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Sprained Ankle: Treatment Strategies

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There are many ways to sprain your ankle. Injuries occur in both sporting and non sporting environments. In this article Paul Carter, Specialist Physiotherapist at Physio2go St. Albans, discusses common causes of this injury and effective treatment strategies. In his clinical work, Paul sees injuries caused in a variety of sporting arenas, including football, hockey, tennis … Continued

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Shoulder Pain: Acute Injury and Chronic Conditions

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The shoulder joint has the greatest range of movement of any joint in our body ensuring that our arms and hands get where they need to be to carry out all aspects of our daily lives at home, at work and in our chosen sports and activities. When healthy, the shoulder joint demonstrates an exquisite … Continued

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Knee Replacement Surgery

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As the physically active baby boom generation “ages gracefully”, their joints are showing signs of wear and tear (osteoarthritis). Yet, they are keen to continue active lifestyles in spite of their arthritis. Improved technology and increased availability is leading to more people opting for joint replacement surgery. Barbara Taylor, Specialist Physiotherapist for Physio2go St. Albans … Continued

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Joint Replacement Surgery: Getting the Timing Right

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Mark Adshead Managing Director of Physio2go Ltd. St. Albans joins Mr. Neil Davies Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon of St. Albans City Hospital and Spire Hospital Harpenden exploring factors which may impact on the decision as to when surgery is advisable. Arthritis Many of us may remember smiling when Terry Wogan defined a TOG (Terry’s old geezer) … Continued

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Hip Pain and Hip Replacement Surgery

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As the physically active baby boom generation ages gracefully, their joints are showing signs of wear and tear (osteoarthritis). Improved technology and increased availability is leading to more people opting for joint replacement surgery. Each year over 50,000 people in England and Wales receive new hips, 75% of these are performed because of osteoarthritis. Barbara … Continued

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