Manchester Colour Run 2017
28th June 2017

Manchester Colour Run 2017 Dubbed ‘the happiest 5km on the planet’ Manchester’s very own Colour Run takes place at the Etihad Campus this Saturday 1st July. At each kilometre of the run, runners will enter designated ‘Color Zones’ – which basically means that volunteers get to douse you in colourful powders! It’s also worth mentioning […]

Single Arm Kettlebell Swing
Single Arm Kettlebell Swing
23rd June 2017

Single-Arm Kettlebell Swing Targets: Shoulders, Back, Hips, Glutes, Legs Level: Beginner-Intermediate How to: This movement is just like the two-handed swing, but uses one hand at a time. Swing the kettlebell up with one arm, but still swing the other arm to help drive momentum. Alternate hands when the kettlebell is behind the legs; aim […]

Russian Kettlebell Swing
23rd June 2017

Targets: Shoulders, Back, Hips, Glutes, Legs Level: Beginner How to: To do the perfect kettlebell swing, stand up straight, with feet a bit wider than hip-distance apart. Grab the handle with both hands, keeping the palms face down and arms in front of the body. Maintain a slight bend to the knee and drive the […]

Ingrown Toenail
23rd June 2017

Ingrown toenail An ingrown toenail develops when the sides of the toenail grow into the surrounding skin. The nail curls and pierces the skin, which becomes red, swollen and tender. The big toe is often affected, either on one or both sides. Other symptoms include: Pain if pressure is placed on the toe Inflammation of […]

Cracked Heels
9th June 2017

Cracked heels   When heels become too dry they often crack, sometimes resulting in deep fissures. In some cases the fissures can bleed and this can easily lead to bacterial infection.   Cracked heels are usually accompanied by hard callus which can be painful.   Causes of cracked heels: Dry skin. Prolonged standing. Obesity. Wearing […]

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Hammer Toes
7th June 2017

Hammer Toes   Hammer toes are a common foot deformity where the toes appear to be always bent. They are caused by wearing shoes that are too small, foot injuries, or simply genetics – some people are predisposed to develop hammer toes. Rheumatoid arthritis can also cause hammer toes as it affects the joints in […]

Achilles Tendopathy
2nd June 2017

So are your calves or ankles still feeling sore after your weekend race…. it could be Achilles Tendopathy The Achilles tendon is situated at the back of the lower leg from the calcaneus (heal) bone to the posterior calf muscles. Tendons connect a muscle to a bone to allow movement. The Achilles tendon is one of […]

Metatarsalgia
1st June 2017

Metatarsalgia Metatarsalgia is the name for pain in the ball of the foot. It affects the metatarsals, the long bones in the midsection of your foot connecting to the toes. The feet can be a common source of pain because they support your weight throughout the day as you’re standing, walking and running. Metatarsalgia can have a […]

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  27th/28th Marathon Weekend This weekend brings one of the busiest weekends in the marathon calendar, with Liverpool, Manchester and Edinburgh all hosting multiple races over the weekend. We have been working hard with many of clients here at G4 to get everyone in the best condition for their races, this has been a combination […]

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Athlete’s Foot
19th May 2017

Athlete’s Foot – medically known as Tinea Pedis –  is a skin condition affecting the feet caused by a fungal infection. It usually occurs between the toes but in some cases it can spread to the whole underside of the foot, sometimes resulting in cracked skin or blisters. Tinea Pedis is spread by coming into […]

Tom
19th May 2017

Podiatrist: Tom BSc (Hons) Podiatry. HCPC Registered. Tom comes from a background of high risk wound care in the NHS, specialising in diabetic feet and general podiatry. As a long distance runner Tom was initially introduced to podiatry as a patient and draws on his knowledge of the sport to tailor his treatments to each […]

Daniel
Daniel
15th May 2017

Physiotherapist Daniel BSc (Hons), MCSP, HCPC registered Chartered Physiotherapist Registered with HCPC Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (Website Currently Being Updated)

Emma
Emma
15th May 2017

Physiotherapist Emma BSc (Hons), MCSP, HCPC registered Chartered Physiotherapist Registered with HCPC Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy Qualified Acupuncturist (Website Currently Being Updated)

Sam
Sam
15th May 2017

Sports Rehabilitator:  Sam BSc (Hons), BASRaT registered Clinic Administrator (Website Currently Being Updated)

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