Articles in Active Health and Fitness and Physical Therapies

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by Kelly Steed on October 05, 2020
How To Stay Fit and Well As An Older Adult
by Kelly Steed on October 05, 2020
We all know that in order to maintain both our independence and sense of health and well-being, activity and exercise go hand in hand with a well-balanced diet. But as we get older, what considerations should we be making in order to keep fit and wel... Read full article
by Roseanna Grace Conway on October 01, 2020
Pelvic Floor Health and the Importance of Pelvic Floor Exercises
by Roseanna Grace Conway on October 01, 2020
The subject of pelvic floor health is something we hear a lot about. So, let’s start off by understanding some anatomy and physiology – what is our pelvic floor muscle and where is it? ... Read full article
by Dr Susie Fox on September 29, 2020
If Physical Activity Were A Drug....
by Dr Susie Fox on September 29, 2020
We all are aware that keeping active is good for our health. It’s taught to us from a young age that we should all keep moving but in today’s society it can be very hard to manage to fit this in amongst other commitments.... Read full article
by Fred Braithwaite on September 07, 2020
How Cancer Rehabilitation Plays A Vital Role in Treatment and Recovery
by Fred Braithwaite on September 07, 2020
For those of you who don’t know, cancer rehab is fairly new to the UK. Many other countries are way ahead in the delivery of this vital service. Some European countries have been providing rehab for cancer patients since the 1800’s.... Read full article
by Roseanna Grace Conway on September 03, 2020
How Physiotherapy Can Benefit Symptoms of Bladder Pain Syndrome
by Roseanna Grace Conway on September 03, 2020
Believe it or not, but 1 in 2 of us will be affected by a urology condition in our lifetime, this is according to figures from The Urology Foundation.  That’s approximately 3.9 billion of us.  ... Read full article
by Zara Ford on August 12, 2020
Help With Exercise and Activity During Pregnancy
by Zara Ford on August 12, 2020
We know exercise is good for us - we are bombarded with information via the media, social media, fit friends and the like. Exercise is good for our cardiovascular systems, musculoskeletal systems and also our mental health - but what if your pregnant... Read full article
by Andrew Dorey on July 17, 2020
Strength Training and Rehabilitation: Injury Prevention and Recovery
by Andrew Dorey on July 17, 2020
After spending some time firmly in the trenches of the fitness industry, it becomes clear that clients tend to fit into one of a handful of categories. ... Read full article
by Linda Issacs on July 02, 2020
Sporting Adolescents
by Linda Issacs on July 02, 2020
Linda Isaacs is a Chartered Physiotherapist working at Walnut Grove Clinic treating a wide range of problems, injuries and pains. She treats all ages, but a particular special interest area is sporting adolescents. ... Read full article
by Andrew Dorey on June 30, 2020
Where Do You Stand in Fitness?
by Andrew Dorey on June 30, 2020
There is an issue in fitness that has been prevalent for years, but thanks to our current climate, for some coaches in the industry it has come into sharp focus. ... Read full article
by Walnut Grove Clinic on June 30, 2020
The Origins of Pilates
by Walnut Grove Clinic on June 30, 2020
Most people have heard of Pilates but where does it come from? Joseph Pilates was born near Düsseldorf, Germany in 1883. He appears to have been a frail child, suffering from asthma, rickets and rheumatic fever. ... Read full article
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