Back pain and sitting, what can be done.
Knees make up roughly 30-40% of all skiing injuries. Here we discuss some common ways to prevent injury and the impacts injuries can have
The ins and outs of the knee and an in depth look at the ACL and prehabilitation
I’ve had a very personal interest in looking at injury prevention strategies in runners after my own sacral stress fracture in April this year. My own injury happened without any obvious warning signs. There were no significant spikes in my training, no persistent niggles, there hadn’t been any change in my health – other than being sleep deprived by my then 2-month-old daughter, Emmie. You might want to read my previous blog on this here. The experience highlighted to me the potential v
In the age of information overload, the adage ‘you get what you pay for’ is still very much true.
A review of the squat and some common progressions and regressions.
Stress on a chemical level, and how osteopathy can help.
Like with most body parts, one can take the ankle for granted until pain or injury draws your attention to it. However when things are pain free and running smoothly, then it generally isn’t given a second thought. Today I wish to highlight the imp
If your knee isn’t at its best and suffering from any prior injury, it is important to give it the correct support to avoid further injury.
My experience from ill health is that you end up in a system not knowing where to turn or what your options are. You can find a great medical team who can help you within their specialism but the health sector keeps them isolated, so their knowledge
Looking at an Osteopaths approach to managing a patient who is asking a lot from his body but all for a good cause
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