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Proximal Hamstring Tendinopathy – exercise videos, infographic and podcast

We’re very fortunate in the physiotherapy community to have some great friends who create brilliant resources and share their knowledge. Today’s short blog showcases the work of 2 such physios who have helped spread the key messages from our recent paper on Proximal Hamstring Tendinopathy (Goom et al. 2016).¬† Firstly we have Christopher Johnson, one […]

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Top 5 exercise images

I love a good infographic! This week I finally got round to joining Pinterest and realised just how many infographics and exercise pictures we’ve built up over the years. So here’s a quick blog of our top 5 most popular images and infographics… 5) Exercise is child’s play Our recent Running Repairs Course was hosted […]

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Tendinopathy – screening and action points with TendonQ

This article if the first #Clinic_All project. It’s the result of team working on Twitter to develop something useful for clinicians in practice. Please follow all these wonderful people that have helped!..@DerekGriffin86 @PdKirwan @Seth0Neill @DrPeteMalliaras @DrAiLynTan @PhysioJack @Peter_Gettings @function2fitnes¬†@AngeloCacchio and @unitedphysio. Apologies if I’ve missed anyone! It’s also included online resources from, and […]

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Groin pain, treatment and terminology – by Sam Blanchard

Sam Blanchard is a senior lecturer in physiotherapy at the University of Brighton and co-writer for He joins us today to talk about groin pain and the issues that surround it. Sam has a great lecture coming up on exercise prescription and is playing a key role in the October ACPSEM conference detailed at […]

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Putting the mechanics back into ‘biomechanics’ – By Ian Griffiths

Joining us on the site today is top Sports Podiatrist, Ian Griffiths. I’ve been a fan of Ian’s work for some time and, in particular, his great article on shoe selection was a real eye-opener for me. Ian has been challenging misconceptions around pronation and foot function for some time and recently produced two fantastic […]

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Studying Physiotherapy in the Internet Age – by James Paterson

When I studied physio the internet was in its infancy. We accessed it only through sluggish dial-up connections and had none of excellent online resources available now. Twitter, Facebook and all the brilliant blogs and sites today were yet to be created. We searched for articles by leafing through stacks of magazines and maxing out […]

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