Monthly Archives: March 2017

Welcome Back!

We would like to congratulate Rachel Noble on the birth of her son, Tristan, on November 17th, 2016. We would also like to welcome her back to work from maternity leave. It is great to have the whole team back together once again!We would like to congratulate Rachel Noble on the birth of her son, Tristan, on November 17th, 2016. We would also like to welcome her back to work from maternity leave. It is great to have the whole team back together once again!

Whiplash-Associated Disorders

The QTF definition of Whiplash-Associated Disorders has been adopted as the definition of acute or sub-acute simple neck pain for the purposes of this blog. Whiplash is an acceleration-decelration mechanism of energy transfer to the neck. It may result from situations such as motor vehicle accidents and sport related injuries. The impact may result in bony or soft tissue injuries, which in turn may lead to a variety of clinical manifestations. There are many methods to assist the recovery of Whiplash-Associated Disorders which Back into Read More +The QTF definition of Whiplash-Associated Disorders has been adopted as the definition of acute or sub-acute simple neck pain for the purposes of this blog. Whiplash is an acceleration-decelration mechanism of energy transfer to the neck. It may result from situations such as motor vehicle accidents and sport related injuries. The impact may result in bony or soft tissue injuries, which in turn may lead to a variety of clinical manifestations. There are many methods to assist the recovery of Whiplash-Associated Disorders which Back into Read More +

Do you sit at a desk all day?

A lot of people spend a large part of their day sat at a desk or in the work environment. Current UK exercise guidelines recommend adults aged 19-64 take at least 150 minutes of moderate to vigorous intensity physical activity each week (aiming to be active every day). There are many stretches and techniques, like the ones pictured above, that can assist your everyday posture and reduce the chances of muscle tightness. Speak to your Back into Motion Physiotherapist for more information about personal techniques Read More +A lot of people spend a large part of their day sat at a desk or in the work environment. Current UK exercise guidelines recommend adults aged 19-64 take at least 150 minutes of moderate to vigorous intensity physical activity each week (aiming to be active every day). There are many stretches and techniques, like the ones pictured above, that can assist your everyday posture and reduce the chances of muscle tightness. Speak to your Back into Motion Physiotherapist for more information about personal techniques Read More +