Last year I spent some time training on a CPD course with Simon Lack up at Marjons University in Plymouth. We covered all aspects of anterior knee pain, from Mcconnell taping techniques to medial meniscus tears. His philosophy emphasises the importance of the hip. And a recent audit on my patients suffering from knee pain […]
Would just like to express my apologies to the County of Cornwall over the last 2 weeks. I became a Father on Boxing day which has been truly amazing but challenging nonetheless. And typically, the clinic has been unbelievably busy the last fortnight. Please please please leave a message on my mobile, or email and […]
Today I found an interesting article browsing the world wide web from Men’s Health on shoulder stability. Inflammation and impingement of the rotator cuff is becoming increasingly common due to the busy environment of our lives. Follow these few basic exercises to promote long lasting pain free movement of the shoulder joint.
Kernow Physio this week proudly obtained a contract for stocking Lake Shoes in 2015. Lake are at the pinnacle of cycling performance and have body biomechanics at the forefront of their design. This allows their shoes to support your feet in a manner which reduces excessive forces on the knee, ankle, and hip to allow the […]
Hi there, I would just like to announce that Kernow Physio is going from strength to strength and the County of Cornwall is increasingly becoming aware of the successful Physiotherapy clinic located in the centre of Cornwall. In 2015 Bristol will be hosting a list of courses this year for CPD to maintain professional standards. […]