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Is poor posture contributing to your back pain?

Back pain is very common and in most cases, it isn’t serious. It usually improves within a few weeks or months, but there are some things you can do to help reduce the risk.  Causes of back pain Identifying the cause of back pain is not always possible, this type of...

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Aches and pains? Virtual assessments now available…

What does a 'virtual’ or ‘remote’ assessment look like? As we all adapt and adjust to our new ‘normal’ in these unprecedented times, we at Emma James Physio continue to put the needs of our patients at the forefront of our practice by providing a service to enable you...

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Identify Common Running Injuries to Stay on Track

How a virtual assessment can help with common injuries associated with running.  Are you using your daily lockdown exercise hour to keep up your running? Or have you been nominated by a friend to run 5km to raise money for NHS Charities and you don’t know where to...

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What Is Pelvi Power?

What Is Pelvi Power?

What is Pelvi Power? The newly developed Pelvi Power Training is non-invasive and is based on magnetic field stimulation and the bio-feedback of your body. It is used to strengthen the pelvic floor after birth, bladder weakness, menopause, back pain, prostatectomy,...

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Fibromyalgia, managing the pain

Fibromyalgia is a rheumatic syndrome characterised by chronic widespread pain, often associated with fatigue, unrefreshed sleep and cognitive problems. But what can be done? read on to find out more >>>

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Burned out: Baby blues or PND? Help is at hand…

Clinical Psychologist Dr Shireen Saluja shares her expertise on the taboo topic that many mothers experience.   What are the most common issues that mothers face post-pregnancy? The most common problems are body issues, lack of sleep, feelings of failure, feeling...

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Endometriosis

Its Endometriosis awareness month. In this weeks post we discuss what Endometriosis actually is, the symptoms and how it can be treated.

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Why we should Exercise

According to NHS England Adults should do some type of physical activity every day. But what counts as exercise and why do we need to? Our latest blog post by Senior Physio Lisa explains more.

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For all new mums that love to run!

If you’re a new mum who would love to return to running again then this post is for you. Senior Physio Adam discusses what you need to be aware of and how to start back to running in a safe and manageable way.

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Pilates for Men

After so many years of Pilates being stereotyped we are finally seeing the benefits of Pilates being recognised by the wider demographic. In this post we discuss how Men can greatly benefit from Pilates.

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Managing stress – make time for YOU!

Managing stress – make time for YOU! Floatation therapy is a powerful stress reliever. It promotes calm and peaceful relaxation, improves sleep and alleviates stress (physical and mental) read on for more ideas on managing stress.

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Sleeping Posture and Lower back pain

How you sleep plays an important role in managing back pain, as certain positions place more strain on the back than others. Here are some tips for staying comfortable at night.

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Treat your Pelvic Floor to more!

Pelvipower is the new Swiss technology-driven treatment for increasingly common issues such as incontinence, pelvic girdle pain, sexual health/dysfunction, and back pain. This service will be available at Emma James Physio from Dec.

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Growing Pains in young footballers

Growing pains can occur in children following a period of rapid growth and/ or increase in sporting activity. Read on to find out what you can do to help your child manage growing pains.

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Pilates – gain a balanced body and mind

Pilates practice can help you gain a balanced body and mind. A balanced body is one that is mentally, emotionally, and physically stable.
The beauty of Pilates is that anyone, at any age can get started. Read on to find out more >>>

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Football injuries in kids

Playing football has many benefits, however, as with all sports there is some risk of injury. Read my advice on how to treat football and sports injuries in children.

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Physiotherapy & Cancer Treatment

Providing people with a cancer prehabilitation programme (an exercise programme delivered before treatment) is stated to improve outcomes, raise quality of life & reduce the risk of the disease progressing. Read on for more info >>>

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Sports Massage – Not just for Athletes!

Sports massage is regularly advertised as a treatment modality for only highly skilled athletic performers. The fact is, sports massage can be beneficial to ANYONE regardless of sporting ability or exercise participation.

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Exercise & Mental Health

My names India and I am a new Sports Therapist working at Emma James Physiotherapy. Today I will be talking about exercise and mental health, but more specifically how outdoor water sports may be exactly what you need to try!

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Growing Pains

As a parent or guardian we all know the pain of Growing pains! It can occur in children following a period of rapid growth and/ or increase in sporting activity….

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Work related stress & how to manage it

Up to half a million people in the UK experience work-related stress every year, which often results in illness (Health and Safety Executive 2011). Read on to find out how that stress can be managed.

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Rheumatoid Arthritis Awareness Week

It is National Rheumatoid Arthritis Awareness Week 2019. Physiotherapy can help treat and manage people with rheumatoid arthritis to help an individual achieve their short and long-term needs.

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“I’ve got that Plantar Fa…something”

At some point, we’ve all experienced some kind of pain in the foot, or know of someone who is currently experiencing/complaining about persistent foot pain. But what exactly is Plantar fasciitis?

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Looking after your mental health

MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS WEEK 13- 19TH MAY 2019 Mental health in numbers…. 1 in 6 adults will have experienced a common mental health disorder in the last week. Severe mental health illnesss affects about half a million adults in England and these individuals will have...

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Megaboost IV – Vitamin Infusion

A month or so ago I was feeling frazzled.. Rushing about attempting to balance work, kids and home life had left me catching cold after cold, constantly drained, irritable and generally frazzled. Emma James suggested I try a megaboost vitamin infusion at Champneys....

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Stability and posture of the upper back

It is important to have a good stability and posture of the upper back. No matter if you are a runner, swimmer, cyclist or use the gym it is key to incorporate these exercises into your daily routine.

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Lower Back Pain – What works best?

Non- Pharmacological (medication) treatment for chronic low back pain- what works best? A recent pre print article in The Lancet looking at 77 research randomized control trials (which are deemed a high quality of research trial) concluded that best treatments include...

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The importance of rest and recovery when training

This should be the easy part of our training but it tends to be the most neglected part. Rest is just as important as the actual training itself. In order to see an improvement in performance, our body needs to be exposed to stresses, the body then needs time to adapt...

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