Acupuncture – could it help you?

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What is it and how does it work?

Acupuncture involves the insertion of very fine stainless steel needles into the skin. It has been used in China for thousands of years and increasingly in Western medicine since the 1970s. Acupuncture …

Cricket: How can physiotherapy help when injury occurs?

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Side strains are common due to repeated intense ball throwing action.

It usually affects muscles when part of the muscle or the muscle attachment to the bone is pulled away or rapidly overstretched. We’ll suggest rest, gradual return to play …

World Continence Week 2019

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On World Continence Week this year, we bring you some top tips from our women’s health physiotherapist Ali Cann on how to cope with incontinence.

Book in with Ali for a consultation for any problem you have – and please …

Top 5 tips for injury-free running

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The majority of running injuries we see at KTB are due to ‘training error’ and can be easily avoided.
Ali Cann, one of our physiotherapists and regular runner gives her top 5 tips to help prevent injury.

  • Make strength and

Why do I get calf pain when I run?

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Calf pain and tightness when running seems to be an increasingly common complaint in the clinic.

This is to be expected after an injury but often, runners complain of calf pain without an obvious cause.

It’s known as non-traumatic calf

How to return to running after having a baby

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Our women’s health physiotherapist Ali Cann has recently returned to us and running, following the birth of her son.
Here’ she explains the changes and how to get back to running after baby arrives.

After pregnancy, the pelvic floor and …

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