Ankle Sprain Treatments

Ankle Sprain Treatments With all that jumping and running around, turning quickly and stretching on potentially uneven ground it is little wonder how easy it is to sprain your ankle.  Whether it’s simply from overuse, or not warming up properly, it is easy to pull, strain or twist your ankle.   This can leave, Read More

Jumper’s Knee

Jumper’s Knee Treatment Jumpers Knee perhaps less well known, but just as common, is patellar tendonitis. The patellar tendon attaches the kneecap to the shinbone, and excessive jumping can cause tenderness.  In fact, it can cause microscopic tears, which can lead to serious damage. Symptoms include swelling of the knee joint, which may lead, Read More

Tennis Elbow Treatment For two glorious weeks Wimbledon and the world of tennis dominates our lives.  Suddenly we get an overwhelming urge to dust off those tennis rackets, and head for the local courts.  Of course, even the most dedicated and professional of players can injure themselves whilst playing the game they love, so, Read More

Cycling Injuries

July is synonymous with great sporting events, with the Tour de France and Wimbledon having kicked off within days of each other, this is where cycling injuries start! There is no doubt that summer is made for riding, and no matter if you’re a regular cyclist, or a fair-weather one (hey, no judgment from, Read More

New Active Team Members

Active Physiotherapy would like to extend a very warm welcome to our  New Active Team Member who will be working our reception areas at both Bolton and Whitefield Yvonne has recently joined us working from both our Bolton and  Whitefield / Bury clinic as the newest recruit. They replace Rebecca Woodruff who has left, Read More