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Compound Lift Series: 2. The Deadlift

We are continuing our compound lift series today with The Deadlift... The deadlift is essentially lifting something heavy and putting it back down… that’s the deadlift in a nutshell. Its simplicity makes it one of the fundamental movements for...

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Compound Lift Series: 1. The Squat

Whether your a weekend warrior of just somebody looking to stay in shape for the long run, you’ll need to incorporate compound lifts into your workout routine to some degree.  Compound lifts are demanding complex, multi joint and muscle group...

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A day in the life of a Rugby Physio

Ever wondered what its like working in the ‘glamorous’ world of professional sports... well here is an example of what life is like as a Physiotherapist working in professional Rugby League at the elite Super League level. I’ve chosen a typical...

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Top Tips on How to Manage an Ankle Sprain

Lets face it… most of us have been there, whether its rolling your ankle playing 5-aside, tripping off the curb, a few too many in high heels, or even just falling over the dog, ankle sprains are fairly common and very painful! What is an ankle...

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How to manage a sports injury

Last year in the premier league there were 327 significant injuries sustained with an estimated 67, 025 days lost to injury in total. That averages out at 204 days lost to significant injury per player last year! And that’s professional elite level...

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Celebrating 5 Years in Business

The Physio Lounge is celebrating our 5th birthday! 5 years ago a dream became a reality for our Director Craig Lea, who built The Physio Lounge from the ground up with the help of our wonderful staff and clients. It all began with a single clinic...

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How to Fix Your Foot Pain

Plantar Fasciitis is one of the most common causes of heel pain that we see here at The Physio Lounge. It can be severely debilitating, preventing you from continuing with your hobbies and can even make the simplest of tasks, such as walking, hard...

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Top 5 Reasons You’re Getting Hurt in the Gym

1. Not warming up The warm up is one of the most important parts of the workout and should be viewed as an opportunity to prime the body, improve some weaknesses and get yourself ready for the session ahead. A common theme in the gym when people...

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Running After Injury – How Do You Return Safely?

Running After Injury Whether you run marathons, run for sport or just like to run around the block, sadly there will be times when you’ll have to take some time away from running after injury. A return to running programme is vital to ensure you...

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New Year, New ‘Pain Free Me’

The holiday season is fast approaching and we all know what that entails… food, drink and more food! However, in a blink of an eye Christmas is over, 5lbs have been gained and the new years resolution of getting back in shape is beckoning. Each...

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5 Exercises to Improve Your Golf Swing

With the Ryder Cup at Le Gold National being such a roaring success, we thought we’d do a post on the anatomy of the golf swing and offer some simple exercises to help reduce the risk of those annoying niggly injuries that can often keep you off...

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The Glorious Glutes

It doesn’t matter whether you’re running, walking, standing up, jumping or even dancing, your Glutes should be controlling the movement. The Glutes are positioned within the body with a vital role of controlling movement at the hips, trunk, lower...

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We accept all major healthcare insurers, if you don't see yours listed don't worry, we may still be able to help, just get in touch and we'll do what we can to help!

CAREER PROGRESSION PATHWAY

We provide the following career path for our Physiotherapists:

  • Junior Physiotherapist (Under 3 years MSK experience) - £25,000 - £32,000
  • Senior Physiotherapist (More than 3 years MSK experience) - £32,000 - £36,000
  • Lead Physiotherapist/ Specialist Physiotherapist - £36,000 - £44,000

There may be future opportunities for the following as the business grows:

  • Practice Owner (Franchisee) £50,000 +
  • Multiple Practice Owner (Franchisee) £50,000 +

All of the above will include a yearly pay review based on national living wage and personal performance.

We may also run a yearly Bonus Scheme based on personal and business performance resulting in a percentage bonus of current salary.