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27 Sep 2018

Getting to know... Marie!

What do you love about working at ProPhysio? All the lovely people. Being able to help people to have a better quality of life If money was no object, what would you do all day? Work with under privileged children/fostering Who is your hero and why? My son Ethan. He’s the strongest person ... (click to read more)

20 Sep 2018

Common Myths about lower back pain

Lower back pain is a very common problem and it affects a large amount of the population. Due to this there is a lot of different advice out there of how best to deal with it and it’s often the opposite of what you would imagine! So we’re ... (click to read more)

10 Sep 2018

Some Physio tips to prevent back to school sports injuries

We are now approaching the end of August and both primary and secondary schools will soon be back in full swing after the Summer Break. This means that the vast list of sports being played in these schools will soon be well under-way. This usually also means there ... (click to read more)

26 Aug 2018

Getting to know Darrin!

What do you love about working at ProPhysio? I really enjoy having the opportunity to use my skills to make a real difference to people’s lives. I love the team environment and the cakes and treats that we all bring in on an almost daily basis! What is the most exciting thing you’ve ... (click to read more)

06 Aug 2018

Osteoporosis and 10 interesting facts about your bones.

The human skeleton is pretty amazing – you begin life with 270 bones. Whilst in the womb, your mother loses 5% of her bone content all of which goes to you. The total number of bones in your body actually decreases to 206 as some bones fuse together and ... (click to read more)

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