Category Archives: Sports Injury

Happy relocation anniversary to us!!

Exactly 5 years ago this week (January 2013) we moved out of our premises in The Aquatic Centre and into our newly converted clinic at 37 Mere Knolls Road, Sunderland.  We had been in The Aquatic Centre since 2010. Renting a small room where we provided all our therapies, did our own reception and admin work and […]

Physiotherapy in Sunderland

People often wonder what Physiotherapy is and what we do. Do we give out exercises? Do we massage? Do we manipulate the joints? Is it useful for nerves? Muscles? Joints? The list goes on…… The answer is all of the above and more! Physiotherapy can be beneficial at the first sign of a problem and […]

Getting to the point of back pain!

Back care awareness week may have finished, but we are continuing our back pain and treatment series, this week with the latest news on Acupuncture. So let’s get to the point! A staggering 10 million working days last year were lost to back pain, with the over- 50s being the worst hit. Our increasingly sedentary lifestyle […]

Bad back?

Do you have a bad back? How much do you look after your back? A staggering 10 million working days last year, with the over- 50s being the worst hit. Our increasingly sedentary lifestyle is making things worse, with the average Briton spending almost 4 hours or more a day at the computer/ laptop/ tablet. Did […]

Arnica Salve

Here at Sunderland Physiotherapy Clinic, we only do organic. So as expected all things from Neals yard are 100% natural Being an arnica salve user myself,  I feel like it helps strengthen my muscles and protects my skin.  After use I am smelling fresh and have silky smooth skin. When I use my arnica salve […]

Running and Injuries

Running season is upon us! With the running season well underway we have been inundated with requests for physiotherapy and Sports Massage appointments as people have injured themselves during training. There are a number of ways to prevent injuries too: Sports massage: A regular massage can help maintain the suppleness and flexibility of muscles. Any tightness in […]