Home visits as the lockdown starts to ease

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It’s starting to look as though the coronavirus pandemic may be beginning to abate and I am looking forward, like you, to getting back to ‘normal’, whatever that may mean, as soon as is sensible. But we are not in the clear yet and so it’s vital that we don’t assume we can just go […]

Coronavirus lockdown: Boris Johnson update 10 May

Boris Johnson addresses the nation on TV 10 May 2020

I’m writing just after Boris has made his latest announcement, and it looks as though we may be (slowly) heading for the end of the lockdown, as and when the conditions are right. That sounds exciting, and I for one am looking forward to getting back into clinic and providing a full physiotherapy service again – […]

How does online physio work?

I’ve written a few posts recently about how online physiotherapy can help, but I’m now getting questions about the logistics: how exactly does it work, and how do you access it? How to book a session The first step is simple: call my team on 0207 175 0150! Reece and Tasha will be able to […]

A message for HR directors in lockdown!

Let me help you stop your staff screwing up their backs while they work from home! I’m getting lots of people contacting me who are working from home and who have switched from their ergonomic workstation in the office, to a laptop on the sofa or at the dining table. And they’re starting to hurt: […]

How can online physio help?

Since the start of the lockdown, I’ve had to switch from seeing patients in clinic, to treating patients online. It’s been an interesting process! England rugby physio Dave O’Sullivan has been massively helpful in coaching me through how to translate my hands-on skills into the online arena, and I also practised on a handful of […]

Coronavirus: latest update on the lockdown

Due to the coronavirus lockdown, I’ve sadly had to close my clinic in Liverpool Street. However, treatment is absolutely continuing – just online instead of in clinic. It’s really important to me that my patients don’t lose momentum with their recoveries, and I’ve therefore put together a number of solutions to make sure that I […]

How to make working from home work for you

Working from your laptop on the sofa is bad for your back!

Over the past week, I’ve had quite a few people who are working from home contact me because they’re starting to struggle with neck and back pain. They’re suddenly working from their laptop on the sofa or on the dining table, having obviously switched suddenly from their ergonomic workstations, and things are starting to hurt. […]

Coronavirus: physiotherapy now fully online

Well… it’s been one heck of a week, and I hope you and your family are staying safe. Now that we’ve all been effectively grounded, after a lot of thought, I have made the decision to transition 100% to online physiotherapy treatment sessions, helped by the fact that the company who make my clinical notes software have […]

Coronavirus: things to do at home while social distancing

It occurs to me that while we are all practising social distancing (whether that’s through actual quarantine if we have the coronavirus, social isolation if we’ve been exposed to it, or simply social distancing because we’re being careful and our workplaces, pubs and clubs are shut), we may have more of an opportunity to consume […]