This month 20 – 27th October the fourth Invictus Games will be taking place in Sydney.  If you’ve never heard of them, or don’t know much about them, the whole premise of the games is to use the power of sport to inspire recovery, support rehabilitation and generate a wider understanding and respect for, Read More

It can be easy to think that the year is over as far as large sporting events are concerned. After all, we’ve already had the World Cup, Wimbledon and the Tour de France. What more can there possibly be? Of course, lots – but we’re specifically thinking about the Golf, Ryder Cup, which tees, Read More

Did you know that 21st August is Senior Citizens Day?  Probably not, it is, after all, one of the lesser known national days you’re likely to hear of.  However, that doesn’t mean it’s not the sort of thing we ought to be getting behind and supporting. Here at Active Physiotherapy we thought it would, Read More

On 7th July the 105th Tour De France Cycling event will be kicking off in Noirmoutier-en-I’lle, before eventually coming to a halt on 29th July on the Champs-Elysees in Paris, taking in 3,329km with only two rest days.  The shortest stage is a barely noticeable 35km to cover time trials, whilst the longest stage, Read More

Unless you’ve been living in a cave for the last few weeks, or you really hate football, you’ll no doubt be aware that the World Cup starts on 14th June (and will run until 15th July, where England will undoubtedly NOT be crowned champions). It would be wrong of us not to jump at, Read More