Foot Massage in Chelmsford

Foot Massage

The foot is one of the most overworked parts of the body as it carries us throughout the day. Regardless of the stress we put on our feet; they are always neglected. A foot massage is one of the ways we can show some appreciation to our feet. A foot massage can also prove beneficial to […]
Common Headache Types

Common types of Headaches

A headache may be more complicated than most people are led to believe. There are different kinds of headaches that give out a unique set of symptoms to signal that it is happening for a reason. These different types of headaches require different treatments. The physiotherapists in Chelmsford, E...
Chelmsford Sports Massage

Sports Massage in Chelmsford

Sports massage is the specific treatment of the body to help recover from an injury, improve exercise performance, to warm-up, relax before working out or part of your training program for a  competition using soft tissue massage techniques. We would argue that you cant massage a ‘sport’ but it’...
LCL Lateral Collateral Ligament

Lateral collateral ligament (LCL) injury

The Lateral collateral ligament of Knee is also known as fibular collateral ligament as it runs from the lower end of thigh bone (femur) and gets attached to the lower leg bone (fibula). It is a thick band of tissue that holds the lateral stability or the outside of the knee joint. Lateral collat...
Deep Tissue Massage in Chelmsford

Deep Tissue Massage Therapy

The intentional use of massage as a way to treat chronic pain and other musculoskeletal disorders has been on-going for as long as time immemorial. In modern times, deep tissue massage has been used to complement muscle recuperation and treat prolonged conditions because it offers so many advanta...
Award Winning Physiotherapy Clinic

Physiotherapy in Essex

Physiotherapy is a healthcare profession concerned with maximising the potential of human function and movement. It encompasses the treatment of deformity or injury by physical methods such as massage, heat therapy, mobilisation techniques, stretches and exercises, acupuncture and other specialis...
MCL - Medial Collateral Ligament

The Medial Collateral Ligament (MCL)

Ligaments are strong, thick bands of collagenous fibres that connect bone to bone. A Ligaments role is to support a joint and to keep the joint from moving the wrong way. The Medial collateral ligament (MCL) of the knee joint is otherwise also known as the tibial collateral ligament because of it...
Back Pain

Lower Back Pain – Exercises

Do you know what makes you stand and sit upright? It’s your backbones, I mean your spinal vertebral column which consists of 33 vertebrae! The lower back is formed by interconnected 5 lumbar vertebrae, muscles, ligaments and nerves that function together to hold us upright. It is highly mobile ...