Sleeping positions that reduce back pain

Sleeping positions that reduce back pain

The importance of getting good quality, restorative sleep High-quality, restorative sleep is crucial for maintaining overall health and well-being, especially for those with back pain. During sleep, our body undergoes essential processes that aid in muscle repair,...
The Benefits Of Strength Training

The Benefits Of Strength Training

Read Time 10-Minutes The aim of strength training is to increase muscle strength and power. Simply put, improving strength refers to lifting a load, that is intense enough to challenge you for around 3-6 repetitions and completed 3-5 times. Its best to keep things...
Pain and exercise. The traffic light analogy.

Pain and exercise. The traffic light analogy.

Read Time 7-Minutes Pain is a universal human experience that can range from mild discomfort to debilitating agony. At Chiswick Physio, everyday we see how patients deal with pain differently. Pain is an essential indicator of our body’s well-being, but...
Scans Don’t Show Pain

Scans Don’t Show Pain

Modern medical imaging and technology have vastly improved and enhanced healthcare. Modern medical imaging techniques, such as MRI, CT, ultrasound, and X-ray, are helping to identify serious life-threatening disorders, diseases, and injuries, and, in this way, have...
Pain Gone, Now What?

Pain Gone, Now What?

You have finished your Physio treatment, and the pain has subsided but now what? This may feel like uncharted territory for some, which you may be asking yourself or our clinicians. We hear this a lot in the clinic, and it is entirely understandable as this can be a...
Low Back Pain – Myths VS Fact (Part 2)

Low Back Pain – Myths VS Fact (Part 2)

This is the second part of our two-part series on back pain myths. If you haven’t already seen the first part of this series, please check out part 1 HERE. On part one you will find 5 other myths and facts about low back pain. Myth 6: Low back pain is usually a...

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