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Newsletter, Christmas 2017

Newsletter, Christmas 2017

Dear All, As we come to the end of another year we can reflect on all this years goings on… Penny retired, Helena got married, Chris moved to Nottingham, Christina’s daughter got married, Olly returned, Ben and his wife Charlotte had a beautiful baby boy and Alison

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Newsletter, 20th Anniversary

Newsletter, 20th Anniversary

Welcome to our 20th Anniversary Newsletter On the 1st of November we celebrated the 20th anniversary of Hillview Physiotherapy. It’s hard to believe that it’s 20 years since the clinic first opened it’s doors. We would like to say a huge thank you to all the staff

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Newsletter, Early Summer 2017

Newsletter, Early Summer 2017

Dear All, Well what a dry Spring we have had so far, although, as I write it looks as if it might pour at any moment! Like us, we’re sure many of you will be in your gardens getting things ready for the summer, wistfully hoping there

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“Growing Pains”

"Growing Pains"

Julie and Anne recently attended the Windsor Knee Clinic Educational Study Day. It included interactive lectures on children’s orthopaedics, cardiology in sport and practical adult orthopaedic management in primary care. Many adolescents presenting with non-traumatic knee pain are those suffering with “growing pains” or Traction Apophysitis. In

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Achilles Tendinopathy

Achilles Tendinopathy

The Achilles tendon is very strong. It’s located at the back of your ankle and connects your two calf muscles to the bone in the heel of your foot. The tendon is made up of many collagen fibres. There are several ways in which the tendon can

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Kegel Exercises

Kegel Exercises

I was very amused to read an article in the Sunday papers about a lady who lifts weights with her pelvic floor! Her name is Kim Anami and she is a 44 year old mother of one. It would appear that we have lagged behind women in

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Knee Pain

Knee Pain

Anterior knee pain is also known in medical terms as Patella Femoral Pain Syndrome (PFPS). Pain at the front of knee is often cause by a muscle imbalance, meaning certain muscle groups are overworking and tight and other muscles are weak and not providing enough support. This

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