• Pain or injury hampering your New Year’s resolution efforts?

    It’s the New Year and the most common resolution of all is in full swing, “I will get in shape/lose weight!”. So as a result a lot of people go out for their first road run in months, sometimes years, or their first long cycle session, or perhaps their first gym session. This is all fantastic,

  • Up for a challenge?

    Up for a challenge?

    The staff at Physiquipe Clinics are running the Liverpool Rock’N’Roll Half Marathon in May 2016 and we’ve all been starting light running in preparation for the Half Marathon plan. We’ve set our times on the AlterG Anti-Gravity Treadmill on 5km, 10km and 1mile times. These times will be bettered as we do long runs, interval

  • Athlete Eilish McColgan discusses how the AlterG Anti Gravity Treadmill has helped her post surgery

    Athlete Eilish McColgan discusses how the AlterG Anti Gravity Treadmill has helped her post surgery

    Eilish McColgan is a British Middle distance runner who has represented her country in numerous elite events including London 2012. She is currently in rehabilitation post foot surgery in the hope of being fit to represent Team GB in Rio at next years Olympics. As part of her rehabilitation she has been using the AlterG

  • Training for a range of fitness levels

    Training for a range of fitness levels

      As mentioned in our last newsletter the Physiquipe Team are running a Half Marathon. As we’re all from different sporting backgrounds we all have different levels of fitness, so we will all run our training slightly differently. My sporting background is very broad. My main sports outside of school were Athletics and Dancing. I

  • Half marathon training…in progress!

    Half marathon training…in progress!

    As mentioned in last months newsletter, the Physiquipe staff will be running a half marathon next year, that’s 13.1 miles of racing around the streets of Liverpool! Similar to most people who set team challenges, we’re all from completely different sporting backgrounds and all have different fitness levels. We’re all using the Alter-G Anti-Gravity Treadmill

  • Combatting Doms

    Combatting Doms

    April saw the Manchester & London Marathon’s, and the Manchester 10km, and it is safe to say we have seen some very tired and achy legs in the clinic! One of our clients, Chris, ran his very first Marathon in London in a very respectful time of 4hrs 55mins! A HUGE CONGRATULATIONS to Chris on his

  • What is Sports Massage?

    What is Sports Massage?

    Here at Physiquipe Clinics we see a number of clients for Sports Massage, and all of them use a Sports Massage for a variety of reasons. Some to help relieve stress after long working hours or amateur/professional athletes using Sports Massage as part of their recovery process in training, following tough and challenging events from

  • Anti Gravity Marathon Man

    Steve is a regular at Physiquipe Clinic and he was with us last week to prepare for the Manchester Marathon, completing the full 26.2 miles on the AlterG Anti Gravity Treadmill. Steve has become a very keen and competitive runner over the last few years and has developed several injuries due to the training and races he has

  • The Secret to Dropping More than 30 Pounds Fast

    Tap into the power of negative training Almost everyone who’s lost weight has eventually put the weight back on. Why this cruel reality? It’s simple, really: During the first months of any diet, your body loses both fat and muscle. Then, when you gain back the weight, you add back only fat because it’s much

  • PhysioTouch Case Study – Mortons Neuroma

    Our patient: 64 year old male The patients suffered an impact injury at work over 20 years ago. This caused the tendons over the top of the foot to go slack, leading to the toes splitting. A Neuroma has developed between the second and third toe – typically called Morton’s neuroma. Before Before A large pitting