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Month: June 2019

Running related knee pain? It could be down to your hamstrings …… Here’s why.

Blog produced by Jason Dodd Clinic Manager, Sports Therapist and member of the Physiotherapy and Musculo-Skeletal Team at Bodylogics The Sports Therapy Clinic. Muscle fatigue has long been seen as the main cause of athletic injury.  Studies from Scandinavia show that sports injuries constitute 10–19% of all acute injuries seen in emergency departments, and the most common types are knee and ankle injuries. Running is one of the leading injury related activities for women and men aged 20 years and above.  The injury rate for …

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Can Sports Massage Therapy help recovery from injury?

Blog produced by Jason Dodd Clinic Manager, Sports Therapist and member of the Physiotherapy and Musculo-Skeletal Team at Bodylogics The Sports Therapy Clinic. As a Sports Therapy Clinic we offer a wide range of services. Our most popular service is undoubtedly our Sports Massage Therapy treatment. With more and more people taking up sport in their spare time for the obvious health reasons, coupled with the added pressures of life from our working environments, Sports Massage Therapy has become a highly sought after service. We …

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Are MRI scans as good as we think and believe

Can you rely on MRI scan’s?

Blog produced by Jason Dodd Clinic Manager, Sports Therapist and member of the Physiotherapy and Musculo-Skeletal Team at Bodylogics The Sports Therapy Clinic. There is a common belief by many patients and healthcare professionals that an MRI scan will definitively tell them what is causing their pain.  However, its just not this easy and sometimes MRI scans can lead to more problems than they solve. The big problem with MRIs and all other scans is the high variability in the interpretation of what is seen …

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It is official – cycling is good for you!

Blog produced by Jason Dodd Clinic Manager, Sports Therapist and member of the Physiotherapy and Musculo-Skeletal Team at Bodylogics The Sports Therapy Clinic. In 2016, cardiovascular disease (CVD) was one of the five leading causes of years of life lost. Physical inactivity is associated with CVD and CVD risk factors,  and the WHO has declared physical inactivity the fourth leading risk factor for global mortality. Approximately a quarter of the world’s adults are physically inactive. Globally, the level of physical activity has decreased over previous …

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Dry Needling – what is it and how can it benefit you?

Blog produced by Jason Dodd Clinic Manager, Sports Therapist and member of the Physiotherapy and Musculo-Skeletal Team at Bodylogics The Sports Therapy Clinic. Dry needling can offer relief for muscle pain and stiffness as well as improving range of motion and flexibility. It’s being offered by more and more physiotherapists around the world, and Bodylogics can offer both this and Medical Acupuncture to help you with your injury or recovery. What is dry needling? The process consists of inserting a thin filiform needle into the …

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osteopathy can help treat bones in running related injury

Osteopathy can help treat your running pain.

Blog completed by Lead Osteopath Andrew Terry who is available for treatment at both our Barnet and Tufnell Park Clinic. Regular Osteopathy can help with improved body function and help reduce the likelihood of injuries. The job of an Osteopath is to not just find out what is wrong but why, so that we can make sure your pain doesn’t come back. This is never more apparent than when working with complaints due to running. The issues runners experience are quite unique as there are so …

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