The World is Going DIGITAL, Come with Us? + Afternoons at Bradford!

Hi-ho hi-ho, it’s online we go! If there is one positive thing that the COVID19 pandemic, it is surely the lightning pace at which we’ve all adopted new technologies. Like it or not tech is here to stay and has allowed the vast majority of us to remain connected to loved ones while living in […]

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We’re Re-opening, May 4th! + Strict New Hygiene Controls

We’ve made it this far, let’s make it count! Firstly, congratulations to all of us for making it through the hardest stage of lockdown. With this in mind and as the regulations ease up (a little) we’ll be able to cautiously re-open with very strict hygiene and infection control protocols in place. What does this mean and […]

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Update Regarding COVID-19

Dear Patients, In light of the current COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent nationwide lockdown, our physical practices will be closed until April the 17th or until further notice. In keeping with the current regulations and best practice, we have decentralised our practice to ensure that you, our patients, are able to continue with your rehabilitation […]

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IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: Infection Control Protocol & COVID-19

Dear Patients, Stay calm, help your neighbours and wash your hands.  Physiotherapy Bedfordview will remain open during the recently declared State of Emergency. We have put strict measures in place to ensure the safety of our patients and staff. As per our usual infection control protocol, we continue to be extremely vigilant and take the following precautions;  […]

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Is Taping/Strapping just a Fad?

We have all seen someone, whether it be an Olympic athlete on TV, or a fellow trainer in the gym, brightly decorated with various coloured tapes on different muscle groups. Naturally, you would think that “if the top athletes are using it, it must be legitimately backed by science and evidence for them to be […]

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Groin Pain Is NO Game!

“Our Pelvic Area is the center of our universe, if the muscles aren’t working we can’t move forwards” – Trevllyn Murray While this may seem a little dramatic, the theory stands. The pelvic muscles are all necessary to move the legs in a walking motion. Amongst them, the adductors, hip flexors and rectus femoris (one […]

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