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Help for low back pain

Low back pain is common, it seems to be a more frequent reason for people seeking our help. We have linked this to people working from home as it is leading people to be less active during their working week. You don’t have the commute to work, the walk to the coffee...

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Are you gym ready?

Are you gym ready? Pickwick Physio’s have had a brilliant week welcoming people back to First Step Gym. Pickwick Physio has remained open since June 2020 but we have missed the buzz of the gym. It has been quiet doing our clinics here and we have really enjoyed the...

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Can Physio help Long Covid?

Can Physio help Long Covid? Physiotherapy plays an important role in helping you to manage the symptoms to enable recovery. Symptoms can include pain, fatigue, breathlessness all which Physiotherapists are highly experienced in supporting people to manage. The...

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Pickwick Physiotherapy Covid Update

Pickwick Physiotherapy remains committed to providing face to face assessment and treatment to their values clients from Chippenham to Melksham and Corsham to Hullavington! We are open as normal, operating our usual opening hours at both sites, First Step Gym, Neston...

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Video and telephone consultation

Pickwick Physiotherapy remains open as we are moving to video consultations which can be booked online.  It's a perfect time to get on top of your issues and injuries! Our Consultation will involve a thorough discussion of your issue. Our Expert Physiotherapists will...

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Mini Balance Session

This month the government has published its new guidelines on physical activity. The paper recommends including exercises and activities that will help maintain and if needed to develop balance, to prevent falls and promote confidence to stay engaged in all of your...

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Mini Strength Session

This month the government has published its new guidelines on physical activity. The paper recommends doing strength exercises twice a week. The reason is to maintain bone health and muscle mass so people can keep being active in the activities they enjoy. Strength...

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Reducing your risk of falls: Get up and Go

Every decade after we hit 30 years old, we can all lose up to 8 % of muscle mass, by the time we are 80 we could have lost up to 40% of our muscle strength. There is a simple answer which takes a little time but is very effective. Exercise. Muscle weakness can have a...

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Blog - Pickwick Physiotherapy
Blog - Pickwick Physiotherapy