Sports Massage

Regular sports massage can be a useful tool in improving your performance and helping to prevent injury from physical activity. Many people who train regularly at the gym or even through a daily commute such as a run or cycle…

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Social Media? Sure!

Did you know we are on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter? To follow us just use the links at the bottom of the page

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Marathon training injuries

So you’re training for a marathon, it may be your first, it may be your 20th, but injuries can happen along the way and here are a few tips as to how to approach things. You’re a runner, and runners…

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How much treatment is necessary?

One of the questions I am asked the most by new patients is “how many sessions do you think I will need?” and this question is one of the hardest yet easiest to answer. My general response is that every…

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Running Injuries

Running is a sport that people respond to rather like they do to marmite. They love it or hate it. Very few tend to ambivalently sit in-between. When you are a runner, you like getting out there, mostly rain or…

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Workplace Ergonomics

Here at Evolution one of the things that we see the most is people who suffer musculoskeletal pain from sitting poorly at their desk or from not having their desk set up correctly. So to help with this we have…

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Sports injury clinic and therapy

So you’ve hurt yourself in the gym, or had a bit of a fall when out running. It’ll be ok. Won’t it? It’s not like you were going really hard and you exercises a couple of times a week. You…

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Sciatica

Truly there is little else that is used as such a catch all phrase for any disorder originating in the lower back or legs which causes pain at some area along the sciatic nerve, hence being known as Sciatica. And…

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Dry Needling

Here at Evolution we are now qualified to provide Western Medical Acupuncture, otherwise known as Dry Needling. Dry Needling involves the application of acupuncture needles into tight, painful areas in your muscles known as “Trigger Points”, or sometimes referred to…

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