Mummy MOTivator!

Have you struggled with pelvic or back pain during pregnancy? Are you worried you have weakened and wont cope physically at the end of pregnancy or post-natally?? Too many women struggle unnecessarily our experts at Plym Physio can help. We have some top tip exercises from our blog back in January which can help you…

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COMPETITION time…win a FREE gait analysis session

So the time has come to launch our gait analysis competition! Plym Physio is using our fancy new treadmill with some of our running clients. If you’d like some guidance on your running gait then please enter our Facebook competition for the chance to win a session on the treadmill with Nic our Clinical Lead…

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Plym Pilates…is it for you??

So Pilates is a pretty popular exercise concept these days. It was developed about 100 years ago to rehabilitate forces personnel by a man called Joseph Pilates and became fashionable about a decade ago, being applied specifically around working on peoples ‘core’ and improving their mobility. This is still a valid application of Josephs techniques…

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Plym Physio are recruiting…. do you have what it takes to join our team?!

Are you a Physio looking for an exciting new career challenge in 2019? It’s been another record-breaking year for us here at Plym Physio and due to our burgeoning caseload we’re looking for a dynamic, enthusiastic and motivated Physio to join our team, working from our purpose-built clinic and gym opposite Heles School in Plympton….

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Gait Analysis

Want to improve your running? Want to be ‘less injured’? Analysing your running style can identify patterns of movement that pre-dispose you to injury. Injury and performance are on a continuum; inefficient movement is likely to cause injury and efficient movement is likely to significantly improve running economy. Running economy…. This is the term for…

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Mums…..don’t let pain get in the way!

It’s not unreasonable to expect to enjoy being pregnant, yet many women aren’t able to do so due to pain and discomfort. A lot are told ‘it’ll go as soon as the baby is born’ and they then just struggle along for the next 4-5 months in agony. Back and pelvic pain as well as…

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