A focus on… Stress Fractures

A stress fracture is a microscopic fracture of the bone that is so small that it often cannot be picked up on X-ray. If left untreated, a stress fracture can cause significant disability and develop into a full fracture, possibly even requiring surgery.

A focus on… Trochanteric Bursitis

A bursa is a small jelly-like sac of fluid that sits between bone and soft tissue; there are many of them located around the body and their function is to reduce friction between two structures. When a bursa is irritated through excessive or abnormal stress, it can become inflamed.

A focus on… Meniscal Injuries

The knees take a lot of impact when doing medium- or high-impact activities such as running, jumping, hill-walking and playing field sports. The meniscus is commonly damaged during these activities, and can be a cause of significant pain and movement dysfunction if damaged. What exactly is this mysterious meniscus, and why is it so important?

Proprioception and Balance

Started a new exercise regime lately and noticed your balance isn’t quite up to scratch? Chances are, you need to dial things back a little and return to the basics. Balance is an important part of fitness and improving your balance can dramatically improve your performance.

Are you a Headache Sufferer?

If you suffer from chronic headaches or migraines, then Geoff Ford will be able to assess you in a specific way to ascertain whether it is treatable using a new evidence-based method of treatment. He will thoroughly assess your neck and diagnose where your headache originates from and will then work with you to treat that cause.