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What is Diastasis Recti?

Written by Lucy Metcalfe, Physiotherapist and APPI Pilates Instructor At APPI Clinics, we often are presented with postpartum women who notice weakness in their abdominal wall, doming off the stomach or who are wanting to return back to exercise. The information around abdominal separation is often very scary and very vast. … Continued

The Power of Consistency: How regular should your Pilates practice be?

Written by Glenn Withers MSK Physiotherapist, APPI Co-founder and Director, B.Physio MCSP Introduction Joseph Pilates, the visionary behind the Pilates method, once said, “In 10 sessions, you will feel the difference. In 20 sessions, you will see the difference. And in 30 sessions, you will have a whole new body.” These … Continued

Overuse Injuries Prevention for Kids

Written by Sam Wells, Clinical Manager & Physiotherapist It’s that time in the year when your kids are enjoying their well deserved summer breaks from school and the sports season. But what can they be doing throughout their time off to look after their bodies and help prevent any overuse … Continued

Scoliosis: How we manage and help you

Written by Glenn Withers MSK Physiotherapist, APPI Co-founder and Director, B.Physio MCSP Scoliosis or ‘curvature of the spine’ is a condition that affects a large amount of the population especially those in the age range of 10 – 18 years old. A ‘scoliosis’ occurs when the curvatures of the spine is … Continued

How you can help Shoulder Pain

Written By Lucy Metcalfe MSK Physiotherapist, APPI Pilates Instructor BScPhysio MCSP How common is shoulder pain?   It’s common!  Every year, 14.7 per 1000 people per year report shoulder pain, with a lifetime prevalence of up to 70%.   What are the different types of shoulder pain?   Most commonly as Physiotherapists, we … Continued

Winter immunity – top tips

Written by Zara Syed In-house Nutritionist at APPI MSc, BSc (Hons), DipION, CNHC It’s easy to get carried away with the excitement and indulgence that comes with the festive season and as a result, we often tend to neglect our health. Come January, many of us feel unwell and run down. Here … Continued

Ski Fit

Written by Mitchell Stokes, Physiotherapist. APPI Ski Fit Class Time to dust off those old ski boots and get the fire wood ready. Finally, ski season is BACK! After a long and very hot summer, we are all eager to get back onto the mountains and shred some fresh powder. … Continued