Golfing injury prevention tips!

GOLFING INJURIES AND PREVENTION TIPS Golf is one of the most popular sports across the UK, and with it being one of the only sports allowed in Phases 1 & 2 of our way out of Lockdown, its popularity will no doubt be on the rise.  There are an estimated 1.5 million...

Warming up for Golf

GOLFING WARM UP Golf is one of the few sports we can return to in Phase 1 of our route out of lockdown. It’s important when resuming any sport after a period of inactivity, that we are aware of pacing our return. This will allow your joints, muscles and tendons...

Returning to Tennis

  With Scotland going back to more and more of the normal activities in June and July of 2020 many questions arise. Outdoor individual sports such as tennis and golf will be the first ones to return to in our attempts to get back to movement. However, as all...

Cycling for Beginners: Basic Bike Setup

Cycling for Beginners: Basic Bike Setup and Safety Tips   We have been noticing a lot more people using cycling as their daily exercise recently and thought we would bring you some useful tips to ensure you areoptimising your comfort, performance and safety.  ...

Athletes – How to keep training

Athletes- How to Keep Training     Are you an athlete? Do you exercise regularly? Participate in a team or individual sport? To help prevent the spread of coronavirus, the UK has been in lockdown since the end of March and will continue to do so until further...

Runners Knee

What is Runner’s knee ? Runner’s knee is a term used as an umbrella term to describe a cluster of symptoms of knee pain that is frequently encountered in running athletes. Other terms that have been used to describe this condition are “anterior knee pain”,...

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Caroline Bennett
On Behalf of PhysioFlex (West Lothian) Ltd