Find out how this simple exercise can reduce you chances of experiencing neck pain, shoulder pain and headaches and keep a healthy neck for longer.
Headaches, neck pain, disorientation? Do you want to know more about how your neck works and how we can help you?
As a physio who specialises in the treatment of neck and neck-related disorders, as well as being an (amateur) racing driver I obviously have a keen interest in head and neck supports and frontal head restraint (FHR) devices.
I have recently seen a patient who has an interesting story. He was referred to see us by his consultant for management of neck pain and dizziness/disorientation.
Jeremy, Tara and Adele with Stuart on the morning of the Weybridge Community Regatta
Here is an interesting talk about the further effects of posture…
Here is an interesting article from the BBC…
Congratulations to Richard Newey who finished 97th in his age group. Well Done Rich, that is an awesome achievement!!!
Here is an interesting article on the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy's website about neck related (cervico-genic) headaches. As you will read, one of our team, Michael O'Reilly, was interview for this article. Both Michael and Katie Wratten are trained in the Dean Watson approach to the management of headaches.
Here is an excellent video that really captures some of the problems our modern environments and what can be done about it…
Gill has continued in her super human ways. She was the fastest woman to the top of the Gherkin only 50 seconds slower than the fastest man!
Well done Gilly, you show us all a blistered pair of heels!!!
See the link below…
Gill has been at it again, winning the Swinley Duathlon and coming third in the Winter BallBuster at Box Hill. Nice one GB!!!
After the Iron Man, Gill thought it would be a good idea to do the TransAlps mountain bike race… Endurance sports? Gill is your Physio!!!
One of team was recently interviewed for an article regarding the role Physiotherapy has in the treatment of Headache. This article appeared in the ... issue of Frontline, the publication of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.