Geoff Ford uses an holistic approach to help clients reach their goals, with a specific interest in the promotion of physical activity and empowering clients with self-management skills.
Alison Ford has worked in her own medical practice for over 35 years and has developed a special interest in musculoskeletal health and exercise therapy.
Martin Ford has been a physiotherapist for 38 years now and offers a plethora of expert manual skills developed and honed over the years.
The reason why your therapist is asking is that diabetes can actually have quite a large effect on healing times of body tissues. At times, injuries can take up to twice as long to heal properly in patients with diabetes and your physiotherapist will need to update their training and rehabilitation programs to factor this in.
Let’s get clued up on hamstring strains; why you may have one, what you can do to help and how to prevent a future injury. The hamstrings are a group of three muscles; the biceps femoris, semimembranosus and semitendinosus. You can feel these muscles if you place your hands on your sitting bones where the muscles originate and slide your hands down the back of your legs. The main action of these muscles is to bend your knee, take your leg out behind you and to assist rotation of your knee, especially when performing accelerating and decelerating actions.