Elite Physical Medicine is delighted to launch its brand new women's health service. Gemma West, women's health specialist brings vast experience of treating expectant mothers and new mums. Please contact the clinic for more details or to book an appointment.
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Congratulations to our Clinical Lead Paul Thawley who has passed his exams and has been awarded a post graduate certificate in MSK Sonography. Ultrasound scans already benefiting our patients in confirming diagnoses and guiding rehabilitation.
Emily left Elite Physical Medicine in early June. She first started at Elite as a receptionist during a gap year after leaving school. On completion of her studies she returned to the team and over the last five years has developed her clinical skills culminating in her Masters degree last year. She is taking up a [...]
Fresh from his rehab, goalkeeper Alfie Jones delivers man of the match performance for MK Dons U15s beating Barcelona 3-0 !!! Well done Alfie from all the Elite team, hard work clearly pays off.
The word core is used frequently to refer to a central part of the body, maybe the abs, maybe part of your back, but there is rarely any clarification of what “the core” really is. This article aims to explain specifically what is meant by the term core and why so many people claim it [...]
As marathon season approaches many of you will be lacing up your running shoes and heading out into the miserable weather to get yourself fit for the big day. There have been numerous studies into marathon training related injuries – some studies reporting up to 90% injury rate for those training for [...]
The time between sustaining an injury and receiving treatment can have a significant impact on the outcome of your recovery... Most structures within the body are healed as well as they can be between three and six months, pain that lasts longer than three months is referred to as chronic pain. This is less about [...]
With the start of the football season and returning to play after a summer off, it is inevitable that people pick up injuries before the season really gets going. From chatting to patients it seems fairly common to either neglect a warm up completely or at most to do a few static stretches while chatting [...]