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Just to let you know that our next SYFA accredited First Aid for Sport courses are on the 5th/6th March, the 2nd/3rd April and the 9th/10th April. So for the feedback we have received about our First Aid courses has been excellent so we look forward to hearing from you if you are interested.

For more details please see the link below

http://www.midlothianphysiotherapy.co.uk/our-first-syfa-ac…/
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The knee is a fairly common source of pain and other problems with around 20% of adults complaining of knee pain or other symptoms such as locking or giving way, The more common issues and problems which affect the knee are discussed in this blog post…
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Just to let you know that we still have 2 spaces on our next SYFA accredited Sports First Aid course on the 23rd and 24th of January 2016.
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Earlier this year the Scottish Sports Concussion Guidance was published. This guidance was produced for grassroots sports participants who don’t have easy access to Sports and Exercise Medicine specialists. It was produced and endorsed by the experts from…
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Ligament injuries otherwise referred to as sprains are common in everyday life. They are even more common in those who participate in any kind of sporting activity, especially those which involve rapid changes of direction such as football, rugby, hockey,…
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Following on from our last very successful SYFA accredited Sports First Aid course. Our next is on the 12th and 13th of December, in just over 2 weeks time. It’s filling up fast however we still have a few spaces left. So if you want to meet the criteria…
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Every year many of us wake up on the 1st of January and decide that we want to make some kind of change that is related to our health and wellbeing. This year it is estimated to be just a little over 30% of us, which is fairly consistent with polls in…
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Most of us have probably heard in the last few years that we should generally be less sedentary and that most of us probably sit too much. From my point of view as a physiotherapist I am interested in sitting and/or the lack of activity from two points of…
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Following on from our last very successful SYFA accredited Sports First Aid course. Our next is on the 12th and 13th of December, in just over 2 weeks time. It’s filling up fast however we still have a few spaces left. So if you want to meet the criteria…
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Arthritis is extremely common, around 10 million people in the UK will seek help from their GP every year for it and related problems. While it is more common in adults, some types can and do affect children. This post will first outline the main types…
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