Midlothian Physiotherapy Our new Partnership with Level Ten Fitness

  The physios at Midlothian Physiotherapy LLP are all passionate about health and wellbeing, if we weren’t we wouldn’t have chosen our profession. We all play or participate in the particular sports or activities that we enjoy on a regular basis. For us a successful treatment outcome is not just the reduction of symptoms, but a return to full function[…]

Is sitting bad for your health?

Is sitting too much bad for your health?

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 view. First of all I’m interested in the effects[…]

New Year's Resolutions, Health and Fitness goals and Physio

New Year’s Resolutions, Health and Fitness goals and Physio

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 previous years. The most common goals last year[…]

What you need to know about concussion and how to manage it

What you need to know about Concussion and how to manage it

Earlier this year the Scottish Sports Concussion Guidance  document was published. This guidance document was produced for grassroots sports participants who don’t have easy access to Sports and Exercise Medicine specialists. It was produced and endorsed by experts from the Royal Colledge of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, the Scottish Football Association, the Scottish Rugby Union, the[…]

Eskbank railway station, 250 parking places and a 3 and a half minute walk from Midlothian Physiotherapy LLP

The new Waverley line has arrived !

The new Waverley train line is now officially open and fully up and running. Eskbank station is 3 and a half minutes walk from the platform to the clinic. Journey time from Edinburgh City Centre(Waverley station) to Eskbank is around 18 minutes and from Tweedbank is 37 minutes. Therefore total journey time from Waverly station to our[…]

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