Sarah Key Stage 5 – Unstable Spinal Segment

Sarah Key Stage 5 – Unstable Spinal Segment

Over the last few months, I’ve been writing a series of blog posts detailing Sarah Key’s theory on back pain. I wrote about spinal anatomy and explained how the spine should work in a “normal” situation, and I followed that up by writing about the “stiff...
Mobiliser review

Mobiliser review

Oh my goodness, what’s that? – the most common response when I fling wide the curtains to the alcove where we keep our Mobiliser – our hidden gem – at Victory. I think I’m probably one of the Mobiliser’s longest-term users, and...
What makes Victory physiotherapy different?

What makes Victory physiotherapy different?

We like to think that when you come to Victory, you’re getting something different from standard physiotherapy.  And judging by the number of people who stick with us for treatment and recommend us to their friends and colleagues, and by the number of...
a trip to the bed shop…

a trip to the bed shop…

Back in December, I popped into the new(ish) Back in Action store in George Street, near Marylebone in central London.  I’ve been a fan of BIA for a long time – in fact since my patients started raving about their Mobiliser bed in 2003. They provided our...
Can my dodgy posture cause my shoulder pain?

Can my dodgy posture cause my shoulder pain?

Shoulder pain is a pretty common problem, with the dominant shoulder more frequently being affected. It is often the cumulative result of habitual poor posture — or the result of habitually trying to force yourself to achieve “good” posture when you have muscle...