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Red Nose Day 2017

This Red Nose Day, the Physiofusion team will be raising money by walking the entire distance between all of our clinics...that's 289,790 steps between us! Each member of our team will have a personal goal of around 18,000 steps in order to reach our overall total. Throughout the day, we will be taking it in

Acupuncture Awareness Week 2017

Acupuncture is growing in popularity and has many benefits, such as, regular aches and pains, osteoarthritis of the knee, TMJ, low back pain, neck pain and arthritis, as well as headaches, depression, nausea or common health problems like an overactive bladder. It is also used when people can feel their bodily functions are out of

Need that extra spring in your step?

With longer days and fine weather fast approaching, we want to make sure you’re feeling ready for Spring. We’re now at that time of the year where we’re doing anything from digging out our running shoes, getting back in the saddle, to finally getting stuck into the mess that we call ‘the garden’. However, Spring

Eating Disorder Awareness Week – Not all pain is physical

At Physiofusion, we're aware that not all pain is physical. Together, we CAN and we WILL beat eating disorders. Recovery is possible, and a person’s chance of making a full and sustained recovery is greater if they can quickly get into treatment that will address the thoughts and feelings that cause the eating disorder. This

How to become a Ninja Warrior UK champion!

As you may be aware, the Ninja Warrior UK final took place this weekend and it did not disappoint! The impressive performance of one individual stood out more than most! Having been 2nd man standing last year, Jonny vowed to come back better and stronger than last year…and he did just that! Jonny Urszuly was

Back pain – How to help

How often do you find yourself taking medication to relieve your back pain symptoms - or how many times do you find yourself heating up the wheat bag in the microwave? Most likely, too often, right? It seems it is more common to suffer with back pain than not – and it’s no wonder. Studies

NSPCC Number Day – Footwear

Today in national NSPCC number day. One of the most common reasons a child will call the NSPCC helpline is because of neglect. Neglect can come in all forms and applies to issues big or small. We take a look at children’s feet and a common form of neglect – incorrect footwear. Quite often, children

We are Dignity Champions

We are proud to say that we are a Dignity Championing organisation through Led by the National Dignity Council, Dignity Champions form part of a nationwide network of over 83,000 individuals and organisations who work to put dignity and respect at the heart of UK care services to enable a positive experience of care. Purpose of

What is CrossFit and why is Physio so important?

CrossFit is strength and conditioning training that combines a wide variety of exercises to give total fitness. It focuses on 3 aspects: weight lifting / training, sprinting / distance running and gymnastics. The nature and the conditioning of the exercises involved mean that there are risks to this training. A study published in the Journal

Slips, trips and broken hips

Unfortunately for us, living in the UK means the wintery conditions seem to last forever! As the temperatures continue to drop, the injuries from slips and trips tends to rise. The most common of injuries following a fall include: Ankle sprains A ligament is a band of tissue which attaches bone to bone. The ankle