This week is Back Care Awareness week and the theme for this year’s campaign is Back Pain in Older Adults.
We were delighted with the response to our inaugural seminar, Living with Osteoarthritis.
Two of our outpatients have proved they are both winners in their quest to return to fitness.
Osteoarthritis is the most common form of joint disease and is a condition that our physiotherapists receive many questions about.
Pilates continues to be a popular activity for improving core strength and general fitness and wellbeing.
Therapists from across Surrey and Hampshire have taken part in a course to learn more about rheumatology in musculoskeletal conditions.
Two student physiotherapists on a four-week placement from Keele University have received a warm welcome from staff and patients at Holy Cross Hospital.
This summer, we are offering a free physio consultation for tennis players. Book your free session today!
Best-selling author and busy mother of two Clare Boyd from Haslemere talks about how her treatment at The Physiotherapy Centre has got her back on her feet after a painful multiple fracture to her leg. But her story begins in the south of France. Here’s what happened.
Offering good quality treatments that are clinically proven, is of great importance to everyone at The Physiotherapy Centre, as well as ensuring that patients find the sessions interesting and enjoyable.