Welcome to the pelvic floor!

Welcome to the pelvic floor!

You might have heard the term pelvic floor thrown around but what is it? The pelvic floor are a group of muscles that support your bladder, uterus and bowel. They prevent incontinence, prolapse and play an important role in sexual function for both sexes. The muscles...
Headache Relief

Headache Relief

Headache Assessment Headache relief comes from a thorough assessment. We can tell in the clinic if your pain is musculoskeletal by taking a history of your headaches and assessing your joints, muscles and nerves. If we see anything of concern, we will refer you to...
Running, walking and hip pain!

Running, walking and hip pain!

RUNNING, WALKING and HIP pain! Have you experienced any hip pain, after taking up running or walking since the COVID-19 lockdown. This blog by our resident physio Lakshmi Varma gives an insight into some of the causes of hip pain. If you have experienced hip pain,...
Elbow Pain – Common Causes & Tips

Elbow Pain – Common Causes & Tips

The elbow joint is made up of the humerus, radius and ulna bones with muscle and tendon support from forearm and upper arm muscles crossing the joint at the front, back and sides. Deeper down ligaments also offer support on both sides. We also have 3 nerves (radial,...
3 Tips to Improve your Squat

3 Tips to Improve your Squat

Yes, please help me improve my squat! Here’s a few mistakes we commonly see in the clinic with customers squats. Improving your technique can lead to reduced pain & better strength gains! Make sure you check out instagram or facebook @myothrive for more tips...

Sciatica is not a medical diagnosis…

WHAT IS IT? Did you know Sciatica or Sciatic Nerve pain is a term used to describe a set of symptoms caused by an underlying medical condition; it is not a medical diagnosis. It may refer to a sharp or burning pain that radiates down the legs from the buttocks. For...

Natural Pain Relief – Understanding your pain is key

Do you UNDERSTAND your pain? Did you know you can change your pain at a cellular level by how much knowledge you have about your pain? Its called Pain Re- education which turns into Cellular Adaptation. Yes, the more you know, the more you feel better. Ignorance isn’t...

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