We are pleased to introduce a new therapy at our Cranleigh clinic – Lymphatic Massage – and welcome Lesley Gillies to our team. Appointments available from Thursday 9th April Lymphatic Massage (also known as Manual Lymphatic Drainage – MLD) is a very gentle massage, using the lightest touch. It can be used to treat a…

In the run up to the London and Brighton Marathons we will be sharing with you some excellent advice from Chris Finill guiding you through the last few months of training to the big day itself. Chris Finill is a London Everpresent and World Record Holder for the most consecutive editions of the same marathon…

Cranfold Physical Therapy Centre’s Back School Many of our patients come to us here at Cranfold Physical Therapy Centre complaining of ongoing low back pain which is affecting their daily activities, and stopping them doing the things they enjoy. It may be suggested that Cranfold’s Back School is the best course of treatment. What is…

We would like to wish all our patients a very happy and healthy new year. As January is a time for new beginnings and resolutions for the year ahead, why not let us help you? Make your first resolution to head on over to our Facebook page where we are posting our top tips for…

To ski well your body demands the use of muscles that are seldom used in everyday life. The body needs strength, coordination, agility, proprioception and core stability to be able to deal with the demands of skiing. Because most skiing muscles are internal rotators or balancing muscles it takes time and effort to prepare them….

In England and Wales there are approximately 160,000 total hip and knee replacement procedures performed each year. A total joint replacement is exactly what is says on the tin – it is a surgical operation to replace your own joint with an artificial joint. The “total” means that both joint surfaces are replaced. Sometimes only…

Are you running the London or Brighton Marathon next year? If so, let us work with you to cross the finish line by helping you every step of the way through your training. Regular monthly massages are great to address those niggling aches and pains as soon as they start, helping to keep you injury free…

by Wendyanne Harrison – as seen in The Challenger Magazine Problems with the wrist and hand are very inconvenient, but generally heal fairly quickly. Common injuries occur as the result of falls, where we instinctively put out our hands to save ourselves and result in broken bones. Colles fracture This is a break in the…

 Due to the ever increasing popularity of our Clinical pilates classes here in Cranleigh, we are thrilled that we have been able to extend our offerings to include Southwater. Laura, chartered physiotherapist and APPI trained pilates instructor, will be running a Wednesday morning class at 9.30 in Southwater Leisure Centre. In addition to this Laura…

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