** COVID-19 UPDATE **

After a lot of research and organising Plym Physio is preparing to reopen for face to face consultations. Unfortunately the Covid-19 pandemic and easing of lockdown does not allow for a ‘back to normal’ service. Our regulatory and professional bodies are supporting a ‘virtual first’ approach which means for a lot of clients video consultations…

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Remote Physiotherapy Assessments and Treatments

Here at Plym Physio we are working really hard to continue providing best patient care in these rather unique times of isolation. We have purchased software that allows us to safely interact with you (GDPR and medical insurer compliant). When you make an appointment with us we then send you an email to invite you…

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Covid-19 Latest update from the clinic

    Our world is changing daily if not hourly so must businesses like ours. After the initial stress and heartbreak of what Covid-19 could mean for the population generally and the clinic specifically and wondering whether we can make it through to the ‘other side’ I’ve had a good hard think and word with…

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Coronavirus Update

    Coronavirus Update WE ARE OPEN We just wanted to let you know Plym Physio is open and operating. We take this pandemic seriously and want to reassure you we have put inlace measures to ensure your safety. For some of you little niggles and aches may be able to be put on the…

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Feel the (pilates) love

Are you feeling the love? Is it time to start feeling how well our bodies work for us? If you’re struggling to feel the love then Plym Pilates is for you. All the Valentines banter aside many of us struggle to appreciate how amazing the human body is and how powerful the brain is at…

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New Year New You?

We are well and truly in 2020 and January seems to be going on forever! How are the resolutions going?? I have been keeping to mine which was simply to ‘do a bit more’. I’ve swapped one of the morning dog walks for a run which is actually not as bad as I was expecting/dreading….

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Wear and tear on joints, to exercise or not?

We get a steady stream of patients here at Plym Physio with wear and tear joints, degenerative joints or osteoarthristis. These are all ways to explain the same thing- a joint which has degeneration as a result of ageing and lifestyle and is now considered ‘normal’ in the medical world. We intervene when symptoms from…

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Plym Physio ‘backing’ back care awareness week

October 7th – 11th is Back Care Awareness week and the focus this year is back pain in golf. Nic has put together a couple of exercises to get you thinking about your golf action and possibly help improve your technique. When she talks about it the links with Plym Pilates are quite apparent. Movement…

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Physi-go mum MOTivating at NCT classes

Plym Physio is trying to spread the word about Physi-go mum. We have hooked up with NCT and are attending the Bumps and Babies sessions that the NCT are running in the locality. Nic is taking her bag of tricks to the sessions and offering Physio advice to mums with bumps or babies. We’re really…

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Ready to run??

I’m now 6+ weeks post fracture and I’m thinking I could be ready to run. I’m pretty consistently testing it out with different stresses when I’m treating patients so I think I’m ready to have a little go. My test for this is hopping. It’s a quick test I use with my runners to see…

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