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Jun 28, 2022

Queen’s Tennis Club

Many top international players use the tournament as a warm-up for Wimbledon – finding their feet on a grass surface after playing on the red…

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Intermittent Hypoxic Therapy

But did you know that the benefits of reduced oxygen are not just about running faster or improving your lung capability – but could also…

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Cryotherapy

Athletes and dedicated sportspeople use ice baths and ice immersion to help their muscles recover after intensive exercise.  And proponents of cold-water swimming rave not…

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What Are The Most Common Cycling Injuries and When to...

What Causes Cycling Injuries? Whether you’re a recreational or a pro cyclist, whether road biking or mountain biking, injuries are most often caused by overuse,…

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Returning to the gym after lockdown

Returning to the gym after lockdown

Our exercise habits have changed significantly during the COVID-19 lockdowns and subsequent reduced access to gyms and sports facilities. Many of us have been cautious…

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An Interview with Sir John Royden

John Royden is a patient of ours who takes on the challenge to swim 42 miles swimming across Lake Geneva this summer for The Brain Tumour Charity….

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Most Common Golf Injuries

What Are the Most Common Golf Injuries?

If you are a regular golf player, it’s highly likely that you have suffered some pain or discomfort from it at some point. While it’s…

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Climbing Injuries: Diagnosis, Treatment and Prevention

Climbing Injuries: Diagnosis, Treatment and Prevention

Climbing is one of the fastest-growing sports in the UK. It is estimated that more than 1 million people take part in rock climbing in…

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Common Figure Skating Injuries

Figure skating is one of the most high-impact sports around. While it used to be all about gliding around on the ice with beauty and…

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Ankle Ligament Tear

When To Seek Treatment for An Ankle Ligament Tear

You twist your ankle – perhaps doing something as innocuous as stepping off a kerb, perhaps running on uneven ground or in the middle of…

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