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Back to Physiotherapy  Following back surgery last year, I was referred to Chris Pettit by my surgeon to speed up my recovery. I have suffered from back pain for more than a decade and seen countless physiotherapists over the years. I cannot commend Chris highly enough, his techniques have helped me to strengthen my core Read More

As a Sport, Exercise and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist I can devise running and/or ski fit training programs tailored to your needs, these are now available at Broadgate Spine and Joint Clinic. These can be worked out as a single one off session including analysis and a plan, or if you want regular more structured sessions 1:1 or Read More

Alan Jordan - Chiropractor

Management of Achilles Tendinopathy

by Alan Jordan

Tendons are simply what connect muscles to bones. They transfer the force generated by muscles to bones and hence result in coordinated movement in joints. The Achilles tendon is the largest tendon in our body and it withstands tensile forces of up to 8 times body weight during running. The term tendonitis is no longer Read More

Richard Hollis - Chiropractor

Lower Back Pain and Tennis

by Richard Hollis

It’s tennis season and at this time of year we seeing more low back problems from tennis.  Low back pain is common among tennis players and general there are two types of back injury, a sudden “injury” or gradual onset of stiffness and pain, usually increasing the more time that is spent playing. The first Read More

Alan Jordan - Chiropractor


by Alan Jordan

Tendinopathy is a condition very frequently seen in any physiotherapy clinic. It is not exclusive to the active individuals but it is also common in people leading a sedentary lifestyle. The cause of tendon injuries tends to be multifactorial with both internal and external factors playing a part. Many tendons can be affected around shoulder, Read More

Many people have heard the term ‘core stability’ bandied around a fitness class but few would claim to know exactly what the term actually means.  In actual fact, core stability is as important in everyday life as it is in the gym.  It helps to prevent injuries in activities from gardening and DIY to shopping! Read More

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