Fay Pedler News

Meet Aimee

Meet Aimee

We thought it may be nice to re-introduce some of the familiar faces here at Fay Pedler clinic and welcome the new ones to you also! Today we catch up with Aimee who works Mon & Weds Evenings here at Fay Pedler Clinic. What is your background? I'm originally from...

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Iliotibial Band (ITB) syndrome

Iliotibial Band (ITB) syndrome

So during lockdown, I have been able to get out and run the local streets, footpaths and nature trails.  I am running further, faster (marginally!) and for longer as life’s restrictions and responsibilities have been temporarily reduced.  On a recent run, I developed...

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Meet Ross

Meet Ross

We thought it may be nice to re-introduce some of the familiar faces here at Fay Pedler clinic and welcome the new ones to you also! Today we catch up with Fay Pedler Clinics’ very own Sports & soft tissue therapists, Ross. What is your background? British Army –...

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Meet Jo

Meet Jo

We thought it may be nice to re-introduce some of the familiar faces here at Fay Pedler clinic and welcome the new ones to you also! Today we catch up with Jo who is a patient favourite and at your service weekdays. What is your background? I trained as a Cordon Bleu...

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Physical and mental wellbeing.

Physical and mental wellbeing.

 I recently asked (via email) my physiotherapy colleagues at the Fay Pedler Clinic a simple question: “What is the single most important element of physical and mental well being?” The responses I received; to what was certainly not a simple question were,...

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Meet Alastair

Meet Alastair

We thought it may be nice to re-introduce some of the familiar faces here at Fay Pedler clinic and welcome the new ones to you also! Today we catch up with the ever popular Alastair. What is your background? I was born and bred on Dartmoor and moved to Manchester to...

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Meet Nicky

Meet Nicky

We thought it may be nice to re-introduce some of the familiar faces here at Fay Pedler clinic and welcome the new ones to you also! Today we meet receptionist Nicky. What is your background? All sorts – I’ve worked in a factory, in the construction industry, for the...

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Why do Physiotherapists use Plyometrics?

Why do Physiotherapists use Plyometrics?

The original name for plyometric was jump training which was a training method first recognised in the 1960’s when Russian athletes achieved great track and field success at the Olympics. The term Plyometric was not used until an American athletic coach studied the...

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Stiff & Painful Shoulder

Stiff & Painful Shoulder

Shoulder problems are very common due to their design as a ball and socket joint.  In order to move our arms to feed ourselves, throw, lift, pull, catch, climb etcetera, humans have evolved to develop mobility and flexibility at the shoulder joint at the expense...

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Meet Sharon

Meet Sharon

We thought it may be nice to re-introduce some of the familiar faces here at Fay Pedler clinic and welcome the new ones to you also! Today we catch up with one of Fay Pedler Clinics’ front of house receptionists, Sharon. What is your background? After living abroad...

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