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Patient Misconceptions In Physiotherapy (Part 2…)

Patient Misconceptions In Physiotherapy (Part 2…)

September 11, 2017Comments Off on Patient Misconceptions In Physiotherapy (Part 2…)

Following on from Part 1 (Misconceptions 1-5), we conclude with misconceptions 6-10… “Pain Equals Harm” While this is an entire (future!) blog in itself, pain [&hellip

Patient Misconceptions In Physiotherapy (Part 1..)

Patient Misconceptions In Physiotherapy (Part 1..)

May 9, 2017Comments Off on Patient Misconceptions In Physiotherapy (Part 1..)

Misconceptions Heard In Our Physiotherapy Clinics (Part 1…) Our physiotherapists, across any of our 5 clinical sites (Glasgow West End, Mosspark, Clarkston, Newton Mearns, & [&hellip

The Myth Of Maintenance

The Myth Of Maintenance

March 23, 2017Leave a reply

The Myth Of Maintenance Below is the abbreviated version of a conversation frequently heard with patients in our clinic. We hear stories along such lines [&hellip

Stretching – Anatomical & Athletic Considerations

Stretching – Anatomical & Athletic Considerations

January 5, 2017Comments Off on Stretching – Anatomical & Athletic Considerations

Stretching Stretching has long been a fundamental component of exercise, but should it be? What benefit does it hold and what is actually happening to [&hellip

Foam Rolling – What’s It All About?

Foam Rolling – What’s It All About?

December 22, 2016Comments Off on Foam Rolling – What’s It All About?

Foam Rolling  Should I Be Foam Rolling? This self-release treatment has been growing in popularity over the last few years. With increasing numbers of gyms [&hellip

The Stages Of Normal Tissue Healing

The Stages Of Normal Tissue Healing

November 30, 2016Leave a reply

Normal Stages of Healing Understanding how an injury heals and the stages it progresses through allows our physiotherapists at K.M. Woods Physiotherapy  to accurately plan [&hellip

Do You Actually Have A “Bad Back”?

Do You Actually Have A “Bad Back”?

April 12, 2016Leave a reply

  In physiotherapy, one of the most curious trends we see is the amount of patients who report having a “bad” back. Often this issue [&hellip

Pilates Vs. Yoga…Thoughts of a Physiotherapist

Pilates Vs. Yoga…Thoughts of a Physiotherapist

January 15, 2016Leave a reply

By; Liam Roberts M.C.S.P. Primarily, when dealing with conditions such as lower back pain and sports injuries, our patients often ask for our thoughts on [&hellip

That Famous Question – Heat or Ice…?

That Famous Question – Heat or Ice…?

January 15, 2016Comments Off on That Famous Question – Heat or Ice…?

Heat or Ice Application Post-Injury? One of the most common questions we receive from our patients is whether to use heat or ice treatment on [&hellip