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Plus points if they're based in central or SE.
BUT i reckon those walk in back rub places are very good for just back stuff. they go hard for ten minutes for like £11
dunno if that's at all helpful
boyfriend has knee problems and after 4 months of "rest" still can't do any runs of more than about 20 minutes without pain, I think he needs a physio :(
obvs if he'd gone when this started he'd have been referred by now, BUT, he didn't the silly billy
after a series of ailments I'm thinking of fucking it off big time and just getting fat(ter)
I'd have a think about a musculo-skeletal referral.
saves our nhs, doesn't it
Rest my arse.
does hurt very much running
and not an ancillary mechanism? it might be an itb injury which, although prettytime consumimg to fix, is achievable without surgery or anything like that, and you can prevent against re-occurrence.
Cycling might be low impact, but overuse injury is common with it, so might be worth considering if that is an issue. he might need to adjust his posture when cycling or make some other kind of adjustment. Also, when only doing on form of exercise, repetitively, your body can become quite misaligned- once he's better, he should be doing strength/ resistance training to support his cycling.
regardless, he should see a physio, but I'm sorry I can't recommends one in London, as I only ever used one when I lived there and I did not rate him.
mine hurt after cycling sometimes
one of the most common causes of overuse injury though.
like two or three big rides on the trot
I'd try and get her
I've got a really sore shoulder at the minute.
Don't know what's wrong. Throbbing pain.
What's your diagnosis?
well an adequate one anyway.
I need the quick, casual diagnosis and suggested remedy that only disinterested, anonymous strangers on an internet music forum can give.
combination of all three of the above
because I looked that up on the internet and there I do have a full range of motion.
Go to a doctor.
But he's more an osteopath?