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All you need to know about Pilates at The Carter & George Practice

You might have heard a little bit already about the wide-ranging benefits of Pilates, as the unique approach to rehabilitation and conditioning – developed by U.S-based fitness instructor Joseph Pilates in the 1920s – has become hugely popular in recent decades.   And for good reason! Practitioners say regular Pilates practise can help improve posture, … Continue reading All you need to know about Pilates at The Carter & George Practice

We’re open for business

On Monday, after months of planning and preparation, we opened our doors for the first time and saw our first patients.   We’re so excited to be able to show you all what we’ve been working on for the past few months. The video below gives you a little taster of what our stunning new … Continue reading We’re open for business

Running and recovery tips from our Personal Trainer

With the London Marathon fast approaching, we asked our personal trainer Paul McBride for his advice on running, training, and recovering from the biggest race in the country. With over 40,000 competitors running 26.2 miles, it’s important to be prepared!   This is what he told us…   “When it comes to running, form and … Continue reading Running and recovery tips from our Personal Trainer

Official opening date & introductory offers

After months of planning and preparation, we are officially set to open on 16th April! In just two weeks, you’ll be able to enjoy elite physiotherapy at our state of the art clinic in Hoddesdon.   To celebrate the opening, we’ll be running the following introductory offers, which are valid if you book an appointment … Continue reading Official opening date & introductory offers

How keeping active will help you get the most out of Spring

Spring has officially sprung; and although it doesn’t always feel like it, now is a great time to start making the most of the brighter days with some exercise.   The benefits of exercise are no secret; mentally and physically, just thirty minutes of physical activity a few times a week works absolute wonders for … Continue reading How keeping active will help you get the most out of Spring

It’s time to take care of your joints

Joint pain can become a major issue if left untreated, stopping you from doing the things you love by slowing down movement and causing discomfort. It’s therefore imperative that you take proper care of your joints, to ensure you can enjoy life without the pain caused by stiffness and inflammation.   Below are some suggestions … Continue reading It’s time to take care of your joints

Warm-ups that will make you less susceptible to sporting injury

In order to truly welcome one of our new personal trainers Luke Davis to the C&G team, we thought we’d ask for his tips on warming up and warming down properly when you exercise.   Physiotherapist (and Carter & George’s Co-Director) Rhys Carter has seen countless patients in the past whose injuries could have been … Continue reading Warm-ups that will make you less susceptible to sporting injury

Pop-up physiotherapy clinics in Hertford this month

Can’t wait until we open to try some of our elite physio treatments? Neither can we. That’s why we’re hosting FOUR pop-up clinics at two locations in Hertford this month, so that you can be treated at a hugely discounted rate, and see for yourself how physiotherapy could benefit you.   Members of our team … Continue reading Pop-up physiotherapy clinics in Hertford this month

All you need to know about IMS needling

IMS (or intramuscular stimulation) is similar to traditional acupuncture, in that it involves the insertion of needles into the body to relieve pain. The difference resides in the fact that IMS is a far more specific and purposeful method of pain relief than its older counterpart. Rather than focusing on pre-mapped points in the body … Continue reading All you need to know about IMS needling

The only shock about Shockwave Therapy is its healing capacity

Shockwave Therapy is used in physiotherapy and orthopaedics to heal tendons, muscles and ligaments quickly and effectively. Its main benefits stem from the fact that it is a non-surgical method of pain relief. It is non-invasive, will not cause infection, and holds less risk than other methods of treatment – whilst achieving similar outcomes. Shockwave … Continue reading The only shock about Shockwave Therapy is its healing capacity