Our story began when Andreas, our lead physio, noticed throughout his career that there was a disconnect between traditional physio approaches (which focus on getting others pain-free) and the principles of sports physiotherapy. The latter helps people to get back to a high level of performance while reducing the chances of an injury recurring.
While two very different things, we were seeing a lot of patients who were coming to us for a second opinion following care elsewhere. These clients had often managed to get rid of their pain initially, however, they were experiencing recurrence of the problems at a later date often appearing due to ongoing issues with either their strength, mobility and control, or a combination of the above – all of which had often been left unaddressed to the appropriate level.
By combining the principles of both, you can return to your normal activities without experiencing pain and prevent injuries from recurring in the future. This inspired the creation of All Things Physio, bringing together these two approaches, to help our clients get fitter and stronger for life.
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OUR FLEXIBLE APPROACH
We’ll tailor all management plans to your needs and guide you through your chosen programme step by step. We tie this into our ‘Fit for Life’ ethos, helping you to change your mindset – we don’t want a history of injury to make you feel you have to be held back in any way.
For example, we may use our gym equipment and other measurements tools to initially focus on eliminating your pain. However, once this has been achieved, we’ll ensure you’re as strong, flexible and well balanced as possible to help prevent future injury recurrence. This is why we have such high satisfaction rates as seen by our 5-star Google reviews.
Our team has years of experience, covering a range of disciplines from Clinical Pilates to sports physio services. All of our physios are qualified to provide the services they offer, with a passion for delivering exceptional customer service and flexible approaches to all the clients who come through our doors.
As well as providing advice, support and tailored programmes, we operate from a variety of facilities across the area which can aid your recovery. We have clinics in both More Energy Fitness Centre in Kingston and Bounce in Wimbledon, allowing us to see patients from across the area, including New Malden, Surbiton, Norbiton, Berrylands, Ham, Hampton Wick and beyond.
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ANDREAS WAS EXTREMELY PROFESSIONAL AND CLIENT FOCUSSED. HE SOUGHT TO UNDERSTAND THE PROBLEM AND TO FIND SOLUTIONS THAT WORKED FOR ME WHILST WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP WITH MY PERSONAL TRAINER TO PROVIDE A COHESIVE APPROACH AND MANAGEMENT TO GET ME BACK TO GOOD HEALTH. A GOOD PHYSIO IS HARD TO FIND - A GREAT ONE IS A TREASURE! -
Lead Physiotherapist As a lifelong sports enthusiast Andreas understands the requirements of any sports' discipline and the need to have you back on the move as quickly and safely as possible. His experience dealing…
Physiotherapist & Clinical Pilates Lead Gemma graduated from the University of Birmingham with a Masters in Physiotherapy and began her career working for a local private practice and the Beaconsfield Rugby team.…
Physiotherapist & Clinical Pilates Instructor Eileen graduated from Curtin University in Perth, Western Australia with a Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy) and has since worked in several private practices and…
Senior Physiotherapist James, a proud New Zealander and Welshman, gained a keen interest in Physiotherapy through his own personal experiences of injury through playing rugby at county level in Wales where his team…
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#Strength training is a vital component of all rehabilitation programmes. #Deadlifts are often thought as hard, challenging exercises which should be avoided for people with #lowerbackpain
However research shows that deadlifts can have a significant improvement on quality of life and severity of pain in those suffering from lower back pain.
Aasa et al 2015 showed that those completing heavy deadlifts three times a week had a significant reduction in pain and similar outcomes to those doing lighter exercises every day despite exercising much less frequently.
Welch et al 2017 showed that patients with lower back pain for over three months had significant reductions in lower back pain, improved quality of life and reduced disability after four months of deadlifting.
Lifting heavy weights, with correct form, allows the body to get used to picking items up from the floor. This prepares the body for day to day tasks such as picking up boxes or laundry baskets from the floor.
Want guidance on how to undertake a strengthening rehabilitation programme? Find a local sports physiotherapist or message All Things Physio directly.
Great to see @lifting_polarbear getting back to his strong man training. #golferselbow can be very debilitating but can be effectively treated by modifying load and working on improving mechanics throughout the whole neuromusckuloskeletal system.
By no means the finished article but looking forward to working towards the upcoming strong man comps together.
On our last video we were looking at the ability of the body to do two things:
1: mimic the motion of a side step in #rugby as a measure of lateral power side to side
2: assess the ability of the body to rapidly decelerate medial forces at the knee on landing.
This second measure was key as it analysed control of knee valgus on landing, a movement associated with #ACL injuries.
With this video we are now looking at the bodies ability to absorb those same forces but also how it can accelerate out of that position into the opposite direction.
With this patient post right #aclrepair the ability of his body to go into but, even more importantly, explode out of medial forces at the knee is vital.
Again we are looking at both quantitative (distance travelled using the @matassessment) and qualitative (landing mechanics) components of this movement.
These are all part of a battery of tests we use to thoroughly assess our patients prior to reintroducing participation in #sport.