Tilehurst Clinic | 4 Chapel Hill, RG31 5DG Open
Reading Clinic | Sports Park, University of Reading, RG6 6UR Closed

Virtual Clinic | Online Physiotherapy Consultations

We are open for FACE to FACE

Online sessions also available

Email The Clinic: info@corebodyclinic.co.uk

 

How to strengthen the legs for Skiing?

 

Ah, les alpes françaises! ……………………..parlez vous anglaise ?

 

 

 

 

 

Its a good job Physiotherapists are EXPERTS at pain relief and EXERCISE! If you are suffering from knee pain or worried about exercising the knees then get in touch.  We will assess you and take you through our comprehensive examination process to determine the best exercises for your problem or training need. At Core Body Clinic in Reading and Tilehurst we are committed to keeping you in tip top form.  Skiing is a great exercise and incidentally, providing you are skiing within your limits, has a low incidence of accidents.  Most of the time people ski too fast, crash or attempt something they are not comfortable with.  For technique be sure to get a lesson or have a good look on you tube - kidding!

 

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Women in the 20's right through to their 70's seek Pelvic and Women's Health Physiotherapy

We see women in their 20's through to their 70's who benefit from Pelvic Physiotherapy! 

At Core Body Clinic we are Physiotheraposts and we have a wide range of services and specialities.  The type of clinic we are building is one of specialists.  We cater for Sports Injuries and provide cutting edge rehabilitation.

We also specialise in gynecological physiotherapy and PELVIC FLOOR weakness, pregnant women (pre and post partum), incontinence and pelvic girdle pain........to name but a few!

In this little article I wanted to focus on Pregnancy Physiotherapy provided by Claire Stevens our Pelvic Physio and Rachel Mealyer, our Sports and Pelvic Therapist

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Specialist Spinal Physiotherapy (ESP)

At Core Body Clinic in Reading we want to provide an awesome service for our patients. For this we need equally awesome physiotherapists.  So, we have recently added Greg Pullum to our team.  Greg works at our Reading (RG2 7BW) and Tilehurst (RG31 5DG) clinics. 

Greg is a thoroughly nice chap and just happens to be a super skilled and very knowledgeable physiotherapist.  However, Greg is no ordinary physio.  Like Adrian, Greg also holds a post graduate qualification in manual therapy (MACP) and has completed specialist modules in advanced physiotherapy practice.  But, just to make Greg that little bit more super, he also practices as a Spinal ESP – this should stand for “Exceptionally Superb Physio”, what is actually stands for is ‘Extended Scope Physiotherapist’. The term ESP refers to an experienced physiotherapist who has received further appropriate training to work outside their normal scope of practice normally expected from a physiotherapist.  This might include extensive experience, additional competencies, a Masters (MSc) degree or membership of a specialist organisation like the MACP.  Greg’s current role focuses upon Spinal Diagnostic triage and advanced decision making to ensure patients have appropriate investigations and are referred to the right speciality in a timely fashion. 

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