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Ankle Rehab!

Ankle pain can be a real nuisance, particularly if it's not rehabilitated fully.  Keeping our ankles strong, stable and mobile is critical for daily activities and sporting performance. A wobble board is a great way to help work on this stability, exercise...

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Tendon pain

Tendons are thick, strong metabolically adaptive structures found all over the body. They are what join a muscle to a bone and are key structures for transmitting force i.e causing a joint to move. Common areas of tendon pain include, heel, knee, side of hip, elbow...

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Keeping active over the festive period

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from all at Jonathan Clark Physiotherapy! The festive period is a time to relax, unwind and reflect on the year and maybe set some new goals for 2019. December is often a difficult month for keeping to healthy eating and fitness...

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Chickpeas Are Good For You!

Chickpea Benefits: Contain Iron, Protein and Zinc  Help to improve body function Reduce risk of anaemia and weakness Improve concentration Boosts immune system health Enhances hair health and growth Help to regulate blood sugar levels For a healthy kick, throw into...

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What is ACDF?

Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion (ACDF) is a surgery to remove a herniated or degenerative disc in the neck. This procedure is only considered failing non invasive treatments such as Physiotherapy and medication.  Patients often present with pain, weakness,...

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Anterior Knee Pain

Are you suffering from Anterior Knee Pain?  Anterior Knee Pain accounts for 28-30% of all running injuries and 27% of knee pain in female adolescents! Also known as Patellafemoral Pain, Anterior Knee Pain can be caused by multiple structures including the joint...

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Suffering from Shoulder pain?

Are you experiencing shoulder pain or discomfort?  The shoulder is a very complex joint, providing the largest range of movement than any other joint in the body!  Shoulder pain can be related to numerous structures including injury to ligaments, tendons, bursa and...

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What is T4 Syndrome?

T4 Syndrome describes pinching of, or irritation to the nerves surrounding a particular facet joint of the spine. The T4 level is part of 12 vertebra making up the upper spine. Symptoms include the referral of pain and / or numbness to the upper limbs and hands. ...

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Are You Suffering From Whiplash?

At Jonathan Clark Physiotherapy we are faced with numerous cases of whiplash; a soft tissue neck injury most commonly caused by motor vehicle collisions. Whiplash can also be seen in some sporting and trauma injuries. Whiplash is caused by an acceleration/deceleration...

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Chia Seed Craze!

This nutrient rich Aztec Super Food has been shown to: Enhance skin health  Improve concentration / brain power Improve eye sight Strengthen teeth and bones Reduce risk of heart related disorders Maintain weight  Improve digestion  Did you know that 1 ounce of chia...

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The Benefits of Pilates! 

The Benefits of Pilates!  - Increase energy levels and stamina - Increase blood oxygenation through breathing techniques - Increase blood flow - Reduce blood pressure - Reduce muscle soreness - Stress relief - Improve core stability including abdominal, lower back and...

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Tennis Elbow and Physiotherapy!

Physiotherapy can alleviate pain and dysfunction in both the short and long term. Tennis Elbow appears to follow a natural course over 1-2 years and in most cases, will heal with time, but this is not always so. The evidence strongly recommends Physiotherapy to...

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How Physiotherapy can help you!

Physiotherapists help to maintain health for people of all ages, helping patients to manage pain and prevent disease. We offer the services of 16 dedicated, qualified and experienced Physiotherapists, Sports Massage Therapists & Pilates Therapists to assist in the...

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Can Thyme help your Respiratory System? 

Thyme can produce an essential oil which is rich in antiseptic, antibacterial and antioxidant properties.  It is commonly used to treat inflammation of the mouth and throat infections. Thyme also contains expectorant and antispasmodic properties, making it an...

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Positive about Pilates!!!

Jonathan Clark Physiotherapy Ltd is now running Clinical Pilates Classes at Knightwood Leisure Centre! Our specialised classes will start on February 12th 2018 and will be tailored to your individual needs. We keep our numbers small to ensure you receive the necessary...

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Super Sprouts!

Love or Hate this festive veggie but with so many benefits here is why it should be part of your diet all year round!  Brussel Sprouts contain:   High levels of Vitamin K, helping to enhance bone health by preventing the calcification of tissues  Antioxidant and...

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Can Red Peppers boost your immunity?

Did you know that Red Peppers contain 3 times as much Vitamin C and 20 times more Beta Carotene that any other type of peppers. *Beta Carotene (also known as Vitamin A) has been proven to enhance skin health as well as eye health and vision! Red Peppers have been...

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Positive about Pears! 

Did you know that these little fruits are packed with nutritional benefits?! They have been shown to:    Enhance Bone Health Containing magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, calcium and copper, these minerals help to reduce bone mineral loss, fending off conditions...

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Benefits of Sports Massage and Why You Should Try It!

Flexibility Massage therapy can improve your flexibility. In any sport, it is important that you are able to move easily in all directions to reach optimal performance.   Circulation Massage can enhance blood flow; increasing oxygen circulation to help muscles to...

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Dementia

Dementia is a term used to describe a group of progressive neurological disorders. Dementia often results in: Memory loss Cognitive loss Communication problems Motor loss (problems with movement and control)  There are different types of Dementia including:...

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Sports Massage & The Benefits

How can Sports Massage Benefit you?! - Reduce pain associated with chronic injuries, sports injuries, repetitive strain injuries and other complaints - Reduce stress levels - Improve flexibility and motion - Raise energy levels - Increase sense of vitality, positivity...

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Yintang – Acupuncture Treatment

Acupuncture of Yintang can be used to alleviate and even cure migraines! This particular Acupuncture point can also be used to effectively treat stress, anxiety and insomnia! Acupuncture treatment can also be excellent for muscle spasm, knots, pain and tension across...

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We’re Online!

You can now book your Physiotherapy or Sports / Remedial Massage appointment directly online! Follow this link @ https://online.tm2app.com/jcp  We offer flexible appointment times across 4 locations in Southampton, 6 days a week! Book your appointment now!  

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Soft Tissue Release

Soft tissue release can be excellent for neck and shoulder tension, tightness, spasm and pain! At Jonathan Clark Physiotherapy, we offer individually tailored massage treatments with our skilled Sports and Remedial Massage therapists. It is an excellent way to speed...

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What Is A Muscle Cramp?

'Muscle cramps are a common and usually harmless condition where the muscles suddenly become tight and painful’ http://www.nhs.uk/conditions/legcrampsunknowncause/pages/introduction.aspx There are two types of muscle cramp 1. Exercise Associated Muscle Cramp  This...

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Sports and Remedial Massage

We receive a lot of queries from clients as to whether Sports and Remedial Massage would benefit them. In our clinical experience, it can be extremely effective for alleviating various different aches and pains, top to toe. To date, we’ve had some excellent responses...

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Recovering from an Ankle Injury?

Ankle sprain? Ankle pain? Book your appointment at Jonathan Clark Physiotherapy now! Our therapists can provide a variety of treatments, including individualised exercise programmes to aid your recovery and get you back to doing the sports you love! Did you know that...

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Are You Drinking Enough Water?

Is everyone drinking enough water today? Stay hydrated and boost your fluid intake by mixing your water with fruity infusions such as strawberries and cucumber! This combination can aid digestion, increase metabolism plus it helps you get your five a day! 

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What We Treat!

From knees to elbows, ankles to wrists, hips to shoulders, fingers to toes, neck to back; we treat a wide variety of Musculoskeletal problems at Jonathan Clark Physiotherapy! Across our four locations in Southampton, Eastleigh and Fareham, we offer the services of...

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Krazy about Kale!

Try bulking up your meals with Kale; it’s great raw, just tossed into salads and when it’s cooked it can be used as a super side dish to any meal! This leafy green is know for it's following health and nutrient properties: Rich in antioxidants and Vitamins A, C &...

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Jonathan Clark Physiotherapy

Jonathan Clark Physiotherapy We offer the services of highly experienced Physiotherapists and Sports Massage Therapists to assist in the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of a variety of complex musculoskeletal and sporting injuries. With 4 clinics...

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Acupuncture

Acupuncture is a treatment technique that can help to reduce pain by stimulating the body to produce natural pain-relieving substances. How it works: 1) Stimulates nerves located in muscles and other tissues to release endorphins 2) Reduces inflammation by promoting...

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Acromioclavicular Joint Sprain

Acromioclavicular Joint (ACJ) Sprain or Separation describes an injury to the ligaments between the Acromion of the Scapula (shoulder blade) and the Clavicle (collar bone). The Acromioclavicular ligament is commonly affected, but injuries can also affect the...

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Back Pain

Suffering with ongoing back pain which isn’t resolving? Motor control can play a large part in ongoing pain and restoring the normal kinematics of muscles is the first step to getting you back on track! If this is you, come and meet one of our highly specialised...

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Strength and Conditioning Training

Jonathan Clark Physiotherapy is now offering Gym Based ‘End Stage’ Rehabilitation! One-to-one sessions designed specifically for strength and conditioning! Our therapist will tailor exercises to target specific muscle groups, helping you get back to your normal level...

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Spinal Disc Pathology

The spinal vertebrae are separated by fluid filled pads known as the Nucleus Pulposus. These are surrounded by a tough, fibrous outer membrane called the Annulus Fibrosus and are held in place by the spinal ligaments and surrounding muscle. The pads act as shock...

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DOMS; What is it? Why does it happen?

Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS) is pain or soreness experienced 24-48 hours after physical activity. It can occur anywhere in the body which has been subjected to increased activity. It often follows the start of a new exercise programme, increased exercise...

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Costochondritis

What is it? Costochondritis; caused by inflammation of cartilage between the ribs and sternum (breastbone). It commonly affects the 4th, 5th and 6th ribs. Cartilage is a connective tissue between joints of the body; it acts as a shock absorber to movement, protecting...

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What is Fibromyalgia?

Fibromyalgia is a condition causing widespread pain alongside fatigue, sleep disturbance, headaches, forgetfulness or difficulty in concentrating. 1 in 25 people can be affected with women more at risk than men Guidelines for managing fibromyalgia include a graded...

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Osteoarthritis

What is it? A degenerative joint disease, mainly affecting weight bearing joints. Characterised by a slowly progressing stiffness. Pathology Softening of articular cartilage Thinning of cartilage Formation of cavities which expose underlying bone Fragments of bone...

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Avocados – The Health Benefits

Avocados contain: - Vitamin C: an immunity booster and promotes skin health - Potassium: helps to regulate body processes - Vitamin E: an antioxidant, enhances cell protection and reduces cell ageing - Vitamin K: aids the bloods clotting ability and improves bone...

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Musculoskeletal Pain

Musculoskeletal pain is pain affecting muscles, tendons, ligaments, bones and nerves. Usually a result of physical injury, it can also occur due to poor posture and inactivity. Everyone suffers from aches and pains, this is often associated with: Everyday activities...

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The Shoulder Joint

The great joint we all know as the Shoulder - Why do we love it so much? The Shoulder provides the largest range of movement than any other joint in the body! It gives us the lever to our hand and enables us to carry out all our normal activities. It is a complex...

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Bread, Pasta and Rice; Why Carbohydrates are bad for you!

Carbohydrates, grains such as rice, wheat, corn and oats are a common part of our diets. Stocked in supermarkets, they are often refined - this involves the removal of bran and germ, important dietary fibres, B vitamins and minerals, resulting in long life products...

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Jonathan Clark Physiotherapy

At Jonathan Clark Physiotherapy, we recognise that pain can have a significant effect on your daily life and whether acute or chronic, you should seek our specialist opinion straight away. The injury may well be more severe than you realise and could potentially lead...

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Exploring Degenerative Diseases

Guillain Barre Syndrome Guillain Barre Syndrome is a serious autoimmune condition affecting the peripheral nervous system. It occurs when the immune system attacks the nervous system, causing inflammation of the nerves. This results in numbness of the upper and lower...

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What are Muscle Knots?

Also known as ‘Myofascial Trigger Points’, Muscle Knots are areas of contracted muscle fibre. They develop due to increased physical activity, overuse, poor posture, muscular imbalance or stress. Long periods of fibre contraction can result in chronic tension, often...

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Are you getting enough Fibre?

Fibre aids digestive health, can help to lower cholesterol, maintain a healthy weight and is also rich in nutrients, vitamins and minerals. The British Nutrition Foundation recommend a 30g intake of fibre per day. Foods rich in fibre: Guava Figs Raspberries Prunes...

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Exploring Degenerative Diseases

Multiple Sclerosis Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune, neurological disease which affects nerves in the brain and spinal cord. MS results in damage to the protective sheath which surrounds nerve fibres, disrupting the conduction of nerve signals. Progression of...

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Exploring Degenerative Diseases

Huntington’s Disease Huntington’s Disease is an inherited neurodegenerative disease which causes damage to brain cells in the basal ganglia and cortex. It commonly occurs in people aged 35-55 years and results in movement, cognition and behaviour abnormalities....

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What is ASD?

ASD: Arthroscopic Sub-Acromial Decompression, also known as an Acromioplasty is a procedure carried out on the shoulder joint to treat shoulder impingement. Shoulder impingement occurs when the space within the joint becomes restricted, causing the bones, tendons and...

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Carrot Craze

Are carrots part of your 5-a-day?! Their benefits explained:   Slows down the ageing process; carrots contain Beta-Carotene, an antioxidant which reduces cell damage. Cleanses the body; packed with Vitamin A, carrots help to cleanse the colon and remove waste...

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Exploring Degenerative Diseases

Parkinson’s Disease Did you know that one person in every 500 has Parkinson’s Disease? That equals approximately 127,000 people in the UK. Parkinson’s Disease is a progressive neurological condition caused by neuron degeneration in the brain and decreased Dopamine...

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Super Strawberries

Not only are strawberries packed with antioxidants, they also contain numerous vitamins and minerals! Folate Potassium Manganese Fibre Magnesium Vitamin C Strawberries have been proven to: Reduce risk of heart disease, stroke, cancer and diabetes Lower blood pressure...

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What is Golfer’s Elbow

Golfer’s Elbow is a term used to describe tendinopathy to the medial aspect of the elbow; this is also known as Medial Epicondylitis. It results in pain on the medial epicondyle of the forearm which is the origin for the flexor tendons. Medial Epicondylitis causes...

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Bone Broth – What are the benefits?

Bone Broth; typically chicken, turkey or fish bones simmered in water for a number of hours and used for gravy, soups or stews. Some of us may not like the sound of bone broth…but this nutritious mix contains multiple immune boosting products such as: collagen,...

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Health & Wellbeing; How does this affect ageing?

With ageing comes the inevitable changes to our bodies, including reduced organ function, slower metabolism and blood pressure changes. Although genetics are a key contributor to our ageing processes, there are however, lifestyle factors that you can control! 1. Avoid...

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Is Laughter The Best Medicine?

Did you know that laughing can relax both the body and the mind, reduce stress, lower blood pressure, decrease pain levels and even help reduce the risk of heart disease! How!? Studies have shown that laughter can replicate the effects of light exercise; reducing...

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Safe Posture on Lifting

A short but interesting read on the biomechanics of the lumbar spine and the importance of lumbar posture during lifting. http://www.pain-ed.com/blog/2014/09/12/dont-bend-your-back-whilst-lifting-is-this-the-best-advice/ Research has shown that lifting items from...

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Cardiovascular Health

Heart Disease is a growing issue in our population; affecting both the elderly and the young as well as both men and women. Studies have shown that the risk of heart disease increases with age; however, it’s prevalence in younger age groups is rising; 10% of cases...

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Shockwave Therapy 

February’s CPD event at Jonathan Clark Physiotherapy! One of our Physiotherapists introduced us to Shockwave Therapy; a treatment intervention used to enhance soft tissue healing. Shockwave Therapy has been shown to: - Aid new blood vessel formation - Reverse chronic...

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Chronic Inflammation

Chronic or Systemic Inflammation; a low level of inflammation which affects various parts of the body for prolonged periods of time. This can be due to illness / disease and life style factors (e.g. smoking, alcohol, obesity). Prolonged inflammation causes a constant...

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Allergies And How To Beat Them

‘The World Health Organisation claims that 20% - 30% of the global population suffer from some form of allergic disease’ Reducing Your Reaction To Allergies Avoid toxins (e.g. smoking) Smoking causes acute and chronic nasal symptoms in adults and children. Alcohol...

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Physiotherapists & Nutrition

Ever heard of the saying, ‘You are what you eat’? Studies have found that our diets are major contributors to the development of medical conditions such as heart disease and diabetes. ‘In 2010, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) predicted that, at the...

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Mental Wellbeing & Exercise – Are they linked?

Does anyone feel elated after they exercise? Does anyone experience that ‘feel good’ factor? Studies have shown that increased levels of physical activity can have a positive affect on your mood. Not only does exercise improve your cardiovascular health, but it can...

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Physiotherapy for you!

At Jonathan Clark Physiotherapy we have significant clinical experience in not only treating a wide diversity of problems, but finding the cause of the issue to ensure that it doesn’t return in the future. Whether you’re suffering from an injury or just need some...

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Ankle Sprain Rehabilitation

Ankle injuries often require the standard PRICE regime: Protect Rest Ice Compression Elevation However, if your sprain is more severe you may also require crutches for the initial period following your injury. Some injuries will require further immobilisation for 2-3...

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Ankle Sprains

A common injury caused by a twisting force to the lower leg or foot, often affecting the lateral side of the ankle. Sprains involve damage to the ligaments that stabilise the ankle joint, presenting as tears which vary in severity. See below for the different types of...

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Oregano – The Benefits

Oregano contains Vitamins A, C, E, and K, as well as fibre, folate, iron, magnesium, vitamin B6, calcium, and potassium. See the further benefits of Oregano use below: Antioxidant - immune system support Anti fungal and Antibacterial properties Anti-inflammatory...

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What are Trigger Points?

Trigger points are described as areas of pain in skeletal muscle or fascia. They can be felt as a nodule or band. On touch, pain can be replicated and even radiate to other areas. Trigger points can form due to: Overload of muscle Referral of pain from other trigger...

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What is Soft Tissue Release?

At Jonathan Clark Physiotherapy, our therapists offer both remedial and sports massage services. Soft Tissue Release (STR) is an advanced manual technique used to assess and stretch soft tissues. This technique is used to target specific areas of tension and can be...

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Normal and Arthritic joints

As the weather becomes cold and wet, Arthritis starts to prevail! At Jonathan Clark Physiotherapy we treat a variety of Rheumatic conditions, such as Osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia.

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Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome (Shin Splints)

Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome; also known as Shin Splints, commonly occurs in runners and results in pain localised to the medial aspect of the Tibia. It is largely caused by: 1) Overuse or Overactivity 2) Running on hard or uneven surfaces 3) Sudden increase in...

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Our New Clinic

Having just renovated our clinic located at Oxford Street, Southampton, our team of qualified and experienced Physiotherapists and Sports Massage Therapists are here to provide an array of expertise in the successful prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation...

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Manuka Honey

Manuka honey 10+ or 15+ has exquisite anti-bacterial properties. A teaspoon in hot water is fantastic for speeding up the resolution of colds and flu! Packed full of amino acids, B vitamins and calcium, this honey has at least 4x the nutritional content of normal...

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High Hamstring Tendinopathy

The Hamstrings are a triad of muscles originating from the ischial tuberosity, “the sitting bone”, which run distally down the back of the leg and attach into the back of the knee. A tendinopathy may arise secondary to high impact activities, such as running,...

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Kinesiology Taping – What is it?

Taping is a technique used by therapists to enhance muscle function, posture and movement patterns. Not only does taping provide muscular facilitation and postural enhancement, but it also increases joint proprioception and stability. It has been suggested that...

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Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

TOS is a disorder caused by the compression of nerves and/or blood vessels between the collar bone and the first rib (also known as the Thoracic Outlet) Disorders can be of different natures, including Neurogenic (compression of the Brachial Plexus), Vascular...

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Sports Massage CPD

Great CPD event last night with our team at Jonathan Clark Physiotherapy! Our Massage Therapist helped us to brush up on our Sports Massage skills, teaching us new techniques and approaches for a variety of different injuries! Our therapists offer sports and...

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What is Septic Arthritis?

Septic Arthritis, also known as Infectious Arthritis, is caused by bacterium Staphylococcus Aureus or a fungus. The bacterium or fungus can travel through the body, settling on a joint and causing an infection. The infection can be spread through a variety of ways,...

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Foods Rich in Protein

Proteins consist of long chains of amino-acids and are deemed an important macronutrient in everyday life. High amounts of protein enable the body to: Effectively build and repair bodily tissue Produce enzymes, hormones, antibodies and other important body chemicals...

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Why certain foods make us tired

Anyone else feeling tired after their lunch? This isn’t just part of your normal daily cycle - this is about your food choices! It’s simple and it’s easy for us to change! Meals with higher sugar content = fast increase in blood sugar This results in a natural...

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Volunteer Work 

Anna O'Connell - BSc Physiotherapy - Work Experience Work the World allowed me to travel to Sri Lanka and work as a Physiotherapist at Kandy Teaching Hospital for a 4 week period. I was given the opportunity to work across the following departments: Physiotherapy...

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Work the World

One of our Physiotherapists, Anna O’Connell has spent one month working at Kandy Teaching Hospital, the second largest hospital in Sri Lanka. She has been offering her Physiotherapy skills across a range of departments including Musculoskeletal Outpatients,...

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5 Foods to help your Fitness!

Fitness on its own has little to do with weight management. To maintain a healthy and functioning body the food we eat is just as important as any workout! 1. Bananas: excellent for a pre-workout snack, high in potassium and easily digestible, bananas can enhance...

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What is Cupping?

We’ve all seen Michael Phelps in the Rio Olympics this year, and what are those circular shaped marks dotted across his body? Cupping; also known as Myofascial Decompression, a treatment technique which originated from ancient Chinese, Egyptian and Middle Eastern...

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Jonathan Clark Physiotherapy Ltd 

Meet our team at Jonathan Clark Physiotherapy! Across our four locations in Southampton, Eastleigh and Fareham, we offer the services of dedicated, qualified and experienced Physiotherapists and Sports Massage Therapists to assist in the prevention, diagnosis,...

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‘Your’ Treatment

At Jonathan Clark, our exercise plans are tailored to suit you and aid your recovery! Our rehabilitation plans follow the SMART principles: S: Specific M: Measurable A: Attainable R: Realistic T: Time-based Making them individualised, specialised and functional!  Book...

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Kinesiology Taping

At Jonathan Clark, our therapists are trained in using Kinesiology Taping techniques so help enhance recovery! K-tape has been shown to help: Enhance posture Improve movement patterns Increase proprioception Increase blood flow Reduce pain Reduce swelling

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Jonathan Clark Physiotherapy

Across our four locations in Southampton, Eastleigh and Fareham, we offer the services of dedicated, qualified and experienced Physiotherapists and Sports Massage Therapists to assist in the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of a variety of complex...

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Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy isn’t just about the massage! Did you know that Physiotherapy is needed across a wide range of specialisations including: Cardiovascular and pulmonary rehabilitation Neurologic rehabilitation Wound care Post-operative care Orthopaedics Acute...

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What can Acupuncture do for you?

Acupuncture is an ancient Chinese medicine involving needles being inserted to specific areas of the body. it is often used alongside conventional physiotherapy techniques to help promote natural self healing. Did you know that there are over 350 acupuncture sites on...

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Have you had your 5-a-day?

Did you know that 1 banana contains: Vitamin B6 (for nerve, brain, skin and circulatory health) Manganese (for bone production, skin health and blood pressure control) Vitamin C (for brain and immune system health) Potassium (to aid nutrient intake and remove waste...

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What are Mobilisations?

Mobilisations are a form of manual therapy; ’…the use of hands in a curative and healing manner or a hands-on technique with therapeutic intent…’ used to treat and manage dysfunctions of the musculoskeletal system. Physiotherapists use mobilisations as a treatment...

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Blueberries!

This fruit has been shown to contain one of the ‘highest antioxidant capacities amongst fruit, vegetables and spices’. Studies have highlighted that blueberries can promote health through combatting free radicals that can damage cellular structures. Whether you eat...

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Ultrasound, but not as we know it!

Therapeutic Ultrasound is used by therapists to provide deeper treatment to injured tissues. The ultrasound machine emits sound waves which travel beyond the epidermis (top layers of skin) to the dermis barrier zone, resulting in deeper and enhanced healing. How does...

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Healthy Choices

Bell peppers - contains lots of Vitamin A for healthy glowing skin Green tea - contains many antioxidants Prunes - aids your digestion with this boost of fibre Lemon juice - finger and toe nails, remove stains and rejuvenate nail growth Strawberries - contain...

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"I was referred to Jen at the Whiteley Surgery by my employer for a back injury. Over the five sessions she has been nothing but fantastic, helping to completely resolve my primary back complaint, as well as encouraging exercises and stretching to address a couple of minor problems which should help prevent further back issues in the future. An absolute star. Recommend 100%."

Paul Haly

"Very impressed with both the organisation of the clinic and Kerry Jones, who has not only helped me with my damaged hamstring, but helped me improve my running technique. I highly recommend this company."

Pete Marsdon

"I used this provider for their running clinic. The practitioner at Jonathan Clark (Kerry) was knowledgeable and friendly. She was able to flawlessly identify my postural weaknesses and gave me good tips and targeted exercises to improve my running. The overall experience was pleasant and will definitely use again."

L T

"A massive thank you to Liam Newton. He has gone above and beyond to help me recover after a road traffic accident, and now, I am totally recovered. The overall service from Liam at Jonathan Clark's is outstanding. Liam is a credit to this company."

Mark C

"I saw Liam with a dislocated shoulder. He was kind, supportive, and worked hard to make sure I was getting, understanding and doing the exact exercises I needed to get back to full functionality and strength. Not only was he excellent at progressing me through the right exercises, he worked with me to find a substitute when I just couldn't (mentally or physically) do an exercise. I'm now back to rock climbing again, and have not lost any functionality."

Adrian Chapman

"Came in with a niggling injury stopping me competing in races, and after a series of exercises and number of sessions am nearly back running the distances I need. Well worth taking time to see a professional!"

Daniel Lard

"As someone who has reoccurring sciatica and has seen many different physiotherapists over the years, I have to say that Jonathan Clark Physiotherapy has been the best! From the first time I made contact, to attending my appointments and then finally being discharged; the service has been amazing. Jonathan and his team work extremely hard to ensure you have everything you need. The service is extremely personal with a plan to suit your strengths, areas of weakness and ensure you are continually improving. I would recommend Jonathan and his team to my friends, family and anyone who is in need of a great physiotherapist. Thanks again!"

Fay Draper

"Just wanted to let you know that Nick is doing a great job with me. I was on a bit of a downer today, feeling like I wasn’t ever going to get there despite my hard work and feeling like I was doing all the right things. Nick was very reassuring, took the time to explain what was going on with my muscles and why and continued to give me helpful tools and tips. I left feeling much better both physically and mentally."

Angela Day

“I’ve just been for an initial consultation with Jonathan and I was very impressed. I was not sure what to expect but he made me feel very much at ease and the diagnosis and treatment plan were explained in a thoughtful and easy-to-understand way. I highly recommend him and his team! Thank you.”

Martin McKenzie

"Many years ago, after a fall from a horse, I was treated by a Sports Masseur who worked with Atletico Madrid football club and he had his own ‘cabinet’ of physiotherapy. He was the best I have known – until now! Thank you Ricky! You really found the source of the problem!"

Rosamund Brook

"Really impressed. I’ve never been to see a physiotherapist before so I didn’t know what to expect, but I was made to feel welcome and at home. Highly recommended."

Matt Phillips

"Jonathan has restored me to full working order twice, when I was in severe pain and unable to function normally. His diagnostic skills are superb and his treatment and care are always calming and effective. He will always be my first port of call for help and support"

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