Thank you for your original consultation last year regarding my knee, when you suspected I had a torn ACL. This was confirmed with an MRI last year and I am currently laid up at home having had my ACL reconstructed and meniscus repaired in surgery last week.
If it had not been for your advice then I would still be struggling on with a torn ACL and generally restricted knee. This would surely have given me a lot of trouble later on in life and stopped me being active, which I value very highly.
So, again, massive thanks and keep up the good work.
PJE Physiotherapy has joined forces with Godfathers Rugby (www.godfathersrugby.co.uk), a renowned Charity Rugby 7′s side who represent CLIC Sargent. PJE Physiotherapy will be offering Sports Injury treatment throughout the 2014 season. Good luck.
November 2013 proved to be the highlight of what has been a busy year for PJE Physiotherapy. Working within sport and especially sports physiotherapy is demanding but can be rewarding too. As many of you would have been aware, England hosted the recent Rugby League World Cup and it so happened that Bristol was the [...]
What’s K-tape and how can it be used? K-tape is a flexible tape which can be used to help swelling, off load tissues, proprioception and correct subtle irregular biomechanics. At PJE Physiotherapy we have helped many people with various conditions manage there injuries better with this useful adjunct.
The England Touch Association medical team were all ready for the European championships; consumables were ordered, equipment had been shipped, the protocols had been printed and waterproofs had been packed, however a monsoon was not something that had been factored into the equation! Despite this the team remained pitchside during the downpours that occurred in the early days of the competition, to ensure that all ETA squad members had full medical cover, despite them getting a bit damp!