Focus on a condition: Runner’s knee

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Patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS), also known as runner’s knee, is one of the most common running injuries.

PFPS is characterised by pain “around” or “behind” the patella (knee cap). The pain comes from the tissues surrounding or within the joint …

World Continence Awareness Week 2017

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June marks World Continence Awareness Week 2017, from 18-24 June.
Up to 6 million people in the UK are thought to experience bladder problems and if you’re one of them, you should know that you can be helped through …

Can you do Pilates in your sleep?

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Journalist Sarah Hawes joins is on week five of a six-week Pilates course with us. She’d never done it before and her blog takes you through her learning what it can do for your body.

Well, you can’t really do …

Four weeks ago, my back was a big slab of bone…

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Journalist Sarah Hawes has been enjoying Pilates with us and four weeks into a six-week course, she’s finding it’s making a difference.

It sounds like a strange thing to say and it’s not something I was aware of before…but my …

Can you change your life in 3 weeks?

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Journalist Sarah Hawes has been joining our Pilates classes – she’s halfway through a 6-week course.

I think you can change your life in three weeks – but obviously it depends what you want to achieve.
For me, three weeks …

“Shoulders down, back flat and melt the ribs.”

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Journalist Sarah Hawes is back for the second class of the six-week course she’s joining us for.
Find out why an hour every Wednesday night in Bexley is the highlight of her week.

Last week, I started Pilates with KTB. …

Physio-led Pilates – I know nothing…yet!

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Journalist Sarah Hawes has been invited to join our Pilates classes for the next six weeks, having never tried it before.
She will write a blog each week, detailing her journey from complete beginner.

This time last week, I’d never …

Back Pain Facts

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Back pain is a common problem which affects 4/5 of us at some point during our lifetime. Check out our back pain facts if you are suffering.

1. Back pain is normal
It’s also very common, with 80% of people …

Women’s Health: Physiotherapy During Pregnancy

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Common problems during pregnancy can be:

  • Pelvic girdle pain
  • Back pain
  • Stress urinary incontinence

These symptoms often occur due to hormonal changes and the ever-increasing weight of your baby and uterus.
Low back pain and pelvic pain are common during …

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