Laura Maddicks Physiotherapy

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Pelvic floor muscles

From pregnancy to menopause pelvic floor muscles are vital in supporting our organs especially the bladder. They are no different to other muscles, they can become weak and not work as effectively. This can result in urinary incontinence. Specialist assessment by a specialist physiotherapist can get you working the right muscles in the right way […]

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Stretch workshop

Following the successful evening stretch workshop in May, we are delighted to run the next one on Wednesday July 10th 7-9pm at the Fishbourne church hall. Alongside a full body stretch we will be focussing on the trunk and role of the abdominal muscles.  Please get in touch to book a place as spaces are […]

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Pilates

This Friday 7th June, Kerry begins a new pilates class in Fishbourne church hall, a few spaces remain.

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Pilates class January 2019

Kerry Newman is running a pilates course every Friday at 1130am from January 4th 2019. Based in the peaceful surrounds of St Peters and St Mary’s Church hall this small class offers expert tuition for those looking to commence or refresh their pilates knowledge. Booking is essential so please contact Kerry at kerry@lmphysio.co.uk or to […]

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Neck pain

I recently attended a lecture on sensorimotor impairment in neck pain by an expert in all things neck related Chris Worsfold. A timely reminder on how hard our necks work and the importance of fully rehabilitating patients with neck pain and dizziness. How do you need your neck to work for you? Again the right […]

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Therapy expo

taking time out from clinical work to spend 2 days at therapy expo 2016. Amongst the metres of kinesiology tape it was good to see that @irwinmitchell had recruited Therapists to aid their clients journey through personal injury claims. Spent some time trying out the @necksaviour. Simple piece of kit which I feel will be […]

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Sports therapy and physiotherapy

Delighted to help the next generation of sports therapists gain more experience in the real world of people and pain. Working alongside students from the sports therapy degree at the University of Chichester we are running some sessions for Crossfit members #crossfitchichester in November and December.  Come along and see how physiotherapy and sports therapy […]

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Trainers-the most expensive piece of kit?

With holes in my trail trainers I’m long overdue investing in a new pair.  Truth is they are like a pair of comfy slippers or worn t shirt that I’ve become overly attached to.  Do I simply replace the existing models possibly with the updated version, wade through endless online reviews about new shoes or […]

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Acupuncture for sports injuries

As a registered Physiotherapist in Chichester, West Sussex, I often see how any fitness training programme can take its toll on the body and lead to unwanted aches, pains and injury.  If you’re struggling with an injury, acupuncture with physiotherapy could be your answer. Acupuncture has been used for centuries to treat and prevent illness […]

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Chichester Corporate Challenge

Race number 2 of the Chichester Corporate Challenge is less than 24 hours away.  How are the legs feeling after race 1?  the distance demands a fast pace which can lead to unexpected stresses on the legs.  Hope your preparation has been thorough and good luck for tomorrow evening.

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