21 March 2015
Toni Keech is a physiotherapist at Physiokinetic. She has a specialist interest in cycling injuries and bike fitting. In this month’s blog, she describes her recent experience of completing Retul’s Cycling Specific Injury Management course at the home of GB Cycling in Manchester with some of the world’s leading authorities on the subject. She goes on to discuss one of the most common overuse injuries affecting the cycling population – patello-femoral pain syndrome (PFPS), providing some useful guidance on typical causes and simple preventative measures.Read more
01 March 2015
Rock Climbing is a sport of increasing popularity. The most common injuries that occur within the sport are from overuse, accounting for 97% of all those recorded. The vast majority of those affect the hand and fingers. Here, Physiokinetic’s Anna Curnow provides an insight into the type of injuries and the best way to manage/prevent them.Read more
05 February 2015
Never Stop Moving Forward!
Physiokinetic recently moved out of its first home at The County Ground, Edgbaston. Our principal home and registered office since 2003, this was quite a moment for the company…..Read more
18 August 2014
Toni Keech works as a Physiotherapist at Physiokinetic Limited. For this month’s blog, she describes some of the processes and detail involved in the Bike Fit service that she offers at the clinic. If you have a cycling related injury or are looking to optomise you bike set up and eek out that extra bit of performance, this may be the service for you! For more information on the Physiokinetic Bike fit, please call on 0121 440 7736 or email firstname.lastname@example.orgRead more
11 May 2014
Lucie Gosling is an Extended Scope Practitioner (Specialist Physiotherapist, Young Adult Hip Service) at The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital. She now also works at Physiokinetic. For this month’s Blog, she provides an insight to her expertise in this relatively new, exciting area of orthopaedic medicine. Arguably the foremost authority in this specialist area of physiotherapy in the Midlands, Lucie now leads Physiokinetic’s service for patients requiring expert hip assessment and treatment.Read more
17 January 2014
In the Summer of 2012 Physiokinetic physiotherapist Anna Curnow worked at the London Paralympic Games. Here she reflects on that ‘once in a lifetime’ experience and looks forward to Glasgow following her selection as a Field of Play physiotherapist.Read more
06 January 2014
In July last year, Physiokinetic turned 10 years old. The first blog of the new Physiokinetic website allows us to tell you what we are about; who we are striving to be.
It still sounds strange to say ‘I am a company director’, even more so when adding ‘and have been for the last decade’. It would be easy to consider this a success, having survived the deepest recession in most people’s lifetime. But is survival success?Read more