A trigger point in your infraspinatus muscle can cause some impressively nasty pain in your arm and shoulder. What causes your infraspinatus to go wr...
I hope you don’t mind me dropping you a quick email to say thanks as always for the excellent physio work. Also, thanks for expertly attaching what is clearly ‘go faster tape.’ I got a PB, 1.46.04, nearly two minutes off the previous one (and, as a Gloucester man, it’s fab to not have Bath as my PB anymore). After a couple of days’ rest, the shin felt OK and well supported. It doesn’t quite feel like that this morning, though, so no running for a day or two yet. I had a pre half marathon sports massage with Ben at C1. I had a painful knee in training, but Ben found the cause of the problem straight away and the massage made a huge difference which meant I ran on the day practically pain free. Very very grateful!
I hurt my back at the gym - nothing major, but I thought I better get it checked out. My friend couldn’t speak highly enough of the guys at C1, so I checked them out. My friend was right! Super professional, super friendly, and amazing treatment! Not only is my injury well on the way to being sorted, but they’ve helped me fix all sorts of other problems that you don’t even realise are there until they’ve been put right! Incredible. Whether there’s something explicitly wrong with you or not, if you’re over 20 years old you should go and see these guys.
So, today I have seen a bloke who works for t.co/Bp16i2hH12, a barrister, a barista and a Regimental Sergea… t.co/HcxwpkbQas
Elly Nashat, one of our great therapists talks ankle pain causes and treatment t.co/ZSkFzbxkOE
“Are you sitting comfortably?” coccyx pain is literally a pain in the backside, what can be done? Have a look here: t.co/6GPnZs6dGW
Now look at that - that is exactly the sort of gym/ PT you should be going to. Not a grey machine in sight - the r… t.co/XDvq194Zwn