Get informed as NWPG release a series of reports on various physiotherapy topics.
Free Reports From Northwest Physiotherapy Group
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Useful and simple information to help you prepare your body to ride longer, faster and prevent injuries.
Groin pain is one of the most common sporting injuries. Find out the causes, management and how to get back to sport.
Useful and simple information to help you fit your bike properly to ride longer.
Children are full of energy and always ready to play unless they don’t feel good. Growth is associated with various physical problems which can prevent your child from enjoying his favourite sporting and recreational activities.
Discover the 6 critical elements of a good golf swing
Find out how and why muscle and joint pain develop in the body. New research indicates that the way we perceive pain is changing..
Dizziness is commonly experienced in the adult population, and the prevalence increases with age. Patients often describe balance problems in terms of vertigo, dizziness, lightheadedness, and motion sickness.
Do you suffer from headaches that are generally one sided, begin in the neck and then may radiate into the head?
Research shows that low back pain (LBP) affects 90% of the population at some time in their lives, and that 80% of these people will suffer a repeat episode at a later time.
Do you have persistent shoulder pain and unsure what's causing it?
Pain on the outside of the elbow, often known as Tennis Elbow, is a common condition in the general population, and more common amongst people who perform repetitive manual tasks and play raquet sports.
Knee pain is a very common condition and can significantly restrict your lifestyle.
This report explains in simple terms what osteoarthritis is, the causes and what you can do to manage it. Contrary to popular belief, pain is not an inevitable part of the ageing process. Also, not all pain around a joint may be caused by osteoarthritis. Read on for more information.
The information in this report is based on theoretical knowledge of anatomy and biomechanics and clinical experience developed over 16 years as a Physiotherapist and many more as a runner.