Tag Archives: health

Groin strain – the causes and the treatment

The groin is the area of your hip between your stomach and thigh, located where your abdomen ends and your legs begin. The groin region consist of a range of ligaments, tendons, muscles and fascia (a sheet or band of fibrous tissue that covers or binds body structures together) all…

Advanced Back Mobility Exercises

Please In this vlog, our senior physiotherapist Joel Poirier demonstrates an advanced, dynamic approach to mobilise (warm up) your back. This could be utilised as part of your pre-exercise warm up or simply as part of your daily routine.

These movements are not suitable for everyone. If you are unsure please check with your physiotherapist or GP.

Elite Therapy is a multidisciplinary sports therapy and physiotherapy clinic in Coventry. We treat a range of injuries both sporting and non-sporting as well as back, neck and musculoskeletal pain. Elite Therapy’s services include assessment and diagnosis, physiotherapy, sports therapy, massage therapy, taping and ultrasound. There is also an on-site rehabilitation gym, and a studio for Pilates and yoga classes.

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Lymphatic Massage: detoxing your body and aiding your immune system

The proper functioning of the lymphatic system is critical to our body’s ability to drain fluids, detoxify, regenerate tissues, filter out toxins and foreign substances, and maintain a healthy immune system. The aim of  lymphatic drainage massage is to improve lymph drainage by moving the excess fluid in the lymph…

Simple Tips to Relieve Back Pain When Running

Back pain while running, particularly for long distance runners, is quite common. Unfortunately, most of these runners who experience back pain are unaware of some simple skills that they can introduce into their exercise routine to take control. In this short article, I am going to highlight some key postural change…

Heel Pain – Causes and Treatment

If you’re experiencing pain in the heel of your foot, it may well be plantar fasciitis, the medical term for the thickening of the plantar fascia. The plantar fascia is a broad, tough and flexible band of tissue, which runs under the sole of the foot. It connects the heel…

Chronic pain – treatment and management

Chronic pain is an unpleasant sense of discomfort or pain associated with actual or potential tissue damage where the pain has been present for more than three months. Chronic pain can be described by sufferers as continuous or intermittent and it may vary from mild to very severe. Chronic pain…

Stand straight, breathe better

We all breathe. It’s a necessity of life and something we generally do without thinking about it. Most of us also don’t tend to think about our posture and how we sit or stand. However, if we do think about them it becomes clear how interlinked they are. Don’t believe…

Standing workstations are a waste of money… or are they?

Recent press coverage is suggesting that people who use standing workstations are continuing to experience aches and pains at work. Ummmmm…. well yeah!  I don’t think it takes a genius to figure out that standing at a work station for long periods of time is no better (well maybe marginally)…

Hamstring pain when running?

Runners will often complain of hamstring pain when putting in the miles. Unfortunately, hamstring pain isn’t a particularly straightforward problem. Pain in this area during loading, like in a sport such as running, can be down to a whole host of reasons. In more occasions than not the pain can be…

Keep that rotator cuff rotating with these simple exercises

The rotator cuff is a combination of four muscles and associated tendons that connect the upper arm to the shoulder blade. It’s particularly important as it both stablises the joint and allows the shoulder to rotate and lift. Damage to the rotator cuff can lead to considerable pain. Typically, this…