Here at The Physiotherapy Partners, we have a lot of experience treating horse riders, whether it is working to improve posture and balance or in a remedial capacity. If horse riding is your passion, you are no doubt well aware that picking up injuries is very common. It’s not just the riding and the potential […]
The Physiotherapy Partners have many years experience in the treatment of of sporting injuries and a have a practise in both Kidderminster and Halesowen. Golf is a sport that many people enjoy. On the face of it, it doesn’t appear all that rigorous but yet injuries do happen and in fact affect a large proportion […]
The expert team of physiotherapists here at The Physiotherapy Partners are able to clinically diagnose and treat many conditions, including injuries picked up through winter sports. Channel 4’s recent season of “The Jump” once again saw celebrities take on some of the most challenging and dangerous winter sports including skiing; which is still the most […]
Q: I promised myself I’d start exercising in January to shed those Christmas pounds, but the weather’s been so horrible that I haven’t really had the chance to get outside. How can I exercise without having to brave the cold and rain? – Lucy, Worcestershire
The experienced physiotherapists here at The Physiotherapy Partners are experts at treating a number of sporting conditions. In this blog post, we are going to discuss patella tendonitis, more commonly known as jumper’s knee.
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The highly trained physiotherapists here at The Physiotherapy Partners are able to clinically diagnose and treat many conditions, including whiplash.
The Physiotherapy Partners, formerly known as Worcestershire Physiotherapy, has helped patients for over 40 years now. We are able to clinically diagnose and treat many different conditions including back and neck pain and pride ourselves in being experienced, dedicated physiotherapists.
A stress fracture is a small crack in a bone, or severe bruising within a bone. Stress fractures can develop over a period of time and are typically caused by overuse or a repetitive activity. The injury is common for those who participate in running activities, such as football. In the foot there is a […]
It is definitely getting a lot colder, wetter and windier now winter is upon us, but this is not the time to hibernate! Many of us neglect staying active in winter but here at The Physiotherapy Partners we think it’s important to remain active and we have some tips to help you do so.