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A group of very experienced Chartered and HPC registered Physiotherapists working together in a friendly and efficient clinic. Visit our website for details of the areas of expertise of the Physiotherapists and for details of how to make an appointment to see us.
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Some great guidance for being physically active and exercising in pregnancy. If you are worried about keeping active in your pregnancy or are experiencing back or pelvic pain, which is preventing you from being as active as you would like, come and see our specialist pelvic health physiotherapist, Gemma Barnes for a consultation.
Part time vacancy for MSK physiotherapist.
Flexible hours available, 5 - 7 hours a week.
Must be HCPC registered and CSP member.
We are a rural practice with a wide variety of patients making our busy caseload. This would suit someone wanting to learn about private practice as the current team is very experienced.
Please make contact with me rather than just send a CV.
Fasting, Hormones & Menopause: Why Women Need A Different Approach To Men with Dr Mindy Pelz - Dr Rangan Chatterjee
And more evidence how fasting can help with hormone imbalances for ALL women.
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BITESIZE | The Benefits of Fasting for Weight Loss, Health and Longevity I Dr Pradip Jamnadas - Dr Rangan Chatterjee
we all need to listen to this short podcast and act on the advice. There is good scientific evidence behind the advice given. Listen and digest!
BITESIZE | The Benefits of Fasting for Weight Loss, Health and Longevity I Dr Pradip Jamnadas - Dr Rangan Chatterjee TRIGGER WARNING: This podcast discusses fasting, and its advice may not be suitable for anyone with an eating disorder. If you have an existing health condition or are taking medication, always consult your healthcare practitioner before going for prolonged periods without eating. It’s not just ...
Congratulations to Nicola Vineyard and Elizabeth Palmer - they have maintained their Quality Assured Practitioner status for another year, (6 and 7 years).
Park Physiotherapy is also proud to be the only physiotherapy clinic in Norfolk that has Quality Assured Clinic status.
These Quality standards are set by Physio First and monitored by the University of Brighton. Our patient outcomes are measured against research standards.
You are assured of quality standards and treatment at Park Physiotherapy.
There are several reasons that men may need to seek physiotherapy for their pelvic floor muscles. This could be for:
- bladder problems before or after treatment for prostate cancer.
- chronic/ persistent pelvic pain (including a history of chronic prostatitis).
- other medical conditions such as: benign enlargement of the prostate, irritable bowel syndrome, that may cause bladder or bowel symptoms.
Come and see our Specialist Pelvic Health Physiotherapist, Gemma Barnes MSc, BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, HCPC, MPOGP for a consultation tailored to your specific needs.
Gemma Barnes at Park Physiotherapy is our Pelvic Health Specialist Physiotherapist. Please call for an appointment - don't struggle.
Pelvic floor dysfunction is the inability to control the muscles of your pelvic floor.
Symptoms can include:
- Lower back pain
- Urinary urgency and frequency
Pelvic floor physiotherapy aims to improve pelvic floor function through various exercises, lifestyle changes, and hands on treatment to help treat symptoms. If you are looking for a physio, you can find one near you here: https://bit.ly/3geOWwS
Have you had a baby in the last few months or even years and are finding it difficult to get back to certain activities or exercise?
Physiotherapists have lots to offer. From taking time to listen to your history to assessing your tummy and pelvic floor muscles and providing you with your own personalised plan and goals.
Here at Park Physiotherapy, our specialist physiotherapist Gemma Barnes, has lots of experience in assessing and treating women during pregnancy and after birth. Check out her bio at: https://www.parkphysiotherapy.co.uk/team/gemma-barnes-mschons-mcsp/
To book a consultation or for any further information contact Park Physiotherapy on 01603 881184 or email [email protected]
This checklist is a good place to start to make sure that you have a healthy pelvic floor, bladder and bowels. However, if you are struggling with leakage from the bladder or bowels and are not sure what to do next, do get in touch with Gemma Barnes, Specialist Pelvic Health Physiotherapist at Park Physiotherapy on 01603 881184 or email [email protected]
It's so important to push and keep going with exercise and activity when you have Parkinsons Disease.
At Park Physiotherapy we have a specialist neurological physiotherapist, Nicki Ashbee, who can help and advise with any problems you are having. Nicki works in our Gym so has the equipment to use to help you get the most out of your treatment.
Physical activity such as aerobic, strength training and stretching exercises can improve many motor and non-motor Parkinson’s symptoms. Here is a great infographic by Parkinson’s Foundation & American College of Sports Medicine which illustrates the types and considerations.
You can speak to a physio for advice and recommendations on where to start!
Caffeine and Hot Flashes in Menopause: Is There a Link?
Such a good article about some of the ways we can help with menopause symptoms. Also links within the article to relevent research and an expert on this topic. Definitely worth reading!
Caffeine and Hot Flashes in Menopause: Is There a Link? Should you give up caffeine during perimenopause or menoapuse? Does caffeine increase hot flashes? We dive into the research to find out.
The hip joint is held together by a covering of muscles and tendons which form a capsule around the joint and support its movements. They help move the joint, supporting your leg and upper body movement.
Hip pain can be described as an unpleasant sensation or discomfort in or around the hip joint. There are several steps you can take to manage your hip pain at home.
Here is an informative booklet from Versus Arthritis on hip pain and managing symptoms: https://bit.ly/32QAsj2
Swimming and other water-based exercises are ideal for relieving the pain and stiffness of joint pain.
Water provides resistance that boosts strength, range of motion and will strengthen the muscles surrounding your joint.
Find out more about how swimming can help strengthen the joints: https://bit.ly/3fRRap7
Pelvic Health Physiotherapy is expanding at Park Physiotherapy.
Come and see our Specialist Pelvic Health Physiotherapist, Gemma Barnes MSc BSc (hons) Physiotherapy SRC MCSP MPOGP MAACP, who has lots of experience treating:
Bladder and bowel leaks in men and women
Pelvic organ prolapse
Persistent/ chronic pelvic pain
Menopause related pelvic floor problems
Pelvic health problems related to the prostate
Pregnancy related low back and pelvic girdle pain
Physical recovery and return to exercise after birth
For further information and to book an appointment visit www.parkphysiotherapy.co.uk or contact us on 01603 881184.
Menopause can be a time when problems occur with bladder
and/or bowel control or even pelvic organ prolapse.
Come to see our Specialist Pelvic Health Physiotherapist, Gemma Barnes, if you would like some help.
Gemma Barnes MSc, BSC (Hons) Physiotherapy HCPC, MCSP, MPOGP, MAACP
Well done to ALL my team at Park Physiotherapy!
We have maintained our Quality Assured Clinic status for the 4th year running.
As well as the clinical team who treat the patients and input the data required into the database at the University of Brighton. The admin team who send out the emails for the Patient Outcome and Experience measures all play a part.
That we allow ourselves to be measured by an external body gives us (and our patients) the confidence, and evidence, that we are a Quality Practice.
This is available for ALL members of Physio First, for no extra charge!
Yes, it takes a bit of extra work to do this but the reports generated by the University of Brighton are priceless for their detailed content and analysis of the data we have sent them. Also getting the independent feedback from the patients in a report is so easy.
Thank you to Physio First for continuing to support this and also the University of Brighton research team for their hard work.
Physiotherapists play a key role in providing safe, individualised exercise prescription before, during and after cancer treatment. It can be an extremely effective way of helping patients maintain their quality of life.
Here is a great infographic by APA and Physiotherapy Research Foundation (PRF) which highlights 5 facts about physiotherapy and exercise rehabilitation in cancer care.
We will be closed on Monday 19th September as a mark of respect and for the funeral of Queen Elizabeth.
Part Time MSK Physiotherapist 6 - 12 hours a week
Do you want to join a small friendly private practice in a purpose-built clinic set in a beautiful rural location? Park Physiotherapy is an established private physiotherapy practice with a small team of 6 part time physiotherapists covering MSK, neuro and pelvic health physiotherapy.
We are looking for a Chartered Physiotherapist with a specific interest and skills in Musculoskeletal work and patient rehabilitation. We are a busy clinic with a wide variety of patients, both acute and chronic. This is an opportunity to improve your clinical skills in a supportive setting.
We are proud to all be members of the CSP and Physio First. We are involved in collecting data which is measured against the Quality Assurance standards of Physio First and we have achieved Quality Assured Clinic status since 2019 so you would be working in an environment that encourages quality work and data collection.
We encourage a team approach, sharing expertise and knowledge. All the current team are experienced clinicians. This is an ideal opportunity for someone to try out private practice work or return to work after a break. Salary will depend on experience. Hours can be flexible to fit in with other commitments.
Ideally, you will have some experience of MSK and private practice work. If you don't have this experience but would like to develop these skills, then I am still interested in talking to you as training and mentoring is available. If you would like a chat to find out more, please call the clinic.
To apply; please send a CV to: [email protected] with a covering note about why you are interested in the position.
At-Home Exercise for 55+ [FREE Fitness Video Series]
These are really good exercises and drills..... definitely worth watching and having a go!
Neck pain can also be a cause of headache and migraine pain. Don't suffer, we can help.
Neck pain can be caused by many factors such as age-related changes, poor posture, workstations being incorrectly set up. Seeking help early on could prevent chronic neck pain.
Physio’s are highly skilled at supporting people with neck pain. Your physio can advise you on suitable exercises and pain relief, along with tips on how to prevent further problems.
Find out more here - https://bit.ly/3l3l1rz
Good, science based, sensible advice and information. Well worth listening to their podcasts as well.
The ZOE Program was recently put to the test in The Economist’s Babbage podcast, with healthcare correspondent Slavea noting, ‘I do believe that what they teach you about this new way of eating will stay with you even after you stop using the app.’
While fad diets relying on calorie counting may be fruitful for short-term weight-loss, they’re near impossible to sustain and fail to acknowledge your unique biology or the importance of food quality - two things that determine health and weight management.
So, is personalised nutritional advice important for the future of health? Listen here https://www.economist.com/nutrition-pod
Your way to better health
Good advice to help with the immune system, something we all need as Covid rates are rising!
Health advice can feel like a lot of ‘don’ts’ but one of the best things about prioritising your gut health is that it’s all about what you add in, not what you cut out.
Your gut microbiota thrives on fiber and polyphenol-rich foods including fruits, vegetables, grains, nuts, seeds, and spices.
As our Head of Programs Dr Emily Leeming, RD says: the important focus for your gut health is getting enough of these types of plant foods to nourish a wide variety of good gut bugs and nurture diversity in your gut microbiome.
So this week, focus on what you can add to your plate rather than what you ‘shouldn’t’ eat, your microbes will thank you 💛
As covid cases rise again this is a good source of advice
Germ Defence Check out Germ Defence, an official website to help stop you (and others) getting and spreading illnesses. The more people who use it, the better it will work!
Notice of Power cut tomorrow, Thursday 30th June from 8.30am.
This means we will have no phone or internet so will be unable to take calls or have messages left for us. I may be able to monitor emails on my phone, if I can get a decent signal!
We should be back on power by 2.30 so our clinic is running from then. If you need to contact us the best way will be via email.
Hoping that UK Power is able to get their work done within this time.
Find a Physio
Find a Physio Search our directory of physiotherapists in private practice across the UK to find a practitioner or clinic in your area.
We have several physiotherapists at Park Physiotherapy who practice Acupuncture and are members of the AACP.
(Shared with permission from a lady who recently contacted us) We know our members are incredible clinicians who work consistently hard to care for their patients. Well done Lisa! 🌟
I am writing to personally thank your team for being so helpful when I recently telephoned to seek some advice in locating a physiotherapist who offers acupuncture, to help my mother-in-law in managing her chronic pain due to an old skiing injury. We were guided by yourselves to physiotherapists within our area that are registered to your organisation and were incredibly grateful to get an appointment quickly with a wonderful lady called Lisa.
To cut a long story short, the acupuncture worked wonders and it’s given my mother in law a new lease of life as the medication she had been taking for the pain left her with extreme fatigue and unable to exercise.
Lisa, the physiotherapist was incredibly knowledgeable and spoke very highly about your organisation and the quality of training she had received. So from the bottom of my heart, thank you! Not only for advising/guiding us in the first place but for training your members to such a high standard that they can make such a difference.
Searching for a reputable practitioner can be such a minefield but having a professional organisation such as yourselves makes it much less of a headache, knowing those that are registered are appropriately qualified to a high standard. We will certainly be recommending your members to our friends and colleagues in the future.
Thank you again for all your help,
Sue and Graham Edwards.
The Bitter Truth About Sugar with Dr Robert Lustig - Dr Rangan Chatterjee
Vital information to improve all our health and to prevent chronic disease and pain.
I urge you all to listen or watch this.
The Bitter Truth About Sugar with Dr Robert Lustig - Dr Rangan Chatterjee My guest on this week’s Feel Better Live More podcast is Dr Robert Lustig, Professor of Paediatric Endocrinology at the University of California. He’s a leading public health expert who has long been exposing the myths of modern medicine and the food industry. His passion is communicating how su...
Very good advice from this and all the podcasts from Zoe. Have a listen....
Increase your weight bearing exercise to improve your bone strength. If this is difficult due to pain or weakness, give us a call to make an appointment for advice.
Having osteoporosis means you're more likely to break a bone than the average adult.
Osteoporosis is a condition where bone strength weakens, becomes brittle and is susceptible to fracture. Physiotherapy can help to reduce the risk of trips and falls, it can also help to maintain range of movement, strengthen muscles and improve mobility.
Regularly exercising is another beneficial way to help strengthen bones and slow the process of bone loss.
We now have a physiotherapist (Nicki Ashbee) who specialises in treating neurological disorders, including multiple sclerosis.
See our website or call for more information.
This month is 🎗️
Multiple Sclerosis, also known simply as MS, is an autoimmune disease of the central nervous system. Common symptoms include overwhelming fatigue, problems with vision and/or speech, difficulty with balance and coordination, and various levels of impaired mobility.
Physiotherapy can help maintain independence by improving symptoms such as fatigue, preventing loss of mobility, strength and balance.
If you are searching for a physio near you, here: https://bit.ly/3MYfmSv
Park Physiotherapy is proud to be a Quality Assured Practice.
Are you suffering from an injury, experiencing pain or you know someone who is?
We have members working in private physiotherapy practices across the UK. All our members are fully qualified and insured, giving you reassurance and peace of mind.
If you are looking for physiotherapist around your local area, you can find one here: http://bit.ly/2LjnJsL
Look out for our Quality Assured Practitioners (QAP) by the kitemark on their listings!
The science of stretching
This is a really interesting article for us all to read. Again, more evidence that just being active is what we need to do especially as we get older.
The science of stretching There are two extremes of flexibility: in one camp lie the lithe-limbed devotees of yoga or Pilates and in the other those who grunt when they bend to pick up s
How Many Daily Walking Steps Needed for Longevity Benefit? - Neuroscience News
More evidence behind the importance of being active in whatever way you can.
Walking is such good exercise, and it's free for us all to do!
How Many Daily Walking Steps Needed for Longevity Benefit? - Neuroscience News A new meta-analysis of 15 studies reveals the optimum number of steps people of different age ranges should take per day in order to maximize longevity.
Nicola Vineyard and Elizabeth Palmer have maintained their Quality Assured Practitioner status for another successive year.
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We are a group of very experienced Chartered and HCPC registered Physiotherapists working together in a friendly and efficient clinic. Park Physiotherapy has been established since 1997 when we started at Weston Park Golf Club. We moved the clinic to this wonderful building at Leys Farm, Hockering in 2012.
We are a team of 6 physiotherapists with expertise covering everything from Headaches to Foot pain; sports injuries to arthritis joint pain; bladder and bowel control (men and women) and pregnancy related pain and problems; muscle injuries to generalised aches and pains; overuse injury to poor performance from chronic muscle imbalance.
Visit our website www.parkphysiotherapy.co.uk for details of the Physiotherapists.
Call us on 01603 881184 to make an appointment to see us. We offer early and late appointments to fit in with your busy schedule. Appointments are usually available quickly. Our dedicated receptionists will deal with your call and guide you to see the team member with expertise in your problem.
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