PEACE do no HARM! and then LOVE

PEACE do no HARM! and then LOVE

Immediate injury management has moved from RICE (rest, ice, compression, elevation) to PEACE, do no HARM!….and then LOVE This does not mean RICE is wrong, just that current evidence adds more… PROTECT Off-load and restrict movement of the area for up to 3 days. This might mean crutches or a sling. This will minimise further…

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Remote Appointments

Remote Appointments

Online assessments and treatments during lockdown…. Firstly, I’ll never take the assessment process for granted again! One of the cardinal rules to learning to assess and diagnose a patient, is that one takes a thorough and detailed subjective assessment. Questions about how it started. This could be idiopathic, i.e. no idea; overuse; injury; compensation; intrinsic…

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Tennis Injuries

Tennis Injuries

Don’t Let Yourself Be Sidelined by Tennis Injuries Tennis is one of the most popular sports throughout the world, with approximately 75 million participants worldwide. In 2017, 473,372 people attended  across 13 days and the BBC broadcasting figures have shown a cumulative audience reach of 26 million (according to Wimbledon.com facts and figures). It is a…

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