One of the best things about Cornwall Physio, in my opinion, is our anti-gravity treadmill, and that’s a pretty big claim since we have so many awesome bits of tech here. Here’s why… The Alter-G gives you the power to start walking and running again many weeks, even months before you would normally be able toContinue Reading »
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Rob’s maintenance physio As we hit Autumn Marathon season, runners and non-runners alike can benefit from regular Physiotherapy sessions to keep on top of any aches or pains. This year one of our Physio team, John, took part in the London Marathon and went through the same training ups and downs as many of our clients:JohnContinue Reading »
Our 3D Gait Analysis Just Got Even BetterWe’ve made a few changes to the clinic this Spring, including moving The Run Lab® into a dedicated Biomechanical Assessment Room. Our new gait lab is home to all of our testing equipment including our famous 3D gait analysis, plus our Footscan, force-plates and Anti-Gravity treadmill. Having a dedicatedContinue Reading »
I wanted to answer some confusion around the topic of stretching. It’s commonly believed that stretching is important for reducing injury or preventing muscle soreness… so you might be surprised to hear what science actually tells us and what we actually recommend to our runners here at The Run Lab®. Maybe you don’t need to stretch after all!?!…“Lou,Continue Reading »
Here at Cornwall Physio we have some of the best clinical gait analysis facilities in the UK. When we launched The Run Lab® back in 2017 we became one of the first Physiotherapy clinics in the UK to provide ‘makerless’ 3D gait analysis, creating a specialist 3D gait analysis centre here in the South west.WeContinue Reading »
What if I told you that training your butt could help you pick the lock to your next PB?Here at Cornwall Physio we love big butt muscles, and we can’t lie! The truth is we can all benefit from a strong backside, but it is especially important for you runners, and here’s why.Your butt musclesContinue Reading »