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  • Nutrition and Recovery - top tips!

    In order to best understand how Nutrition can help to speed recovery and healing, it's imperative to understand how your body actually responds to injury and the processes that take place thereafter.

    In any injury, there is generally a three-stage recovery process made up of inflammation, proliferation and remodelling. Let's look closer at each stage, identify exactly what's happening, and explore how you could harness the power of your diet to optimise your recovery.

  • The tragic passing of Mike Ho

    We received the tragic news of the passing of our friend and former colleague, Mike Ho, who died on Monday 18th March. No doubt those who knew Mike over his years at Bodybalance will be deeply upset at this news. Mike was a popular and well liked part of the Bodybalance team from 2011...

  • Back Pain, Physiotherapy and the Two Week ‘Critical’ Window

    The conclusion of a new piece of research into back pain management and physiotherapy has found that patients should receive physiotherapy within two weeks of onset to optimise their clinical benefits. The study published in 2012 in the medical journal, Spine, was conducted by physiotherapist, Julie Fritz at the University of Utah. A major review...

  • Hanging out with Team GB at the Freestyle World Championships

    Our TASS physiotherapist, George Labor, shares his experience of working with Team GB at the Half-pipe competition of the Freestyle World Championships in Oslo, Norway. It had been a long time since I was this excited opening a parcel! Within it was my first bit of National team kit. Inside was a bright red jacket...

  • Challenge Barcelona 2013 (part 2)

    Nicki Combarro’s second installment in her blog series on training for an endurance triathlon. She is participating in a study at the University of Hertfordshire investigating the effects of training for an ironman distance triathlon. So the weeks are ticking by and I am almost half way through my challenge of a lifetime! Over the...

  • Challenge Barcelona 2013 (part 1)

    Nicki Combarro has signed up to take part in a research project to investigate the effects of training for an endurance triathlon. Here is the first installment of her experience. Challenge Barcelona 2013 The count down has begun….. With 7 days left before I start the biggest challenge of my life, I am beginning to...

  • A bobsleigh sprint training camp… IN TEXAS?

    Kessie Soper shares her experience of travelling with the British Bobsleigh team to their sprint training camp at the Michael Johnson Performance Centre in Texas. As part of my role working with TASS (Talented Athlete Scholarship Scheme), I accompanied the British Bobsleigh development squad on a training camp to the Michael Johnson Performance Centre in...

  • Runners Knee: what it is, how to treat it, and how to prevent it!

    Runner’s Knee is the common name for “Ilio-Tibial Band Friction Syndrome.” The Ilio-Tibial Band (ITB) is a long band of very strong tissue that runs from the lateral crest of the hip down the side of the thigh, attaching just below the knee joint (you can feel it on the outer side of the knee...

  • An Olympic effort: Nicki Combarro’s 83 day long Summer of Sport

    Looking back through the diary, my summer of sport consisted of 83 days! London 2012 was a fantastic experience that is hard to put into words and one that many of us will never forget being involved in; however I am secretly relieved that it is all over and normality can resume! My Olympic journey...

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    Our special offer on Sports Masage: Buy 3, Get the 4th FREE!...

  • IN BALANCE, Volume 1, issue 2, Autumn 2012.

    Bodyabalance newsletter Autumn 2012: The newsletter of Bodybalance Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic Featuring: What we did this summer Introducing Alan Barbero Rolling out our online booking All you need to know about the calf muscle Click on the link above to be taken to a pdf version of our newsletter...

  • Trackside at the Athletics, London 2012

    George Labor shares his experience of London 2012. So after months of anticipation and nearly losing the belief that it would ever happen, the e-mail finally arrived. I thought it was yet another e-mail telling me I was still under consideration. But when I opened it, there was something different about this one...

  • On the Fencing Piste at London 2012

    Kessie Soper shares her experience of London 2012. Having volunteered to provide physiotherapy support for the London 2012 Games, I was allocated to the sport of fencing which was based at the Excel arena. Fencing is a sport which I’d only worked with briefly once prior to the Games, so this provided a fantastic experience...

  • Our new website is finally finished

    www.bodybalancephysio.com We’re very happy to welcome you to our new website and blog. There have been several months of hard work in the making of this but we like it and hope that you do too. You can also… Like us on facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bodybalancephysio Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/bodybalphysio or even connect to us on...

  • IN BALANCE, Volume 1, Issue 1, Summer 2012

    Bodybalance newsletter Summer 2012: The newsletter of Bodybalance Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic. Featuring: Bodybalance and the upcoming Olympics Our new logo and a new name for the North London clinic Meet the admin team Extended opening hours – evenings and weekends now covered. All you need to know about the hamstring Click on the...

  • Welcome to our new blog

    Welcome to Bodybalance Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic. We’ve decided to start a blog as part of our new website which we are creating to go with the planned rebranding of our clinic in North London. Watch this space for more details. Like us on facebook: www.facebook.com/bodybalancephysio Follow us on twitter: @bodybalphysio https://twitter.com/bodybalphysio...

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