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A Runner and Gym-goer with Costochondritis

A Runner and Gym-goer with Costochondritis Jess came to me with a 7-month history of Costochondritis, which is the medical term for inflammation of the cartilage that joins your ribs to your sternum (chest bone). This area is known as the costochondral joint, and we...

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A Runner with Achilles Tendinopathy

A Runner with Achilles Tendinopathy George came to me with 9 weeks to go before his first ever London Marathon, presenting with a right sided achilles tendinopathy, which brought his training to a complete stand still. His achilles tendon was sore after 10 minutes of...

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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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"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."


"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"

Joyce Lewis

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A Runner and Gym-goer with Costochondritis

A Runner and Gym-goer with Costochondritis Jess came to me with a 7-month history of Costochondritis, which is the medical term for inflammation of the cartilage that joins your ribs to your sternum (chest bone). This area is known as the costochondral joint, and we...

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