Wendy A Carswell and Associates
Registered Healthcare Professionals

Chartered Physiotherapists, Registered Osteopaths, Registered Chiropodists & Podiatrists,
Traditional Chinese Medicine, Power Plate and Therapeutic Pilates
Diagnostic Ultrasound Scanning

01943 850723
enquiries@physio-logic.co.uk
26 Westgate, Otley, West Yorkshire, LS21 3AS

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Shoulder Stabilisation Program For The Overhead Athlete. The shoulder needs to have strength and a lot of mobility at the same time. These strengthening exercises may help to prevent injuries in athletes who perform repeated powerful movements above shoulder height. Thanks for allowing me to post this The Prehab Guys.

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"All intervertebral joints, along the length of spine, possess capsule processes, i.e., meniscoids, which can be classified as synovial, fat and fibrous. Meniscoids are most developed in the lumbar and cervical spine. They serve to compensate for the incongruence of articular surfaces and to fill in empty spaces. Mobile, peduncular meniscoids can, at sudden or non-physiological movements, be caught between articular surfaces and cause spinal blockade and painful conditions. Manipulative treatment is, therefore, justified in indicated cases." Article: www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12125216 FAM = FibroAdipose Meniscoid Other image abbreviations: Typical cervical motion segment and structures comprising the zygapophyseal joint. SAP, superior articular process; IAP, inferior articular process; JC, joint capsule; M, multifidus muscle; IVD, intervertebral disc. Image source: musculoskeletalkey.com/disorders-of-the-cervical-spine/

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News, updates and articles...

How Exercise Can Benefit your Brain

8th May 2017 Posted in news


Tour De Yorkshire

29th April 2017 Posted in news

Congratulations Lizzie Deignan! Lovely to see you win in Harrogate!

 

 


Diagnostic Ultrasound Scanning Service launched at Physio Logic Ltd

17th March 2017 Posted in news

Physio Logic are really excited to announce that Northern Medical Ultrasound Ltd will now be providing a private diagnostic Ultrasound scanning service from the practice.

 

For further information please check
http://www.physio-logic.co.uk/ultrasound-scanning/
or ring the practice on 01943 850723

 


Plantar Fasciitis Animation

8th September 2016 Posted in news

Lumbar Spine Anatomy Video

8th August 2016 Posted in news

Lumbar Spine Anatomy video:


3D Medical Animation – L5/S1 paracentral disc herniation with compression of nerve root

8th July 2016 Posted in news


Green Tea compound and Rheumatoid Arthritis

8th June 2016 Posted in news

Interesting article on a compound in green tea showing promise for treating rheumatoid arthritis:

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Serrates Anterior Exercise for Winged Scapula

8th May 2016 Posted in news

Excellent Serratus Anterior exercise for winged scapula:


Ready to welcome the Tour de Yorkshire!

29th April 2016 Posted in news

Ready to welcome the Tour de Yorkshire!

 

The Yorkshire flags are up and the bunting ready to welcome the Tour de Yorkshire!

Best of luck to all the riders competing and in particular to Lizzie Armitstead.

Looking forward to seeing you ride again in Otley! #AllezLizzie

From Wendy & Staff at Physio Logic.

 

 

 

 

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Fabulous sunny morning in the centre of Otley and big crowds to cheer them on!

 

 

 

 

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And they are off!

 

 

 


Otley Physiotherapy & Sports Injuries Clinic celebrates 21 years!

11th July 2015 Posted in news

Otley Physiotherapy & Sports Injuries Clinic celebrates 21 years!

imageOtley Physiotherapy & Sports Injuries Clinic at Physio Logic Ltd is delighted to celebrate its 21st anniversary in 2015 under the guidance of Wendy Carswell. Wendy first started Otley Physiotherapy & Sports Injuries Clinic back in 1994 turning it into Physio Logic, a limited company in 2002.

Based on Westgate in Otley, Physio Logic provides an array of specialist healthcare professions providing ethical and high quality healthcare to the local community of Otley, Ilkley, Leeds, Harrogate and surrounding areas.

The practice has eight highly qualified Chartered Physiotherapists with a wealth of experience providing physiotherapy for a whole range of musculoskeletal and sports injuries, as well as neurological, respiratory, gynaecological and oncological problems.

Physio Logic also has two registered Osteopaths, a Chiropodist, Podiatrist specialising in Gait Analysis and Biomechanical assessments, and a qualified Chinese Doctor practising Chinese Medicine including Acupuncture. The practice also offers Aromatherapy and Reflexology as well as sports massage and musculoskeletal screening sessions.

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In 2009 Physio Logic was delighted to be awarded willing provider status by the NHS and trialled a successful 9 month NHS physiotherapy pilot service to Leeds Primary Care Trust for the provision of physiotherapy to Charles Street Surgery in Otley.

To enable their staff to maintain evidence based best practice and continually keep abreast of current research, Physio Logic is proud to be a centre for training, providing regular postgraduate courses from the premises for physiotherapists, osteopaths, and sports therapists locally and nationally.

Physio Logic has been excited to announce the addition of a new Power Plate® machine to the practice and is now registered as a Power Plate® training facility having six of their physiotherapists certified as Power Plate® Instructors. The physiotherapists are embracing the Power Plate® as an excellent rehabilitation tool due to the range of benefits the Power Plate® offers.

Many services have been added over the years including the Power Plate for rehabilitation and more recently Laura, one of the physiotherapists, has launched Therapeutic Pilates classes on a Saturday morning. Combining Pilates exercises and physiotherapy it uses low impact exercises to strengthen the core muscles to enhance recovery, reduce the risk of further injuries and provide a long term approach to the management of many health conditions. Drop in to book a course of classes or call on 01943 850723. The classes are available for everyone and many patients are finding them an extremely useful rehabilitation tool following treatment.


 

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