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  • Tennis Elbow

    Tennis Elbow

    Tennis elbow or Lateral Epicondylagia is a common chronic musculoskeletal condition with approximately 40% of people experiencing it at some point in their lives.

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  • Are you a Hangry Person ?

    Are you a Hangry Person ?

    Feeling hangry happens when you feel unpleasantness due to hunger but interpret those feeling as strong emotions about other people or the situation you are in.

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  • Congratulations Stephanie

    Congratulations Stephanie

    We would like to congratulate Stephanie Lupano our sports massage therapist on her position with St Georges as a qualified physiotherapist.

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  • IBS and Body Confidence!

    IBS and Body Confidence!

    Irritable Bowel syndrome (IBS) is a condition of the digestive system which affects 10-20% of the UK population and occurs mainly in females between the ages of 20-30.

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  • Aqua physio

    Aqua physio

    Hydrotherapy or Aquatic physiotherapy is physiotherapy using warm water for the purposes of aiding rehabilitation.

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  • Healthy together happy together.

    Healthy together happy together.

    Even if you are busy working parent, making a few small lifestyle changes could reap big health rewards for you, your partner, and your children.

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  • Wrist Injuries

    Wrist Injuries

    The wrist is a complex joint that bridges the hand to the forearm and allows flexibility to hold, lift and carry objects in many different ways.

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  • Presentation on Cycling Injury Prevention 19th June at 7pm

    Presentation on Cycling Injury Prevention 19th June at 7pm

    If what you love doing is riding your bike, then come along to one of our presentations, we can help you to keep doing what you love doing

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  • Joint Hypermobility syndrome (JHS) in children

    Joint Hypermobility syndrome (JHS) in children

    Not all kids that have hypermobility have the syndrome. Between 10 and 50% kids are hypermobile but far fewer have associated symptoms related to the syndrome.

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