Bevan Wilson Autumn Newsletter 2019

As we say goodbye to the summer and welcome the rustle of leaves falling and shorter days, I would like to offer you all a warm welcome to our latest Newsletter. Introduction As we say goodbye to the summer and welcome the rustle of leaves falling and shorter days, I would like to offer you […]

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Why Recovery After a Running Event Is Important

Tips for recovery after a running event. Recovering is a vital part of reducing injury and improving performance – recovering not just from big events, but from every run.   Here are a few tips for immediately post running to ensure you’re recovering optimally; Warm down – finish your run/event with some gentle jogging and […]

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Introducing William Lane – Massage Therapist

William (Will) is offering sports massage at Bevan Wilson. Here he introduces himself.     As a multi-faceted therapist, I have worked successfully in treating a wide range of clients to relieve pain and restore ease in movement. Historically, my client base includes athletes, physical and desk bound workers in treating a wide range of […]

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Understanding Neck Pain and Restricted Movement

Will Lane, sports massage therapist offering massage at Bevan Wilson, shares his experience of working with neck pain.   Neck pain and restriction in your range of movement can be resultant from various factors, affecting the soft tissues (muscles, tendons and ligaments), facet joints of the upper spine. Tightness in the soft tissues can impinge […]

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Yoga, for a more efficient running style

When done correctly, yoga can enhance your strength, flexibility and balance which all translates into a more efficient running style, improved body awareness and injury prevention.   Karen Love, our spinal and Pilates specialist shares her tips for an improved running experience. There are many different types of Yoga but typically you will see faster […]

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Running – Practical Tips by Marie Byrne

    Bevan Wilson’s very experienced physiotherapist Marie Byrne shares her experience of running, avoiding injury, and practical tips.   Classical running goals may include: achieving personal best times (PBs or PRs), running a certain event (e.g. the debut marathon), qualifying for an event (e.g. a World Major Marathon), or beginning to run for fitness, […]

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Don’t let injury affect your Cycling

  Cycling is one of the fastest growing sports in the UK and is enjoyed by athletes of all ages, genders and abilities. Unfortunately, as with any sport, there is an associated risk of injury seen with cycling. There’s nothing more frustrating than injury preventing you from performing your sport – either performing pain free […]

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Don’t let injury affect your tennis participation

Tennis is a highly popular year-round sport which can be played by all, requires a small amount of equipment and embraces many attributes, such as agility,  athleticism, tactical awareness, resilience and hand-eye coordination. Tennis has been ranked the 5th most popular sport in the world, by participation. During a tennis session, a player may hit […]

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Clinical Pilates probably improves balance and strength in older adults. At Bevan Wilson, we believe it is useful in rehabilitation work.

At Bevan Wilson Physiotherapy Clinics, we are about to launch a new service, Clinical Pilates. This will consist of small groups, or one to one sessions becoming available to book. To enlighten you as to the value of Clinical Pilates, this blog gives some insight into the evidence base for the exercises, and how it […]

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