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August 2017


Case Study - Patient with a fractured thigh bone

DS is a good amateur level endurance cyclist. He was cycling to work in central London in July 2016 and was involved in a collision with a motorist. After x-rays were taken at St Thomas’s hospital it was established he had a complete fracture to his right femur (thigh bone).

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Case study - A Rugby player with an ankle injury

Nick sprained his ankle whilst playing Rugby for Rosslyn Park RFC. He was attended to on pitch side by the club physiotherapy staff and fitted with a brace. His Rugby club medical staff realised he was looking at a reasonably prolonged time out of the game and was unable to train fully due to the ankle injury.

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5 Of The Best…....Tips to manage Low Back Pain

Low back pain is an extremely common disorder and is the leading cause of sick days, reduced productivity in the workplace and disability in the western civilisation accounting for 11% of the total disability of the UK population! Approximately 84% of people will suffer with back pain lasting up to 6 weeks in their life time and many of these people may go on to develop chronic low back pain (pain lasting more than 3 months). Here are 5 of the best tips to manage low back pain

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