Entries by Leeds Physio

We’re Open

Good News! We are proud to announce that from Monday 29th June, we will be re-opening the Clinic to our regular business hours. Please ring the clinic number to speak to one of our Physios or send us an email to book an appointment. We have missed seeing all of our clients in the clinic […]

Unfortunate News

We feel extremely sad to have to temporarily close our clinic but this is according to government instructions. However, we still intend to deliver our usual high quality physiotherapy service to new and existing clients through virtual assessments and follow up sessions. We would ask you to join our Leeds Physio Clinic Facebook page if […]

Coronavirus Update

In order to reassure all existing and future clients, we would like to make you aware that whilst we remain open, we have been taking additional, rigorous hygiene precautions within the clinic to limit the spread of coronavirus. We ask of course that should you present with any symptoms such as a continuous cough and/or […]

HRT in Shortage?!

A recent study by Danish researchers suggested that acupuncture could significantly reduce some of the most unpleasant symptoms of menopause in a relatively short course of treatment. . The study included 70 women. The experimental group received 5 weekly standardised acupuncture treatment. Improvement was significant within 3 weeks, including reducing the intensity and frequency of […]

Why Yoga. Why Not.

How many times have you been told yoga is good for you? Countless I’m sure. Really though, the benefits of yoga shouldn’t be underestimated. It is a safe and effective way to increase physical activity, especially strength, flexibility and balance. So why don’t people want to do it (or even try it). Yoga is for women! Ok. I […]

To Ice or Not To Ice

That is the question. Often people ask for advice as to whether they should use ice after injury of not. At schools, pupils are educated on the RICE principle – Rest Ice Compression Elevation – but what should you really be doing. When to use ice? Apply ice for 15-20 minutes every 2-3 hours within the first 48-72 hours following […]

Never Too Late

Many adults aged 65 and over spend, on average, 10 hours or more each day sitting or lying down, making them the most sedentary age group (NHS). As we get older, it becomes much more important to remain active with studies suggesting from 30 years of age, we begin losing 3-5 percent of muscle per […]

Going Green

On January 6th 2020, Leeds City Council will be introducing the Clean Air Zone which, although directly related to commercial vehicles coming in and out of the city, has led us to think about how clean we are as a small business. It is hard to avoid the desperate need to live ethically in a […]

PwC Ride the Nation

With the Tour de France coming to an end I thought there would be no better time than to reflect on  PwC Ride the Nation (#PwCRtN), PwC’s charity cycle event with which Mike, Sarah and John helped out. Starting in Birmingham, a team of just five riders attempted to cover a distance of around 2,000 […]