Follow this series of 3 blogs to understand everything you need to know about the management of football Injuries.
Every year thousands of us go skiing, but are you prepared for the slopes? Transitioning from our sedentary lifestyles to this adrenaline packed sport puts a lot of strain on our musculoskeletal system. The best way to be ready? Follow this 6 week Strengthening Program.
Rugby is a competitive sport, players place an incredible demand on their anatomical structures. As we have seen from this World Cup, injuries are not uncommon. In this months blog we will discuss the most common injuries sustained by the players, how to prevent them and how to treat them.
It seems glaringly obvious, yet the medical profession have only recently begun to deeply investigate the role of exercise and health. Most of us see exercise as a chore or as a way to keep the pounds off, but what if I told you that it was the key to physical & mental health?
Third World Squatting is being described as the single most valuable tool in unlocking athletic performance but its benefits do not stop there
"Give yourself a break, you have been expecting a lot, but rest assured your body will be adapting to this overload."
A simple change may be trying a new pair of shoes or mixing up the sequence of your gym routine.
I was watching England play Colombia in the world cup the other night and towards the end of the main game and in extra time noticed that a fair few players were going down with cramp. This is not uncommon, especially when a match reaches extra time, but it made me think of clients and athletes in the past who I have seen and I wanted to shared my experiences with you.
My legs feel tight, and I keep stretching, but it doesn't seem to help, am I missing something? Am I going to do any damage by carry on stretching, or should I just be stretching more? This is probably one of the most frequently asked questions that crops up in our clinic discussions with our clients and the answer (unfortunately) isn't simple...but can at least be a little simplified.
The Gluteal muscles are the biggest and most powerful muscles in our bodies but most of us do not use them in our every day life activities due to prolonged sitting/driving and therefore they become weak and deconditioned. If our glutes are not working hard enough then injuries can occur as forces are sent down to the lower limbs loading the musculature into our legs and changing alignment.
Growing injuries- Advice to Parents
The Benefits of regular Sports Massage
Converted to midfoot-forefoot running? Everything's going well until you start increasing speed and distance, then encounter foot pain
Why do we get injured?
Trigger points are complex and are often associated with lack of sleep, emotional disturbances aswell as injury and overuse. So how may this affect you?
We explain what Kinesiology tape is (K-Tape) and how it is used for treatment of injuries and rehabilitation of athletes.