• Tendon pain

    Tendons are thick, strong metabolically adaptive structures found all over the body. They are what join a muscle to a bone and are key structures for transmitting force i.e causing a joint to move. Common areas of tendon pain include, heel, knee, side of hip, elbow…

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  • Keeping active over the festive period

    Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from all at Jonathan Clark Physiotherapy! The festive period is a time to relax, unwind and reflect on the year and maybe set some new goals for 2019. December is often a difficult month for keeping to healthy eating and fitness…

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  • Work the World

    Work the World

    One of our Physiotherapists, Anna Oโ€™Connell has spent one month working at Kandy Teaching Hospital, the second largest hospital in Sri Lanka. She has been offering her Physiotherapy skills across a range of departments including Musculoskeletal Outpatients, Orthopaedics,…

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  • Keep Calm And Exercise

    With all of these ever-changing guidelines, such as how many portions of fruit and veg we should eat every day, how many hours of sleep we should get every night, it can be difficult to keep track of it all! The Department of Health recommend 150 minutes of moderate…

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