I feel so sore afterwards?

If exercise is good for me, why do I feel so sore afterwards? Exploring ‘DOMS’, with Luke Denham, Clinic Lead Practitioner. We often get asked this question, and sometimes people want to know if they’ve really done themselves some harm after a tough training session or event. Others LOVE that burn, that inability to lower […]

Flat Feet, Knocking Knees and Inward Pointing Toes

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. Children are all individual and grow in their own unique […]

All the way to Qatar – World Cup Challenge!

It would be greatly appreciated if you could please recommend a local charity that you think we should be doing this for. Either message us on social media, or drop us an email with your ideas. Facebook: Instagram: Email: We are looking forward to sharing this journey with you!

Have you booked your Spring MOT (Maintenance Osteopathy Treatment)?

We all regularly get our cars serviced and checked over for maintenance repairs etc, right? So, why don’t we do this with our bodies too! It is important to regularly review any previous or new issues within the body and give ourselves a good service on a regular basis; especially as the weather starts to […]

Could Sports Therapy be the solution you have been looking for?

What is Sports Therapy? Sports Therapy is concerned with both prevention of injury and patient rehabilitation, aiming to help a patient get back to optimum levels of fitness, regardless of age and ability. Sports Therapy can involve various methods of treatment including: ● Exercise therapy, including mobility and functional strengthening programmes● Sports massage and advanced […]

Dan Simm Physiotherapist joins the Rehab Hub

The whole team at the Hub are very happy to welcome Dan Simm, Senior Physiotherapist, who will be helping patients and athletes from 25th April 2022.  He is an experienced physiotherapist, accustomed to delivering evidence-based injury assessment, treatment, and rehabilitation to elite footballers within his role at Watford football club.  He is also well used […]

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