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Make the break into (and stay in!) professional football - a 10 point plan...

I have been extremely fortunate to have spent the majority of my working life as a Physiotherapist in what is widely regarded as the best…

Adductor avulsion - to repair or not to repair, that is the question.

I have been unfortunate enough to witness at first hand a number of complete “tendon” ruptures. The mechanism, reaction and description of the incident is…

What is PER4ORM?

PER4ORM is a mindset as well as being a way in which we want to assist and challenge individuals to develop and improve their physical…

The role of the “run on” medical team guest written by Chris Morgan 

The role of the “run on” physio/medic/doctor in professional sport takes on numerous guises. Whilst the court/pitch/track side role is one which doubtless has unique…

200 Days Trading....

It's May 2020 and I'm sat in a coffee shop with my good friend Chris Morgan... My career had hit somewhat of a hiatus for…

Diagnosis of Ankle Syndesmosis Injuries

Ankle syndesmosis injuries often referred to as “High Ankle” sprains are a less common but potentially complicated injury of the lower limb if not diagnosed…

Treat The Person Not The Scan

Imaging criteria when determining diagnosis and prognosis following muscle and tendon injuries

Sports Medicine Challenges During The 6 Nations

If like me you’re a big fan of Rugby Union – you’ll be enjoying the fact that the 2022 Six Nations started last weekend. For…

Complex Knee Injuries - Why no two ACL (Anterior Cruciate Ligament) injuries are exactly...

Why no two ACL (Anterior Cruciate Ligament) injuries are exactly the same. Despite the advances in both surgical repair techniques and standards of rehabilitation an…

Physio is changing…

What are peoples expectations and previous experiences when they go to see a Physiotherapist in 2022? When we consider the variation in location/facilities/practitioners/beliefs/biases it is…