Chronic pain can make you think that life may never be ‘good’ again. But small adjustments can help you cope with it and live positively with long-term pain.

Updated: Friday 7 October 2022

Published: Tuesday 2 October 2018

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: Wednesday 14 September 2022

Published: Monday 9 November 2015

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 2 September 2022

Published: Friday 19 June 2015

From ACL ligament injuries to shin splints, from muscles strains to tendon pain, injuries happen to even the fittest people at times. Dr Davina Deniszczyc, Medical Director at Nuffield Health, shares her top 5 tips for preventing and treating common injuries.

Updated: Friday 2 September 2022

Published: Friday 13 September 2019

Exercise is crucial to building stronger joints, even if you already experience pain. Try these clinically approved exercises for people with joint pain.

Updated: Friday 2 September 2022

Published: Wednesday 17 October 2018

Regional Lead Physiotherapist, Joanne Fidock, recommends a series of morning stretches to relieve back pain and keep it at bay.

Updated: Friday 26 August 2022

Published: Wednesday 9 October 2019

A diagnosis of arthritis can be frightening, but it doesn’t mean that life is over. National Physiotherapy Lead, Jodie Breach, explains how exercise and lifestyle change can help you to continue to live an active life.

Updated: Friday 26 August 2022

Published: Monday 8 August 2016

Simon Cabot, Nuffield Health physiotherapist provides some tips for keeping your back healthy when you're on the go.

Updated: Wednesday 24 August 2022

Published: Friday 19 June 2015

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 23 October 2020

Published: Tuesday 2 October 2018

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

Published: Monday 8 August 2016