23 Feb

Tennis Elbow

Author: James Clayton MCSP BSc(Hons) Physiotherapy Introduction (1,2,3) Tennis elbow, also known as lateral epicondylitis, is an overuse injury that affects the lateral wrist extensor muscles that attach at the elbow.And despite the term, tennis is only a direct cause in 5% of people with tennis elbow. And if left untreated, symptoms may persist for […]

Read More
15 Feb

Pilates Clam Level 3

Pilates Clam Level 3   A great exercise for increasing control and stability around the hip and pelvis whilst focusing on posture and balance. ‘The Clam’ primarily trains the posterior fibres of gluteus medius. Performed in side lying, it is from the rotary stability classification and therefore challenges the rotation control of the pelvis. This […]

Read More