Tag Archives: posture

  • What is Neck Pain?

    Neck pain is a very common condition and most people will suffer pain in their neck at some point in their life.  It can range from a mild discomfort to a more severe pain and be due to a sudden acute onset or be more of a chronic problem. Neck pain is more frequently seen […]

  • Sciatica

    Most people suffer from back pain or sciatica at least once in their lives. It is a very common problem but it doesn’t have to be serious. Your spine is one of the strongest parts of your body. It is made of solid bony blocks (vertebrae) separated by discs (a bit like a jam donut […]

  • The Importance of Stretching

    For specific stretches please give us a call to make an appointment with one of our chartered physiotherapists – Fleet Street 020 7404 0023 or Baldock 01462 893586. General Stretches: The benefits of stretching include reduced muscle soreness after exercising and even better performance. Do not bounce – it risks pulling or tearing the muscle […]

  • Your back and how to care for it at your desk

    Back pain is a huge problem all over the world affecting both men and women alike, and strikes every type of worker, from truck drivers and labourers, to executives.  Although back pain is common, when you are the one who has it, it may seem that no-one else can truly understand your suffering. It can […]

  • Tennis Elbow

    Summer tends to encourage us all to hit the sun drenched tennis courts. Unfortunately, it also means that it’s the time of year for tennis related injuries. One of the most common is tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis), a pain on the outside of the elbow, which can radiate down into the forearm. This involves a […]


    Treat yourself to a Healthy Spine It is a requirement by law (under the 1992 Health & Safety Regulation) that companies provide a work-station/ergonomic assessment for their employees. Our assessment is designed to increase awareness in how to use the workplace to prevent bad postural habits. The participant will learn a better understanding of themselves […]