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New Running Lab Available For All Runners

Thursday, March 29, 2018

Shepherds’ Physiotherapy has a new Running Lab! We are excited to now offer a new Running Lab to the Runners of Great Dunmow and surrounding areas. Should you be a seasoned runner or just starting out we can provide you with an in-depth assessment to... Read More

Diet and Nutrition Advice Clinic Now Available

Thursday, March 29, 2018

Need help with your diet and nutrition? At Shepherds’ Physiotherapy we are committed to helping you with all your health needs. From chronic pain to acute injuries and sporting performance, we can help. We are delighted to announce that on 9th May... Read More

Counselling & Psychotherapy Now Available

Monday, March 26, 2018

Counselling & Psychotherapy Services in Great Dunmow At Shepherds’ Physiotherapy we are always striving to support our clients in all things health related and now we have teamed up with Sally Thompson, a leading Person Centred Counsellor and... Read More

Dealing with shoulder pain

Thursday, March 8, 2018

Have I really got a frozen shoulder? Far too often we see patients in the clinic with an incorrect diagnosis of frozen shoulder. It is an easy label for shoulder pain and is the first go to for many GPs including Dr Google himself. However, there is good... Read More

Dealing with elbow pain

Thursday, March 1, 2018

Tennis Elbow It is the number one cause of lateral elbow pain. Although a common injury amongst tennis players it is not solely defined to this activity. It is generally an overuse injury of the muscles that extend or stabilise the wrist; whether its... Read More

Physiotherapy For Hip Pain

Thursday, March 1, 2018

Hip Pain Structures in and around the hip commonly cause pain, and are particularly rife when we enter our middle years. We see many complaints at Shepherds’ Physiotherapy, be it joint pain from age related changes or irritation of the muscles and... Read More

Preventing and Treating ACL Injuries

Wednesday, February 28, 2018

ACL - PREVENTING AND TREATING ACL INJURIES The acronym ACL has become synonymous with Skiing. This is mainly due to the traumatic nature of injuries which result in an excessive twisting of the knee. The best thing we can do to avoid this sort of injury... Read More

Dealing with knee pain

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Knee Osteoarthritis Knee pain is a common problem for many people, as work and sporting activities start to catch up with us. At Shepherds’ Physiotherapy we believe our hobbies and interests shouldn’t suffer as a result. There are several... Read More

Managing Stress for Safety - article 8

Thursday, December 7, 2017

Managing Stress for Safety At Shepherds’ Physiotherapy we understand that for all of us our lives getting busier and more stressful. Some stress can be positive and motivational. But too much stress can lead to our brain struggling to cope. This can... Read More

The Social Brain - article 7

Thursday, December 7, 2017

The Social Brain At Shepherds’ Physiotherapy we understand that our brains benefit from social interaction. Positive social interaction experiences make us feel good. Negative social interaction experiences make us feel bad. They can also trigger the... Read More

Conscious vs. Subconscious Thinking - article 6

Thursday, December 7, 2017

Conscious vs. Subconscious Thinking At Shepherds’ Physiotherapy we understand that our brains make us who we are. It stores memories and all the experiences from our life. These memories then guide the way our brains feel emotions, sensations such as... Read More

Emotions and The Brain - article 5

Thursday, December 7, 2017

Emotions and The Brain At Shepherds’ Physiotherapy we understand that Emotions within our brain can have both a positive and negative effect on how we feel and how we physically function. Negative emotions can change our behaviour physically and... Read More

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