Physiotherapy Body Health by Paula

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Witam. Jestem Fizjoterapeuta zarejestrowanym w HCPC i pelnym ubezpieczniem. Posiadam wieloletnie doświadczenie zarówno jako fizjoterapeuta środowiskowy, jak i kliniczny, pracujący z klientami w podeszłym wieku, pacjentami neurologicznymi, urazami sportowymi i zawodowymi, zawodowymi sportowcami oraz wypadkami. Jestem członkiem Chatered Society of Physioterapy..

Zapewniam pełną diagnostykę fizjoterapeutyczną i leczenie.

Każdą wizytę mogę przeprowadzić w Twoim domu lub w gabinecie.

Oferowane terapie:
-Terapia manualna
-bańki (techniki uzywane w terapii sportowej, neurologicznej i kosmetyce),
-mobilizacja stawow
-terapia ruchowa-plany dobierane indywidualnie
-terapia sportowa
-ćwiczenia wspomagane,
-leczenie wad postawy
-trening równowagi
-fizjoterapia geriatryczna
-trening chodu
-program zapobiegania upadkom
-rehabilitacja po wypadkach
-masaż leczniczy (masaż tkanek głębokich, drenaż limfatyczny, masaż sportowy, masaż szwedzki, masaż relaksacyjny)

Przykładowe schorzenia, w których mogę pomóc:
-ból pleców
-bóle stawów
-ograniczony zakres ruchu, sztywność
-kontuzje sportowe (np. łokieć tenisisty, nadwyrężenia, skręcenia)
-cieśń nadgarstka
-urazy kręgosłupa
-problemy z postawą ciała
-stan przeszczepie stawu
-problemy z równowagą
-bóle głowy, migreny
-blokady limfatyczne


*Standardowe leczenie fizjoterapeutyczne:
30 minut – 40 GBP
1 godzina – 60 funtów

*Ceny nie obejmują kosztów dojazdu


Support your back
If your work involves sitting a lot and using a computer, here are some tips to help you sit correctly.
You can reduce your risk of back pain by adjusting your chair so your lower back is properly supported.

Adjust your chair
Adjust your chair height so you can use the keyboard with your wrists and forearms straight and level with the floor. This can help prevent repetitive strain injuries.
Your elbows should be by the side of your body so the arm forms an L-shape at the elbow joint.
Rest your feet on the floor
Place your feet flat on the floor. If they're not, ask if you can have a footrest, which lets you rest your feet at a level that's comfortable.
Don't cross your legs, as this may contribute to posture-related problems. Your knees should be slightly lower than your hips. Use a footrest, if it feels necessary.
Your screen should be directly in front of you. A good guide is to place the monitor about an arm's length away, with the top of the screen roughly at eye level.
To achieve this, you may need a monitor stand. If the screen is too high or too low, you'll have to bend your neck, which can be uncomfortable.

Using the keyboard
Place your keyboard in front of you when typing. Leave a gap of about 4 to 6 inches (100mm-150mm) at the front of the desk to rest your wrists between bouts of typing.
Keep your arms bent in an L-shape and your elbows by your sides.
Some people like to use a wrist rest to keep their wrists straight and at the same level as the keys.
Keep your mouse close
Position and use the mouse as close to you as possible. A mouse mat with a wrist pad may help keep your wrist straight and avoid awkward bending.
If you're not using your keyboard, push it to one side to move the mouse closer to you.

Avoid phone strain
If you spend a lot of time on the phone, try exchanging your handset for a headset. Repeatedly cradling the phone between your ear and shoulder can strain the muscles in your neck.

Take regular breaks!
Don't sit in the same position for long periods. Make sure you change your posture as often as is practicable.
Frequent short breaks are better for your back than fewer long ones. It gives the muscles a chance to relax while others take the strain.

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Hello. I am a fully registered, insured, high qualified Physiotherapist. I have got a BSc physiotherapy diploma and years of experience both as a community and clinical physio working with elderly clients, neuro patients, sport and work injuries, professional athletes, accidents. I am a member of Chatered Society of Physiotherapy.

I provide full physiotherapy assessment and treatment.

Each appointment I can carry out at your home or in a clinic

Offered therapies:
-manual therapy
-cupping, facial cupping,
-joint mobilisation
-exercise therapy-plans suited individually
-sport therapy
-assisted exercises, training
-postural advice
-balance training
-eldery physio
-gait training
-fall prevention program
-rehabilitation in catastrophic accidents
-medical massage (deep tissue massage, lyphatic drainage, sport massage, swedish massage, relaxing massage)

Examples of the conditions I can help with:
-back pain
-joint pains
-limited range of movement, stiffness
-sport injuries ( elbow, strains, sprains)
-carpal tunnel
-whiplash injuries
-postural issues (poor posture)
-condition after joint replacement
-balance issues
-headaches, migraines
-lymphatic congestion


*Standard physiotherapy asstreatment/treatment:
30min - £40
1 hour - £60

*Prices do not include the cost of travel

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Physiotherapists have the knowledge and skills to design, plan and implement interventions aimed at increasing levels of physical activity. Physiotherapists are in a good position to facilitate and guide active living behaviours in young people so that this behaviour is maintained into adulthood.

"Lack of activity destroys the good condition of every human being, while movement and methodical physical exercise save it and preserve it" Plato


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What is physiotherapy? Do I need it? Can a physiotherapist solve my problem?
This article should give you an answer for all that questions. If you want ask about your specific situation or you need an appointment call me on 07407212918

Physiotherapy helps restore movement and function when someone is affected by injury, illness or disability.

Physiotherapists help people affected by injury, illness or disability through movement and exercise, manual therapy, education and advice.

They maintain health for people of all ages, helping patients to manage pain and prevent disease.

Physiotherapy is a science-based profession and takes a ‘whole person’ approach to health and wellbeing, which includes the patient’s general lifestyle.
You can benefit from physiotherapy at any time in your life. Physiotherapy helps with back pain or sudden injury, managing long-term medical condition such as asthma, and in preparing for childbirth or a sporting events.

Why physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy is a degree-based healthcare profession. Physios use their knowledge and skills to improve a range of conditions associated with different systems of the body, such as:

-Neurological (brain or nervous system) – such as movement problems resulting from a stroke, multiple sclerosis (MS)or Parkinson's disease

-Neuromusculoskeletal (bones, joints and soft tissue)– such as back pain, neck pain, shoulder painands, sports injuries, whiplash associated disorder, sports injuries, arthritis

-Cardiovascular (heart and circulation) – such as rehabilitation after a heart attack,chronic heart disease

-Respiratory (lungs and breathing) – such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), cystic fibrosis, asthma

Physiotherapy can improve your physical activity while helping you to prevent further injuries.

What physiotherapists do?

Physiotherapists consider the body as a whole, rather than just focusing on the individual aspects of an injury or illness.

Some of the main approaches used by physiotherapists include:

-education and advice – physiotherapists can give general advice about things that can affect your daily lives, such as posture and correct lifting or carrying techniques to help prevent injuries

-movement, tailored exercise and physical activity advice – exercises may be recommended to improve your general health and mobility, and to strengthen specific parts of your body

-manual therapy – where the physiotherapist uses their hands to help relieve pain and stiffness, and to encourage better movement of the body

There are other techniques that may sometimes be used, such as exercises carried out in water (hydrotherapy or aquatic therapy), acupuncture, k-taping, electrotherapy, or cupping.

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Below is a very long list of indications and contraindications for receiving a massage. I know I may have missed something or you may have questions about a certain disorder, so feel free to ask :)

indications for massage:

Lower, middle, and upper back pain
neck/shoulder pain
joint stiffness
sports injuries
muscular weakness
muscle spasm
functional scoliosis
orthopedic conditions
nerve entrapment
nerve compression
nerve injuries
carpal tunnel syndrome
extremity numbness
poor circulation
digestive problems
respiratory problems
rheumatic conditions
nervous tension / emotional stress
headaches and migrains
sinus disorders
skin problems such as mild dryness
reduce post traumatic edema
reduce dependent edema (varicosities, congestive heart failure)

Some contra-indications for massage:

Here is a brief list of contraindications to massage therapy. If you have any of these conditions, please consult your doctor before making an appointment.

broken bones
dislocations, or severe sprains
torn ligaments tendons, or muscles
recent surgery
body areas that are inflamed
swollen or bruised varicose veins
open or unhealed sores or wounds
contagious diseases
vomiting or diarrhea
severe pain
kidney disease
large hernias
high blood pressure or heart problems
certain kinds of cancer
history of phlebitis or thrombosis (blood clots that may become dislodged and travel to the lungs, with potentially fatal results)


Seek medical advice before having a massage if you suffer from phlebitis, thrombosis, varicose veins, severe acute back pain, or fever.
Swellings (no lymphatic), fractures, skin infections, or bruises should not be massaged. Lumps and swellings should be checked by your doctor.
Massage of the abdomen, legs, and feet should not be given during the first three months of pregnancy.

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Heres a quick video from Gym Chairman Nigel @nigelmynott with some guidance on how to use the gym and pit 17/08/2020

Your safety is the most important for us. I perform rehabilitation sessions in the gym, in Postural Health clinic at WLTSC or in your own house as you feel more comfortable. We also provide remote sessions.

Its opening day! Heres a quick video from Gym Chairman Nigel @nigelmynott with some guidance on how to use the gym and pit


I am happy to say that I am back in clinic at
I perform clinical physio and rehab sessions in the gym. We do everything we can to keep our clients safe!


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To be safe in this scary situation follow rules given by World Health Organisation! Be aware of the latest information on the COVID-19 outbreak, available on the WHO website and through your national and local public health authority. Most people who become infected experience mild illness and recover, but it can be more severe for others. Take care of your health and protect others by doing the following:

-Wash your hands frequently
Regularly and thoroughly clean your hands with an alcohol-based hand rub or wash them with soap and water.

Why? Washing your hands with soap and water or using alcohol-based hand rub kills viruses that may be on your hands.

-Maintain social distancing
Maintain at least 1 metre (3 feet) distance between yourself and anyone who is coughing or sneezing.

Why? When someone coughs or sneezes they spray small liquid droplets from their nose or mouth which may contain virus. If you are too close, you can breathe in the droplets, including the COVID-19 virus if the person coughing has the disease.

-Avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth

Why? Hands touch many surfaces and can pick up viruses. Once contaminated, hands can transfer the virus to your eyes, nose or mouth. From there, the virus can enter your body and can make you sick.

-Practice respiratory hygiene
Make sure you, and the people around you, follow good respiratory hygiene. This means covering your mouth and nose with your bent elbow or tissue when you cough or sneeze. Then dispose of the used tissue immediately.

Why? Droplets spread virus. By following good respiratory hygiene you protect the people around you from viruses such as cold, flu and COVID-19.

-If you have fever, cough and difficulty breathing, seek medical care early
Stay home if you feel unwell. If you have a fever, cough and difficulty breathing, seek medical attention and call in advance. Follow the directions of your local health authority.

Why? National and local authorities will have the most up to date information on the situation in your area. Calling in advance will allow your health care provider to quickly direct you to the right health facility. This will also protect you and help prevent spread of viruses and other infections.

-Stay informed and follow advice given by your healthcare provider
Stay informed on the latest developments about COVID-19. Follow advice given by your healthcare provider, your national and local public health authority or your employer on how to protect yourself and others from COVID-19.

Why? National and local authorities will have the most up to date information on whether COVID-19 is spreading in your area. They are best placed to advise on what people in your area should be doing to protect themselves.

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I am in travel lately and this inspired me to say something about health and your body issues in travel. Travelling by cars/trains/bus/planes all put a lot of stress on our bodies and longer the journey, the higher the risk of injury.

Below is a list of tips and tricks to avoid travel-related aches and pains:

-Carry small back pack as your hand luggage: Heavy handbags put a lot of strain through your shoulder/hands/neck and cause pain and stiffness. Use backpack instead.

-Correct lifting of suitcases: It is important to lift your bag with good technique and care. Do not twist from the spine, but turn your body to turn around. Bend from your knees and hips when lifting.

-Use a carry-on bag with wheels: To decrease strain on back/neck/shoulders, a bag with wheels will reduce the effort required to carry your favourite books, technology and snacks. Don’t drag the bag from behind, keep it by side of your body.

-Wear appropriate shoes: While it sounds so simple, nothing ruins a holiday like sore feet and blisters. Wearing shoes with adequate arch support will make your day much more comfortable.

-Wear compression socks: These socks can help improve blood circulation, as well as prevent swelling in the feet during your flight.

-Sit Well: You don’t have to sit beautifully all the time, you just have to straighten up regularly and take the load off your spine. Don’t cross your legs, it cuts your circulation. Gently extend and relax your legs.

-Adjust the seat angle: Ideally, your knees should be level with your hips or even slightly lower. A footrest to lift your knees can also help. To avoid compression through your lower back and pelvis, your seat should be upright.

-Use a neck pillow: Try keeping a pillow at back or sideways of neck. This assists in supporting the head in a slightly better position, which helps to reduce the stress placed on neck.

-Use your headrest: A simple way to prevent forward head posture is to simply adjust your head so it is against the headrest.

-Use a lower back support: A proper lower back pillow or even a rolled towel can be effective in maintaining the natural arch of your spine. This relieves pressure through your spinal muscles.

-Get up, walk and stretch: Prolonged sitting is not good for anyone. Try to get up after every hour or two, walk around and do some stretches.

-Move your body: In your seat do some exercises such as:

•Get your ankles pumping
•Sit tall and press your chin straight backwards(chin tucks)
•Hands on your shoulders and circle your elbows
•Hands across your chest and rotate through your spine

-Take some deep breaths: If you are feeling a little claustrophobic or just want to increase overall relaxation, try taking some deep breaths. Deep breathing will allow you to maximally inflate your lungs and relax your body.

-Prepare your body: Condition your body by taking proper “training” for the demands if you plan for hiking or walking around.

-Stop for rest breaks: Whenever you feel you might need a break when driving longer distances, stop to stretch, hydrate and move.

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On 4 February we celebrate World Cancer Day – a day that unites people, communities and entire countries to raise awareness and take action.
World Cancer Day is led by the UICC, the Union for International Cancer Control. Cancer Research UK is one of its thousand members from across 162 countries, and we also sit on the board. World Cancer Day is the one singular initiative under which the entire world can unite together in the fight against the global cancer epidemic. No single person, organisation or country is going to beat cancer on its own. We must all work together to make faster progress on our goal of 3 in 4 people surviving cancer by 2034.

Cancer is a global challenge. In 2018, 18 million people world-wide were diagnosed with cancer. Today, thanks to research, 2 in 4 people in the UK survive their cancer for 10 years or more. The prospects of major advances in tackling cancer have never been greater, and international collaboration and funding are essential in realising these opportunities. By doing this Cancer Research UK can transform the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cancer, benefitting people with the disease both here in the UK and around the world.

How can I get involved this World Cancer Day?

-Make a donation- Donate now to help fund life-saving research this World Cancer Day.
-Use your voice- Ask your MP to represent you at Cancer Research UK's World Cancer Day event in Parliament.
-Get your Unity Band®-The Unity Band® is Cancer Research UK’s symbol for support for World Cancer Day 2020. It represents unity and shows support for those affected by cancer. Wearing your Unity Band® will help fund life-saving research and treatments.
-Fundraise-This World Cancer Day pick one of our top fundraising ideas and join the global fight against cancer.
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Did you know thet cupping can be supportive treatment for many mental disorders as anxiety, depresion, autism or even mental illness?
Anxiety is a prevalent condition. The addition of physical pain only exacerbates the existing symptoms of anxiety, often causing the recovery process to be much more difficult for people with this kind of problems.
Cupping is a support treatment for anxiety which is more holistic, relying on the body’s natural capacity for healing.
This practice is also designed to restore blood flow (as blood circulation in the body improves, the cells receive a fresh infusion of blood that is rich with oxygen and nutrients) and give you a physical relief. It also works to remove toxins from the body and improve producing endorphins.
It can relax the patient and even those complaining of insomnia are likely to fall into a deep sleep during the session.
Using methods of sliding and stationary cupping can help to alleviate the stress and pain that are afflicting an individual and causing them to experience anxiety.
Breathing exercises are a supplement to the therapy. Breathing slowly and deeply provides real-time relief to those suffering as it can help reduce the heart rate and lower blood pressure.
This treatment will not replace consultation with a specialist doctoris but is effective at reducing the symptoms of anxiety and other mental illnesses.
Cupping therapy for anxiety and other mental issues usually takes about six sessions or more and therapists perform healing on the different stress points.

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Have you got a friend who eats everything and is skinny? Or otherwise, who puts on weight even looking at the salad? Every body is different! It’s important to be able to identify and understand your body type. Different body types require different training methods and diet plans.


· Struggles to build muscle or gain weight no matter what they eat, fast metabolism
· Generally has a smaller frame and bone structure, thin


· Gains weight easily and struggles to lose it, slow metabolism
· Generally has a larger frame and thicker bone structure, muscules not well defined


· Has a naturally athletic build, well defined muscles
· Gains muscle quickly and loses body fat easily (with a high metabolism and responsive muscle cells)

Ectomorphs find it very hard to gain weight. They have a fast metabolism which burns up calories very quickly. Ecto’s need a huge amount of calories in order to gain weight.Their macronutrient breakdown should start around 25% protein, 55% carbs and 20% fats. Workouts should be short and intense focusing on big muscle groups. They should avoid excessive cardio if the goal is to build muscle, instead focus on lifting weights for strength.

Endomorphs find it very easy to gain weight. Unfortunately, a large portion of this weight is fat not muscle. To keep fat gain to a minimum, endomorphs must always train cardio as well as weights. It the goal is to lose weight, aim to do more HIIT (high intensity interval training) / cardio based workouts.
A great fat burning method for this body type is working on a 40:20 basis (40 seconds of work / 20 seconds rest) to keep the work rate high.
Their macronutrient breakdown should start around 35% protein, 25% carbs and 40% fats.

The mesomorph body type responds the best to weight training. Gains are usually seen very quickly, especially for beginners. The downside to mesomorphs is they gain fat more easily than ectomorphs. This means they must watch their calorie intake. Usually a combination of weight training and cardio works best for mesomorphs.
Their macronutrient breakdown should start around 30% protein, 40% carbs and 30% fats.

These body types aren’t set in stone. In fact, most people have a combination of two body types. Your physiotherapist will help prepare a programme tailored to your body’s needs.

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I qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist (BSc) at The State Higher Vocational School in Tarnow in Poland in 2010. Since my qualification, I have gained experience in both public and private health care centres, in hospitals and also in rehabilitation clinics. I has worked with both neurological and musculoskeletal patients. ->Neurological – such as movement problems resulting from a stroke, multiple sclerosis (MS)or Parkinson's disease ect.
->Neuromusculoskeletal – such as back pain, neck pain, joints painands, sports injuries, whiplash associated disorder, sports injuries, arthritis ect.
I can improve your physical activity while helping you to prevent further injuries.

I have worked closely with amateur and professional athletes, to help prevent and to rehabilitate sports injuries. I also have experience working in conditioning, sport medicine, long-term rehabilitation, catastrophic injuries, plus more.

Some of the main approaches I use include:
-education and advice – I can give general advice about things that can affect your daily lives, such as posture and correct lifting or carrying techniques to help prevent injuries
-movement, tailored exercise and physical activity advice – exercises or/and one to one rehab may be recommended to improve your general health and mobility, and to strengthen specific parts of your body
-manual therapy – I use my hands to help relieve pain and stiffness, and to encourage better movement of the body
-k-taping, electrotherapy, cupping.

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