In: Featured

IASTM Introductory Workshop at Leeds Beckett University
14th March 2018

February 13th, the day the student became the teacher when our Clinical Applications Specialist and HawkGrips tutor, Dominic Smith, returned to…

Read More
Understanding Pain and Myofascial Restrictions in Sports
26th February 2018

This 1-day course has been developed following the success of improving athlete function through assessment and treatment of soft tissue restrictions,…

Read More
‘Effect of an 8-Week Eccentric Training Program on Strength and Balance’
22nd February 2018

Recent paper in the International Journal of Exercise Science on the ‘Effect of an 8-Week Eccentric Training Program on Strength and…

Read More
ShockWave Therapy to Decrease Pain and Increase Range of Motion
26th January 2018

The Problem A 28 year old pilates teacher has been experiencing left heel pain for the last 3 months. With a…

Read More
Combining IASTM and Negative Pressure to Increase Range of Motion
9th January 2018

By Jodie Comer (Sports Therapist) The Problem The client was complaining of tension around their shoulder, which was causing tightness in the…

Read More
The 3 E’s of Lymphoedema
19th October 2017

The 3 E’s of Lymphoedema are a simple breakdown of what we can do as healthcare professionals and patients to help…

Read More
What to consider when choosing Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilisation tools
22nd August 2017

1. Aim – What do you aim to use the tools for? • Target specific areas • Save your hands • Improve patient... Read More
A Therapeutic Technique to help rid you of Strains, Sprains and Pains
1st June 2017

By Kraig Bano With warm weather comes the excitement of returning to our favourite outdoor activities such as walking, running, biking, playing…

Read More
How Advancements in Technology are Helping Johns Hopkins Stay at the Top
5th May 2017

How advancements in technology are helping Johns Hopkins stay at the top We had the pleasure of Hosting Ken Johnson, Physiotherapist…

Read More
iastm courses uk
IASTM Courses at Physiquipe UK
27th January 2016

Physiquipe host Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilisation (IASTM) certification courses across the UK and Ireland, including London and Manchester.   Upcoming... Read More