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 […]

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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 […]

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18 Nov

Introduction to Pilates Part 1

Here, APPI trained pilates instructor Tracy Bradley, introduces her guide to pilates and begins by explaining the benefits of pilates exercise.

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04 Oct

Free Pilates Introductory Session

Are you wondering if you might enjoy pilates? Watch this 40 minute video which explains the basic principles, terminology, positions and exercises for our pilates classes so that you will get the most out of each and every exercise if you decide to join our regular Live Streamed Sessions. Our classes are all led by […]

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10 Jun

Staying Safe at Bradley Physio….

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06 May

Has Coronavirus got you Running? : the benefits and a few tips to prevent injury

Introduction Due to the outbreak if Coronavirus people across the country are not able to use their usual methods to keep fit such as visiting the gym, training in a class, or even playing in a sports team and consequently there has been a huge uptake in people running. This blog will focus on the benefits of […]

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05 Apr

FREE 30 Minute Matwork Pilates Class with Tracy Bradley

Physiotherapist Tracy Bradley will guide you through a FREE 30 minute Matwork Pilates Class – perfect if you aren’t able to join us for one of our studio classes….

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23 Mar

Message for all our clients

IMPORTANT MESSAGE FOR OUR CLIENTS The time has finally come where we find it necessary to close our doors. To help prevent the spread of COVID-19, we’ll be closing our doors on Monday 23rd March until further notice. BUT, Don’t panic we are still available to help you!! FREE TELEPHONE CONSULTATIONS Virtual Online Physiotherapy Consultations […]

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13 Jan

Frozen Shoulder – Physio Guide to Pathophysiology & Evidence Based Treatment – James Clayton MCSP

Frozen Shoulder This Blog will explain what frozen shoulder is, how we diagnose it and how the evidence states we should treat our patients. What is frozen shoulder? Previously coined as ‘peri-arthritis’ by Duplay in 1872(Reeves, 1975), frozen Shoulder was a term that was first used in 1934 by Codman (Rizk and Pinals, 1982), where […]

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09 Jan

‘Frozen Shoulder & Self Help Exercises’ by James Clayton MCSP

Frozen shoulder syndrome, clinically known as adhesive capsulitis, is a painful and debilitating condition affecting up to 5% of the population. Patients experience pain, limited shoulder movement and disability generally lasting anywhere from 1 to 24 months. This means it is important to distinguish frozen shoulder from other types of shoulder conditions early such as […]

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