Navigating the Court: 5 Common Squash Injuries and How to Avoid Them

Squash, a dynamic and fast-paced sport, is as exhilarating as physically demanding. While it offers an excellent cardiovascular workout and hones your reflexes, it also brings with it the risk of specific injuries. To help keep those pesky injuries at bay, our physiotherapists have put together a guide to help you recognise the five most […]

23rd January 2024

5 Best Warm-Ups for Racket Sports

Racket sports like squash, padel, tennis, and badminton are dynamic and exhilarating, demanding agility, speed, and precision. A proper warm-up is essential to perform at your best and reduce the risk of injury. Our physiotherapist Kaylee has tailored a list of the best warm-ups for racket sports. These exercises prepare your body for the dynamic movements, […]

23rd January 2024

What is cupping therapy, and how does it work?

The trouble with natural therapies is that they often sound pretty painful. With Shockwave Therapy, Acupuncture’s needles and now the suction used in cupping therapy, those of us who are squeamish might take some convincing.   But in reality, the pain is nowhere near as bad as it looks. Although it leaves behind slightly strange-looking […]

17th December 2021

What is Dry Needling, and what is it used for?

Are you wincing in pain at the thought? Don’t worry; although we usually see dry needling in cartoons as a series of painful jabs (it feels like a classic Tom and Jerry sketch), the reality is far more soothing. In fact, very few of our clients were previously aware of the remarkable benefits of dry […]

7th December 2021

Does Sports Massage really work?

Does Sports Massage really work? This is a question I get asked all the time by my inquisitive clients. I have seen for myself over the years how massage has helped people with many problems that other kinds of therapy have not improved. It has many benefits, whether it’s injury management, performance enhancement, a recovery […]

11th November 2020
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