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Skiing injuries: Downward trends
Should we be operating on ACL Injuries?
Spinal Discs Are Strengthened By Running
Osteoarthritis: Low Life Time Risk for Joint Replacement
Sleep and Well-being: Ways to Improve sleep at night?
Tendinopathy: Pathological tendons are stronger than healthy tendons
Run away from that hip replacement
Treating plantar fasciitis: A case study
Are ergonomic assessments helpful?
Understanding pain: Sciatica
Understanding Pain: The fragility of the link between pain and trauma
Osteoarthritis of the knee – does not mean pain!
The benefits of sleep – ways to improve sleep: Part III
Tendinopathy – How do you treat tendon pain?
Patellofemoral pain of the knee – how do you treat it?
The benefits of sleep – the link between sleep and pain: Part II
The benefits of sleep – emerging evidence: Part I
Schoolbags do not increase the risk of back pain
Running the London marathon – running injury
Stress and pain sensitivity
Physio near me – in the Notting Hill, Ladbroke Grove, Bayswater or Kensington areas
Low back pain: why we need to pay attention?
How do you treat shoulder impingement?
How do you treat plantar fasciitis?
Does degenerative disc disease exist?
Running and arthritis: Does Running Damage our Joints?
Looking for a Physio in Ladbroke Grove?
Does Exercise Help Chronic Neck pain?
Treating Pain with Acupuncture? A Physio’s Perspective
Happy New Year from your Physiotherapist In Notting Hill
Is knee osteoarthritis preventable?
Is Surgery for Chronic Knee Pain the Answer?
Get Inspired by Older Athletes
Overcoming the Fear with Persistent Back Pain – There Is A Way Out
Surviving the Chill in Notting Hill – Physio’s View
Being active makes us happier!
Exercise is good for Osteoarthritis
Pain Related Behaviours
David O'Neil Physiotherapy - Bayswater and Teddington Clinics