Tag Archives: physiotherapist in Maidenhead

5 Tips To Improve Posture

Poor posture is one of the most common causes of back pain. Slouching puts a strain on the muscles and joints connected to your spine, and also compresses your lungs and intestines. This can lead to difficulties with breathing and digesting food. However, there are some simple techniques which can prevent problems from building up. […]

Top Tips For Alleviating Back Pain At Home

Many of us have experienced back pain in our lives and we know how debilitating that can be. Given that so many of us are working from home, and may not have a proper setup for our posture, it’s more important than ever to think about your posture and introduce activities and exercises to look […]

Why Strengthening Your Body Is Important For Injury Prevention

When many people hear the term “strengthening exercises”, they immediately think of heavy weights and challenging gym routines, but as the Guardian recently pointed out this couldn’t be further from the truth. In fact, regularly doing some basic strengthening exercises in the comfort of your own home can make a significant difference to your body […]

Three Reasons To Never Skip Warm-Ups

The human body is flexible, adaptable and capable of amazing things. However, like with many things in life, we have to be prepared to get the best out of ourselves. Warming up is a vital part of any exercise, performance or preparation for sport, along with practice and a sports therapist, and without an effective, […]

Top Tips For Getting Into Running And Avoiding Injuries

Even though the gyms are open again, you might be craving more time outdoors and be looking at how you can vary your fitness regime to ensure you are able to stay active in the event of a local lockdown. Running is a great exercise that’s completely free, but there are a few elements you […]

Work-From-Home Still Causing Aches And Pains

Some people may have returned to the office, but there are still millions of people working from home, and even after all these months they are still struggling with aches and pains due to poor posture at their WFH workstations. Many adults regularly experience musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions such as back, neck, shoulder and joint pain. […]