Hypermobility, and Physiotherapy

At Bevan Wilson, we have parents refer their children to us, reporting: Often getting pain and stiffness in the joints and muscles – particularly towards the end of the day and after physical activity Keep getting sprains and strains Keep dislocating your joints (clicking joints, or “pop out”) Having poor balance or co-ordination Night pains […]

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Let’s Play Tennis! Jack Hill’s invitation to you.

  We are seeing increasing number of tennis injuries as the weather changes for the better. We’ve put together a basic 5 point plan to prevent you sustaining a tennis injury this summer;     1) Don’t jump straight in – if you haven’t played since last summer – don’t go out and play 5 […]

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Bevan Wilson Newsletter Spring 2019

  Introduction Physio Health Tips External Activities Getting Back into Outdoor Pursuits Team and Services Introduction   Introduction As we welcome the return of the Surrey sunshine, I would like to offer you all a warm welcome to our latest Newsletter. As with our bodies, Bevan Wilson is in a constant flow of change, and […]

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An Event for Your Diary

As the Spring arrives (not just yet), we start to emerge from hibernation, and get outside. Bevan Wilson loves to get involved with local to us community events. There are many to choose from! So, with the help of Kelly’s Funding Fundraisers, we are going be a part of the Kelly’s Cycle Challenge Sunday, 19 […]

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Neuro Physiotherapy Service at Bevan Wilson

NEUROLOGICAL PHYSIOTHERAPY Service available at Bevan Wilson Boxgrove Clinic and for Home Visits. Our physiotherapists have many years’ experience working in NHS and private hospitals as well as in the community and work closely with Consultants, primary healthcare providers, patients and their families to ensure complete continuity of treatment. Neurological physiotherapy involves the treatment of […]

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Jack Hill Shares His Experience

Jack shares his experience of working with NMES (neuromuscular electrical stimulation). NMES or EMS (electrical muscle stimulation) is carried out with the use of a small machine, as pictured below. One of the brand names that market these machines is “Compex”, but there are other brands.       NMES is a technique I use to […]

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