Knowle Fun Runners get treatment and advice from Parkway's Physiotherapy Team

20 May 2014

A beautiful hot and sunny day for the Knowle Fun Run and our physios worked hard in the heat to provide the runners with much needed massage. The summer weather brought out many local residents in Knowle to cheer on the runners. We are delighted that our physios were able to support this community event which takes place every year supporting various local and national charities. The team were also able to take donations from runners and contribute £52 towards the nominated charities.



Spire Parkway Physio                                                    

The team meet Don Maclean who opened the run.


Parkway Physio

Physio Louise Prottey treats a runner with a deep post run massage- Louise specialises in sports injuries and rehabilitation.  She is currently physiotherapist for the England Women's Rugby 15s team, which involves maintenance of the player's health, injury prevention treatment, injury treatment and rehabilitation. 

 Parkway Physio 

Above: Our physio Karen Wilkinson treats a runner. Karen has special interests in muskuloskeletal conditions including shoulder and knee injuries, as well as treatment of patients following cosmetic surgery. She also has a special interest in using Pilates based exercise to aid rehabilitation following an injury or surgery.

To book an appointment with any of our physiotherapists, or for advice on a current condition please call 0121 704 5546

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