27 Mar

SPEAR neurological and musculoskeletal team client success

SPEAR Sports Injury and Physiotherapy specialise in sports injuries and neurological rehabilitation; providing treatment for muscle and joint injuries, Orthopaedic surgery, rehabilitation and work related neck and back pain. Whilst all our clients enjoy success after a period of physiotherapy and proper recovery methods, now and again a story comes to our clinic that really breaks boundaries.

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27 Mar

Physiotherapy and managing concussion

SPEAR’s Chartered Physiotherapist, Lisa recently held a talk to the  University of Aberdeen’s rugby team on Concussion. During her time with rugby and touch rugby teams, Lisa has seen many concussions with varying degrees of severity and recovery times, by establishing connections with local Touch Rugby teams and university teams she aims to promote awareness, safety and how to manage concussion.

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27 Mar

SPEAR introduces Physio Bikefit service

PhysioBikefit is an assessment session, fitting your body to your bike. Using a turbo trainer, the Physiotherapist will assess your body mechanics whilst you are riding your bike and guide you through a range of exercises specific to cycling form to assess body mechanics.

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27 Mar

SPEAR brings AposTherapy to the Westhill Clinic

SPEAR Sports Injury and Physiotherapy aim to provide the highest quality physiotherapy and neurological rehabilitation and our #teamSPEAR chartered physiotherapists work alongside various partners to ensure we keep our clients moving. Balanced Edinburgh are providers of AposTherapy and we have partnered with the clinic to bring AposTherarpy to the SPEAR Westhill clinic.

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27 Mar

Bespoke SPEAR Clinic opens in Westhill

In May 2016, SPEAR Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic opened their fourth clinic in Westhill, Aberdeenshire. The purpose-built facility is the largest of the four-SPEAR clinics and plays host to a private treatment room, six-beds, retail as well as a Yoga and Pilates studio.

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27 Mar

Golf and lower back pain

David Fanthorpe, a chartered physiotherapist with SPEAR is a keen golfer and works alongside Karen Young treating clients with golf-related injuries.  David and Karen also recently delivered a presentation in association with the Kings Links Golf Centre to golfers on related-injuries, recovery and prevention from a physiotherapy perspective. In this blog, David addresses concerns regarding growing trends of golfers incorporating weight training into their routines and some myths surrounding lower back pain. 

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27 Mar

Physio:Run and some of your favourite running apps

With the modernisation of running, there certainly are a lot of apps out there that can help with your training! An app not only helps monitor distance or pace but some of them can map your run, help with motivation, monitor load and over training, build up a network of running buddies or help you venture into the unknown.

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27 Mar

The benefits of Move-Ment

It is a common goal for our physiotherapists across all the SPEAR services as we aim to keep you moving and facilitate move(ment) in recovery and rehabilitation. We spoke to SPEAR physiotherapist, James who runs our SPEAR:Run, on the benefits of movement and choosing to move-more.

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