With the Euro 2016 warm-up matches kicking off this week and the Champions League final in Milan coming up, football players who have been working hard all season will be feeling the heat! Football is the world’s most popular sport with over 3.5 billion fans, 265 million registered players, 5 millions registered referees and officials […]
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.
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 […]
Ask The Physiotherapy Partners is our monthly feature where you can send us your physiotherapy questions and we talk through how physiotherapy may help you recover from your injury and what the process would typically involve. Our question this month was: Q: I regularly play football, and think I am suffering from a groin strain. […]
The Physiotherapy Partners treat a number of different injuries and offer a great range of services as treatments. Pulling your hamstring or having a hamstring strain is a common leg injury for anyone. During sprinting activities, such as playing football, is when this injury is likely to occur and involves tearing one or more of […]
The football season is finally back! The season is always full of many surprises, from shocking defeats, to key players being out due to injuries. Here at The Physiotherapy Partners we are top of the league at treating many different football injuries. In this blog we will talk you through a common and well-known football […]