Updated: Friday 3 January 2020

Taking to the slopes has its risks. But there are a few measures you can take to limit your chance of ski injury.

Updated: Friday 3 January 2020

Sporting injuries not only slow down your training but can require physiotherapy or medical attention to get you back on track. As they say, 'prevention is better than cure', so here's our guide to preventing injury through 'prehab'.

Updated: Friday 3 January 2020

Everyone has different pain tolerance levels, but if you're experiencing mild musculoskeletal pain, try practicing these natural techniques to improve how your body copes, without using painkillers.

Updated: Friday 3 January 2020

Rehab is something we’re all familiar with. Sporting injuries are common and require a programme of physiotherapy and sometimes medical attention to allow you to get back on track. It can be a lengthy and painful process. But a new practice is emerging, which allies itself to the mantra ‘prevention is better than cure’. The process is called ‘Prehab’.

Updated: Friday 3 January 2020

Injuring yourself on the mountain can be a scary and frustrating time. Nuffield Health Senior Physiotherapist Andrew Letheren offers some sage advice for what to do if you take a tumble on the slopes.

Updated: Friday 3 January 2020

Our natural response to musculoskeletal pain is to do as little as possible. But what if that pain is persistent? Regional Clinical Lead Physiotherapist, Adam Bellis, explains how exercise can help manage pain and get you on the path to recovery.

Updated: Friday 3 January 2020

Don’t let injuries slow you down. John Doyle, Physiotherapy Lead at Nuffield Health, reveals simple techniques to help minimise your risk of injury.

Updated: Wednesday 27 November 2019

Consultant Ear Surgeon Mr Sanjay Verma explains four things you should know about having your stretched earlobes surgically repaired.

Updated: Wednesday 27 November 2019

The human body isn’t perfect and developing a hernia is often caused by things you can't control. Here are four things you can.

Updated: Wednesday 27 November 2019

Many hernias won’t cause immediate pain or problems, but they can present a real risk if left untreated. Here’s how to spot a hernia and what to do next.