23 Aug 2018

Patellar Tendinopathy

Have you ever experienced pain in the front of your knee? Anterior knee pain can be caused by a number of anatomical structures, one such structure is the Patellar Tendon. If you are unsure what tendon pain is, there is a fantastic Blog by B+M Physio Blake detailing 5 important facts for tendon pain that […]

1 Aug 2018

ACL Rupture – Do I Need Surgery?

Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) rupture get a lot of coverage in elite sport and can take players out of action for a whole season. At this high level an ACL reconstruction is performed quickly to ensure a rapid return to the players chosen sport. However, is this necessary for the rest of us? Just to […]

29 Apr 2014

What to Expect at your First Session

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Our friendly reception staff or Physio staff will be there to greet you on arriving at one of our Bend + Mend clinics. We will ask you to fill in a New Patient details form and then take you through to one of our private treatment rooms for your Initial Pilates Assessment. Your Physiotherapist will […]

15 Jul 2012

Pilates and Low Back Pain – The Evidence

The evidence-based effect of Clinical Pilates into the treatment of lower back pain has been a hot topic in the last few years.  Poor motor control (both over and under activity) as well as inadequate or excessive mobility leads to a muscle imbalance , injury and/or associated pain.  

7 Feb 2011

FAQs

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How long will I need to wait to see a Physiotherapist ? We will always offer you the first available appointment, often on the same day.  Most people are seen within 24 hours. What are the clinics’ opening hours? We are open at 7:30am every morning and have appointments available until 7.00pm from Monday to […]