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Often overlooked, core stability training is a vital aspect of your exercise routine if you want to be performing at your peak. When incorporated into a structured routine, core stability exercises can help improve muscular control and reduce the likelihood of injuries. It is the core...

Do your visits to the physio follow the same old script?    Act One starts with you saying “I know I’ve seen you about this before, but I just can’t seem to shake the pain in my knee/hip/foot/…….(insert problem area here)”?    In Act Two, the physio flicks an...

Winter is on its way out and spring is bursting all around, so it’s the perfect time to return to exercise in the great outdoors. For many of us, that means digging out the running shoes and taking a turn around the block to blow...

You spend a lot of time exercising, but how do you know that your exercise is paying off? Are you just exercising because it’s what you’ve always done? Do you ever wonder what you could do to take your fitness to the next level? If you...

Sciatica is a term to describe pain anywhere down or along the sciatic nerve which is a large nerve extending from the lower back, down the thigh to the back of each leg. It can reveal itself as weakness, numbness, and tingling, burning or shooting...

At My Favourite Physio, we use a great variety of therapeutic tools during our sessions with children, which may not be available at other organisations. 3 Great adjunct therapeutic systems we use are: 1. Orthotic Garment Systems As discussed in our main article, Orthotic Garment Systems provide extra...

3 common problems parents encounter with Early Intervention:   1. My child cries all the time at therapy. We use various cognitive behavourial strategies to manage the crying and make therapy engaging for each child. Our sessions are one hour long, allowing for breaks and removes the time...