Devonshire Physiotherapy Clinic

We are a Private Physiotherapy clinic in Buxton Derbyshire. We also accept NHS referrals for some GP practices in Buxton.

Operating as usual

17/04/2022

Happy Easter to all our clients past, present and future!

🦵🏼 Leg Day Essentials: Plyos + Strength🦵🏼 

❤️❤️All of my online programs are currently 50% off for each month of any of the programs! Use code “500K”. Offer ends 09/08/21. Link in bio!❤️❤️

🦵🏼I had the pleasure of working with both Jaedyn and Jyntry this summer to help get them stronger, more explosive and work their weaknesses so they can be better than ever in their respective collegiate sports- gymnastics and track & field!

🦵🏼We did 3 total training blocks this summer, each had a goal and something specific we were focusing on. The first was more about rebuilding a solid foundation and included a lot of full body work with rehab exercises built in, the second was all about building maximum strength and they got to test their lifting maxes at the end of that phase, the third and final phase was all about power, endurance and doing the little things that make a big difference.

🦵🏼Here is their phase 3 leg day, which includes it all: power & plyos, strength, stability and core exercises…multiple exercises, in multiple planes of movement, to challenge the body in multiple ways!

1️⃣ Keiser Resisted Lateral Speed Skaters
2️⃣ Weighted Dynamic Step Ups
3️⃣ Weighted Lateral Slider Lunge
4️⃣ SL RDL with KB Pass
5️⃣ Split Stance Isometric Rock to Wall with Weight
6️⃣ Band Resisted Hamstring Glider Curls
7️⃣ Side Plank + Band Abduction Lifts
8️⃣ Lower Body Banded Deadbugs

Disclaimer: This is just an example of what I did with my patient. If you are wondering if these exercises are right for you, it’s best to ask your healthcare provider!

🙌🏼 Tag someone who could use this information!
🤷‍♀️Questions or comments?

#aclrehab #aclreconstruction #kneerehab #kneepain #plyos #strengthtraining 
#strengthandconditioning #functionaltraining #strengthtraining #movebetter 12/02/2022

🦵🏼 Leg Day Essentials: Plyos + Strength🦵🏼

❤️❤️All of my online programs are currently 50% off for each month of any of the programs! Use code “500K”. Offer ends 09/08/21. Link in bio!❤️❤️

🦵🏼I had the pleasure of working with both Jaedyn and Jyntry this summer to help get them stronger, more explosive and work their weaknesses so they can be better than ever in their respective collegiate sports- gymnastics and track & field!

🦵🏼We did 3 total training blocks this summer, each had a goal and something specific we were focusing on. The first was more about rebuilding a solid foundation and included a lot of full body work with rehab exercises built in, the second was all about building maximum strength and they got to test their lifting maxes at the end of that phase, the third and final phase was all about power, endurance and doing the little things that make a big difference.

🦵🏼Here is their phase 3 leg day, which includes it all: power & plyos, strength, stability and core exercises…multiple exercises, in multiple planes of movement, to challenge the body in multiple ways!

1️⃣ Keiser Resisted Lateral Speed Skaters
2️⃣ Weighted Dynamic Step Ups
3️⃣ Weighted Lateral Slider Lunge
4️⃣ SL RDL with KB Pass
5️⃣ Split Stance Isometric Rock to Wall with Weight
6️⃣ Band Resisted Hamstring Glider Curls
7️⃣ Side Plank + Band Abduction Lifts
8️⃣ Lower Body Banded Deadbugs

Disclaimer: This is just an example of what I did with my patient. If you are wondering if these exercises are right for you, it’s best to ask your healthcare provider!

🙌🏼 Tag someone who could use this information!
🤷‍♀️Questions or comments?

#aclrehab #aclreconstruction #kneerehab #kneepain #plyos #strengthtraining
#strengthandconditioning #functionaltraining #strengthtraining #movebetter

🦵🏼 Leg Day Essentials: Plyos + Strength🦵🏼 ❤️❤️All of my online programs are currently 50% off for each month of any of the programs! Use code “500K”. Offer ends 09/08/21. Link in bio!❤️❤️ 🦵🏼I had the pleasure of working with both Jaedyn and Jyntry this summer to help get them stronger, more explosive and work their weaknesses so they can be better than ever in their respective collegiate sports- gymnastics and track & field! 🦵🏼We did 3 total training blocks this summer, each had a goal and something specific we were focusing on. The first was more about rebuilding a solid foundation and included a lot of full body work with rehab exercises built in, the second was all about building maximum strength and they got to test their lifting maxes at the end of that phase, the third and final phase was all about power, endurance and doing the little things that make a big difference. 🦵🏼Here is their phase 3 leg day, which includes it all: power & plyos, strength, stability and core exercises…multiple exercises, in multiple planes of movement, to challenge the body in multiple ways! 1️⃣ Keiser Resisted Lateral Speed Skaters 2️⃣ Weighted Dynamic Step Ups 3️⃣ Weighted Lateral Slider Lunge 4️⃣ SL RDL with KB Pass 5️⃣ Split Stance Isometric Rock to Wall with Weight 6️⃣ Band Resisted Hamstring Glider Curls 7️⃣ Side Plank + Band Abduction Lifts 8️⃣ Lower Body Banded Deadbugs Disclaimer: This is just an example of what I did with my patient. If you are wondering if these exercises are right for you, it’s best to ask your healthcare provider! 🙌🏼 Tag someone who could use this information! 🤷‍♀️Questions or comments? #aclrehab #aclreconstruction #kneerehab #kneepain #plyos #strengthtraining #strengthandconditioning #functionaltraining #strengthtraining #movebetter

🦵🏼Knee Arthritis Exercises🦵🏼

🔎Osteoarthritis (OA) is degenerative condition of the cartilage present in our joints and most commonly affects the knee and hip. Symptoms usually include pain, swelling, joint stiffness, limited range of motion and difficulty with many functional tasks. Severe pain or functional loss associated with OA of the knee or hip often leads to joint replacement surgery.

🦵🏼Many individuals with OA are told that exercise will harm their joint(s) and encouraged to avoid many activities. While it is important to respect one’s symptoms and progress gradually, it should be known that properly dosed exercise can actually improve the health of cartilage!!! Furthermore, strengthening the muscles that surround a given joint can actually help to reduce stress on cartilage and other structures.

✅Swipe left to see a few exercises that can be used to improve strength of the muscles of the leg & hip to improve overall joint health.

1️⃣ Box Squats (with or without weight)
2️⃣ SB Hamstring Curls
3️⃣ Lateral Band Walks
4️⃣ TKE with Bands
5️⃣ Lateral Step Up (choose an appropriate height)
6️⃣ Heels Elevated Psoas March
7️⃣ Short Lever Supine Reverse Clam

🦵🏼 According to the research, a simple home exercise program like the ones demonstrated can have a big and positive impact on the life of an individual with OA of the knee.

📚Reference: Bricca A, et al. Impact of exercise on articular cartilage in people at risk of, or with established, knee osteoarthritis: a systematic review of randomised controlled trials. Br J Sports Med. 2019.

#kneepainrelief #kneepain #kneearthritis #osteoarthritis #arthritis #kneerehab #kneehab 12/02/2022

🦵🏼Knee Arthritis Exercises🦵🏼

🔎Osteoarthritis (OA) is degenerative condition of the cartilage present in our joints and most commonly affects the knee and hip. Symptoms usually include pain, swelling, joint stiffness, limited range of motion and difficulty with many functional tasks. Severe pain or functional loss associated with OA of the knee or hip often leads to joint replacement surgery.

🦵🏼Many individuals with OA are told that exercise will harm their joint(s) and encouraged to avoid many activities. While it is important to respect one’s symptoms and progress gradually, it should be known that properly dosed exercise can actually improve the health of cartilage!!! Furthermore, strengthening the muscles that surround a given joint can actually help to reduce stress on cartilage and other structures.

✅Swipe left to see a few exercises that can be used to improve strength of the muscles of the leg & hip to improve overall joint health.

1️⃣ Box Squats (with or without weight)
2️⃣ SB Hamstring Curls
3️⃣ Lateral Band Walks
4️⃣ TKE with Bands
5️⃣ Lateral Step Up (choose an appropriate height)
6️⃣ Heels Elevated Psoas March
7️⃣ Short Lever Supine Reverse Clam

🦵🏼 According to the research, a simple home exercise program like the ones demonstrated can have a big and positive impact on the life of an individual with OA of the knee.

📚Reference: Bricca A, et al. Impact of exercise on articular cartilage in people at risk of, or with established, knee osteoarthritis: a systematic review of randomised controlled trials. Br J Sports Med. 2019.

#kneepainrelief #kneepain #kneearthritis #osteoarthritis #arthritis #kneerehab #kneehab

🦵🏼Knee Arthritis Exercises🦵🏼 🔎Osteoarthritis (OA) is degenerative condition of the cartilage present in our joints and most commonly affects the knee and hip. Symptoms usually include pain, swelling, joint stiffness, limited range of motion and difficulty with many functional tasks. Severe pain or functional loss associated with OA of the knee or hip often leads to joint replacement surgery. 🦵🏼Many individuals with OA are told that exercise will harm their joint(s) and encouraged to avoid many activities. While it is important to respect one’s symptoms and progress gradually, it should be known that properly dosed exercise can actually improve the health of cartilage!!! Furthermore, strengthening the muscles that surround a given joint can actually help to reduce stress on cartilage and other structures. ✅Swipe left to see a few exercises that can be used to improve strength of the muscles of the leg & hip to improve overall joint health. 1️⃣ Box Squats (with or without weight) 2️⃣ SB Hamstring Curls 3️⃣ Lateral Band Walks 4️⃣ TKE with Bands 5️⃣ Lateral Step Up (choose an appropriate height) 6️⃣ Heels Elevated Psoas March 7️⃣ Short Lever Supine Reverse Clam 🦵🏼 According to the research, a simple home exercise program like the ones demonstrated can have a big and positive impact on the life of an individual with OA of the knee. 📚Reference: Bricca A, et al. Impact of exercise on articular cartilage in people at risk of, or with established, knee osteoarthritis: a systematic review of randomised controlled trials. Br J Sports Med. 2019. #kneepainrelief #kneepain #kneearthritis #osteoarthritis #arthritis #kneerehab #kneehab

🚨5 Posterior Chain Strengthening Exercises🚨

❤️❤️All of my online programs are currently 50% off for each month of any of the programs! Use code “500K”. Offer ends 09/08/21. Link in bio!❤️❤️

🤷‍♂️Why is strengthening the posterior chain so important?🤷‍♀️

Not only can tapping into your posterior chain get you extremely strong, help improve athleticism and give you the booty of your dreams, it can leave you significantly less injury-prone, especially in regards to low back and knee injuries.

🎦Here are 5 exercises I commonly use with athletes to not only rehab injuries / prevent future injuries, but also to help my patients become super STRONG & super POWERFUL!🎦

1️⃣Inverted Chinese Plank Hold
2️⃣Medial SL RDL
3️⃣Standing Miniband Clamshells
4️⃣Elevated Stiff Leg Sumo RDL
5️⃣Back Extension + Isometric Hold

⬇️Tag a friend to try this workout with in the comments below ⬇️

❤️Make sure to like, comment, save & share❤️

#clinicalathlete #injurypreventiom #posteriorchain 
 #glutegains #gainz💪🏼 #lowerbody #supersets #gymroutine #gainsongains 12/02/2022

🚨5 Posterior Chain Strengthening Exercises🚨

❤️❤️All of my online programs are currently 50% off for each month of any of the programs! Use code “500K”. Offer ends 09/08/21. Link in bio!❤️❤️

🤷‍♂️Why is strengthening the posterior chain so important?🤷‍♀️

Not only can tapping into your posterior chain get you extremely strong, help improve athleticism and give you the booty of your dreams, it can leave you significantly less injury-prone, especially in regards to low back and knee injuries.

🎦Here are 5 exercises I commonly use with athletes to not only rehab injuries / prevent future injuries, but also to help my patients become super STRONG & super POWERFUL!🎦

1️⃣Inverted Chinese Plank Hold
2️⃣Medial SL RDL
3️⃣Standing Miniband Clamshells
4️⃣Elevated Stiff Leg Sumo RDL
5️⃣Back Extension + Isometric Hold

⬇️Tag a friend to try this workout with in the comments below ⬇️

❤️Make sure to like, comment, save & share❤️

#clinicalathlete #injurypreventiom #posteriorchain
#glutegains #gainz💪🏼 #lowerbody #supersets #gymroutine #gainsongains

🚨5 Posterior Chain Strengthening Exercises🚨 ❤️❤️All of my online programs are currently 50% off for each month of any of the programs! Use code “500K”. Offer ends 09/08/21. Link in bio!❤️❤️ 🤷‍♂️Why is strengthening the posterior chain so important?🤷‍♀️ Not only can tapping into your posterior chain get you extremely strong, help improve athleticism and give you the booty of your dreams, it can leave you significantly less injury-prone, especially in regards to low back and knee injuries. 🎦Here are 5 exercises I commonly use with athletes to not only rehab injuries / prevent future injuries, but also to help my patients become super STRONG & super POWERFUL!🎦 1️⃣Inverted Chinese Plank Hold 2️⃣Medial SL RDL 3️⃣Standing Miniband Clamshells 4️⃣Elevated Stiff Leg Sumo RDL 5️⃣Back Extension + Isometric Hold ⬇️Tag a friend to try this workout with in the comments below ⬇️ ❤️Make sure to like, comment, save & share❤️ #clinicalathlete #injurypreventiom #posteriorchain #glutegains #gainz💪🏼 #lowerbody #supersets #gymroutine #gainsongains

🚨Hip Flexor Strengthening 🚨

🎉You can get $10 off any of my online programs during October with code “PTMONTH10” Link in my bio!🙏🏼

People used to prescribe hip flexor stretches to “loosen” tight hip flexors without first determining if the hip flexors actually need to be stretched. Nowadays we know better and don’t automatically assume something that feels tight is actually tight and needs to be stretched without first doing an assessment on the length of the hip flexor musculature.

💯Disclaimer: If you want to know if the hip flexors are truly tight & you need to stretch them, look up the Thomas test (I made a reel on this a couple months ago) & do this test on yourself. If they aren’t shortened, it’s time to strengthen!💯

↪️So what’s the alternative?

🔴Learning to control the hip flexors through various ranges of motion has been known to reduce the feeling of perceived tightness.

🔴These simple banded exercises challenge the hip flexors in multiple ways -isometrically, eccentrically and concentrically.
(The bands I’m using are from @team4kor just FYI and you can actually save 10% on any of their stuff with my code “thephysiofix” 😊)

Pro Tip: I put the short lever exercises first as these are easier than the long lever variations which makes them a good place to start building strength. Longer levers = more load to the hip flexors = harder:
1️⃣ Banded Supine Short Lever Psoas Kickouts
2️⃣ Banded Supine Short Lever Psoas March
3️⃣ Banded Glute Bridge with Short Lever Psoas March
4️⃣ Banded Hand Plank with Short Lever Psoas March
5️⃣ Banded Standing Short Lever Psoas March
6️⃣ Banded Supine Long Lever Psoas Kickdowns
7️⃣ Banded Supine Long Lever Psoas Lifts
8️⃣ Banded Standing Long Lever Psoas Lifts

🔴These are challenging exercises but I believe adding some of these to your workout routine will end up being way more beneficial than just stretching/foam rolling/ball smashing your hip flexors.

Give them a try and let me know how it goes!

🙌🏼 Tag someone who could use these exercises

#clinicalathlete #hipmobility  #hippain #hiprehab #hipflexors #hipflexor #hipflexorstretch #iliopsoas #itband #resistancebandsworkout 12/02/2022

🚨Hip Flexor Strengthening 🚨

🎉You can get $10 off any of my online programs during October with code “PTMONTH10” Link in my bio!🙏🏼

People used to prescribe hip flexor stretches to “loosen” tight hip flexors without first determining if the hip flexors actually need to be stretched. Nowadays we know better and don’t automatically assume something that feels tight is actually tight and needs to be stretched without first doing an assessment on the length of the hip flexor musculature.

💯Disclaimer: If you want to know if the hip flexors are truly tight & you need to stretch them, look up the Thomas test (I made a reel on this a couple months ago) & do this test on yourself. If they aren’t shortened, it’s time to strengthen!💯

↪️So what’s the alternative?

🔴Learning to control the hip flexors through various ranges of motion has been known to reduce the feeling of perceived tightness.

🔴These simple banded exercises challenge the hip flexors in multiple ways -isometrically, eccentrically and concentrically.
(The bands I’m using are from @team4kor just FYI and you can actually save 10% on any of their stuff with my code “thephysiofix” 😊)

Pro Tip: I put the short lever exercises first as these are easier than the long lever variations which makes them a good place to start building strength. Longer levers = more load to the hip flexors = harder:
1️⃣ Banded Supine Short Lever Psoas Kickouts
2️⃣ Banded Supine Short Lever Psoas March
3️⃣ Banded Glute Bridge with Short Lever Psoas March
4️⃣ Banded Hand Plank with Short Lever Psoas March
5️⃣ Banded Standing Short Lever Psoas March
6️⃣ Banded Supine Long Lever Psoas Kickdowns
7️⃣ Banded Supine Long Lever Psoas Lifts
8️⃣ Banded Standing Long Lever Psoas Lifts

🔴These are challenging exercises but I believe adding some of these to your workout routine will end up being way more beneficial than just stretching/foam rolling/ball smashing your hip flexors.

Give them a try and let me know how it goes!

🙌🏼 Tag someone who could use these exercises

#clinicalathlete #hipmobility #hippain #hiprehab #hipflexors #hipflexor #hipflexorstretch #iliopsoas #itband #resistancebandsworkout

🚨Hip Flexor Strengthening 🚨 🎉You can get $10 off any of my online programs during October with code “PTMONTH10” Link in my bio!🙏🏼 People used to prescribe hip flexor stretches to “loosen” tight hip flexors without first determining if the hip flexors actually need to be stretched. Nowadays we know better and don’t automatically assume something that feels tight is actually tight and needs to be stretched without first doing an assessment on the length of the hip flexor musculature. 💯Disclaimer: If you want to know if the hip flexors are truly tight & you need to stretch them, look up the Thomas test (I made a reel on this a couple months ago) & do this test on yourself. If they aren’t shortened, it’s time to strengthen!💯 ↪️So what’s the alternative? 🔴Learning to control the hip flexors through various ranges of motion has been known to reduce the feeling of perceived tightness. 🔴These simple banded exercises challenge the hip flexors in multiple ways -isometrically, eccentrically and concentrically. (The bands I’m using are from @team4kor just FYI and you can actually save 10% on any of their stuff with my code “thephysiofix” 😊) Pro Tip: I put the short lever exercises first as these are easier than the long lever variations which makes them a good place to start building strength. Longer levers = more load to the hip flexors = harder: 1️⃣ Banded Supine Short Lever Psoas Kickouts 2️⃣ Banded Supine Short Lever Psoas March 3️⃣ Banded Glute Bridge with Short Lever Psoas March 4️⃣ Banded Hand Plank with Short Lever Psoas March 5️⃣ Banded Standing Short Lever Psoas March 6️⃣ Banded Supine Long Lever Psoas Kickdowns 7️⃣ Banded Supine Long Lever Psoas Lifts 8️⃣ Banded Standing Long Lever Psoas Lifts 🔴These are challenging exercises but I believe adding some of these to your workout routine will end up being way more beneficial than just stretching/foam rolling/ball smashing your hip flexors. Give them a try and let me know how it goes! 🙌🏼 Tag someone who could use these exercises #clinicalathlete #hipmobility #hippain #hiprehab #hipflexors #hipflexor #hipflexorstretch #iliopsoas #itband #resistancebandsworkout

15/01/2022

We are looking for a Chartered Physiotherapist to join our team.
Daytime and evening hours available.
Please contact on [email protected]

28/12/2021

We are open on Friday 31st Dec and then closed until Tuesday 4th Jan 2022.
Have a happy and safe new year.

24/12/2021

Merry Christmas 🎅 to all our past, present and future patients.
We are in the clinic today abd then back on Tues 28th.

Helen, Mike, Kiran and Emily

🚨 HIP “BURSITIS” / GLUTEAL TENDINOPATHY REHAB 🚨

🛑First off, most cases of lateral hip pain aren’t actually a result of an inflammatory process such as a bursitis. Research has shown that it’s more likely to be a problem with the glute tendons so a more appropriate term for “hip bursitis” would actually be “gluteal tendinopathy.” This basically means it’s way more important to manage the load / training volume as opposed to just resting and taking time off for this type of injury.

✒️Symptoms usually include pain in the lateral part of the hip near the greater trochanter. It’s also common to have pain when laying on that side when sleeping.

🤞🏼Treatment for this condition will obviously vary for each person because no two people have the exact same presentation, therefore we should always take an individualized approach to managing symptoms and formulating a treatment plan.

❗️But with that being said, there are some similarities. People tend to do well when they start with isometrics, then move to isotonics & eccentrics then incorporate more functional movements, and continue graded exposure to previously painful movements & continue loading the gluteal tendons before progressing to more explosive and plyometric movements.

Here’s an example of what that may look like:
1️⃣ Miniband Bent Knee Boxes
2️⃣ Miniband Straight Knee Boxes
3️⃣ Hip Circle “Stanky Legs”
4️⃣ Hip Circle Squats
5️⃣ Miniband Hip Airplane
6️⃣ Barbell Hip Thruster with Band Pull Apart
7️⃣ Single Leg RDL (Foot on Wall)
8️⃣ Band Plank + Hip Extension
9️⃣ Band Side Plank + Hip Abduction

🔥Like the info? Share it. Have a Question? Leave it below. Know somebody who you think would benefit from this info? Tag them!🔥

#hiprehab #hipstrength #hippain #hipmobility #clinicalathlete 
#hipbursitis #bursitis #glutealtendinopathy #tendinitis #tendinopathy #usaw #olympicweightlifting #weightlifting 09/09/2021

🚨 HIP “BURSITIS” / GLUTEAL TENDINOPATHY REHAB 🚨

🛑First off, most cases of lateral hip pain aren’t actually a result of an inflammatory process such as a bursitis. Research has shown that it’s more likely to be a problem with the glute tendons so a more appropriate term for “hip bursitis” would actually be “gluteal tendinopathy.” This basically means it’s way more important to manage the load / training volume as opposed to just resting and taking time off for this type of injury.

✒️Symptoms usually include pain in the lateral part of the hip near the greater trochanter. It’s also common to have pain when laying on that side when sleeping.

🤞🏼Treatment for this condition will obviously vary for each person because no two people have the exact same presentation, therefore we should always take an individualized approach to managing symptoms and formulating a treatment plan.

❗️But with that being said, there are some similarities. People tend to do well when they start with isometrics, then move to isotonics & eccentrics then incorporate more functional movements, and continue graded exposure to previously painful movements & continue loading the gluteal tendons before progressing to more explosive and plyometric movements.

Here’s an example of what that may look like:
1️⃣ Miniband Bent Knee Boxes
2️⃣ Miniband Straight Knee Boxes
3️⃣ Hip Circle “Stanky Legs”
4️⃣ Hip Circle Squats
5️⃣ Miniband Hip Airplane
6️⃣ Barbell Hip Thruster with Band Pull Apart
7️⃣ Single Leg RDL (Foot on Wall)
8️⃣ Band Plank + Hip Extension
9️⃣ Band Side Plank + Hip Abduction

🔥Like the info? Share it. Have a Question? Leave it below. Know somebody who you think would benefit from this info? Tag them!🔥

#hiprehab #hipstrength #hippain #hipmobility #clinicalathlete
#hipbursitis #bursitis #glutealtendinopathy #tendinitis #tendinopathy #usaw #olympicweightlifting #weightlifting

🚨 HIP “BURSITIS” / GLUTEAL TENDINOPATHY REHAB 🚨 🛑First off, most cases of lateral hip pain aren’t actually a result of an inflammatory process such as a bursitis. Research has shown that it’s more likely to be a problem with the glute tendons so a more appropriate term for “hip bursitis” would actually be “gluteal tendinopathy.” This basically means it’s way more important to manage the load / training volume as opposed to just resting and taking time off for this type of injury. ✒️Symptoms usually include pain in the lateral part of the hip near the greater trochanter. It’s also common to have pain when laying on that side when sleeping. 🤞🏼Treatment for this condition will obviously vary for each person because no two people have the exact same presentation, therefore we should always take an individualized approach to managing symptoms and formulating a treatment plan. ❗️But with that being said, there are some similarities. People tend to do well when they start with isometrics, then move to isotonics & eccentrics then incorporate more functional movements, and continue graded exposure to previously painful movements & continue loading the gluteal tendons before progressing to more explosive and plyometric movements. Here’s an example of what that may look like: 1️⃣ Miniband Bent Knee Boxes 2️⃣ Miniband Straight Knee Boxes 3️⃣ Hip Circle “Stanky Legs” 4️⃣ Hip Circle Squats 5️⃣ Miniband Hip Airplane 6️⃣ Barbell Hip Thruster with Band Pull Apart 7️⃣ Single Leg RDL (Foot on Wall) 8️⃣ Band Plank + Hip Extension 9️⃣ Band Side Plank + Hip Abduction 🔥Like the info? Share it. Have a Question? Leave it below. Know somebody who you think would benefit from this info? Tag them!🔥 #hiprehab #hipstrength #hippain #hipmobility #clinicalathlete #hipbursitis #bursitis #glutealtendinopathy #tendinitis #tendinopathy #usaw #olympicweightlifting #weightlifting

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26 Hardwick Street
Buxton
SK176

Opening Hours

Monday 9am - 4pm
Tuesday 9am - 9pm
Wednesday 9am - 1pm
Friday 7pm - 9pm
Saturday 7am - 12pm

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Mobile Injury Clinic in the Buxton area. Providing professional and comprehensive care. -Injury Consultation -Pre & Post Operative care -Acupuncture

Peak Remedial Therapies Peak Remedial Therapies
Nunsfield Farm House, Fairfield
Buxton, SK17 7HN

Vikki's consulting room is based in Buxton for people & she will travel to all surrounding areas, for equine sports & remedial massage.

Buxton Bowen centre Buxton Bowen centre
11 South Avenue
Buxton, SK17 6

A page dedicated to Bowen Therapy one of the fastest growing therapies in the world due to its amazing results in healing the body on so many levels !

Gemma Woolley Veterinary Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Gemma Woolley Veterinary Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation
Buxton, SK17 8SL

BSc (Hons) AdvCertVPhys MIRVAP CClinEd Providing physiotherapy and rehabilitation for horses