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Hip Pain

Hip Injuries Hip pain is one of the most common types of problem we see and spreads across all age groups.  The hip joint and its relationship with the lumbar spine, Sacroilliac Joint (SIJ) and pelvis make it a complex area to assess and diagnose correctly. Osteoarthritis (OA) If you fit in the older age […]

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GOLF MOT

On Monday 9th December our physio Alex will be spending the evening at Marple Golf club alongside Jamie Storey, PGA Golf Professional.  There will be a short presentation outlining what a Golf MOT is and you can learn all about how the professionals approach their golf fitness & exercise plus you can discover how we […]

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Personal Training

If you are serious about improving your fitness, then it is a good idea to hire a personal trainer. When it comes to building muscle and losing fat, beginners tend to see rapid results, and almost any kind of fitness regime will work, for a while. However, it does not take long for the results […]

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Spiral Stabilisation

We have muscle chains (linked groups of muscle) that work as units to stabilise our bodies during movement.  These chains spiral around us to hold us up against gravity, increasing our intraabdominal pressure and creating a decompressive force on our spines. The system works to balance the whole body.  When this system is compromised it leads to […]

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Shoulder Pain

Common Shoulder Injuries Shoulder pain is frequently associated with repetitive overhead activities.  This could be related to sporting activities such as swimming, tennis or weightlifting, but could also be caused by everyday activities such as hanging washing, decorating or gardening. Are you Suffering?  If you are experiencing shoulder pain then ask yourself these 3 questions: […]

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Knee Pain

Common Knee Complaints Knee Injuries We all know how important it is to be active, and the benefits there are to your joints and general wellbeing, unfortunately injuries can occur and commonly these involve the knees. The most common knee injuries involve the ligaments, cartilage or meniscus, tendons or joint surfaces.  Old injuries that were […]

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FREE fitness open evening June 6th 7-9pm

We know how busy life can get, you can’t always make the time for a workout or find the time for a massage or acupuncture session to help with those aches & pains, especially during working hours.   Well, here at Fountain Square Physio we like to help in any way possible so we hold […]

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