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SPORTS INJURIES

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Knee Pain

Managing Recurrent Ankle Sprains: Relieving Knee and Hip Pain with Glute Exercises

Recurrent ankle sprains can be frustrating and debilitating, not just in isolation but also due to their impact on other areas of the body. Beyond ...
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Sports Injuries

Looking to get stronger? Come and see us for Clinical Rehabilitation and Pilates

What is Clinical Rehabilitation and Pilates?  Clinical Rehabilitation and Pilates is used for patient-specific treatment after an injury or surgery. It differs from Pilates because ...
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Conditioning

Single Leg Stability? What’s that and why is it so important!

Poor single-leg stability and strength can play a big role in contributing to the niggles and injuries we may encounter throughout our life.  As you ...
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Sports Injuries

Should We Completely Rest After An Injury?

Below is a quick summary on PAIN – and as pain is the number one reason as to why patients come to our clinics, an accurate understanding ...
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Conditioning

Glute function and running

I’m sure you can agree that we have all had some form of tightness or niggle after doing exercise especially running post a time of ...
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Sports Injuries

Why Do You Keep Getting Injured?

What do you think is the biggest predictor for future injury? No, it is not your weight No, it is not your BMI No, it ...
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Sports Injuries

3 Tips for Ankle Sprains

An inversion ankle sprain (rolled inwards) is one of the most common injuries seen on the sporting field or court. Due to often a great ...
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Conditioning

Tight hips? To Stretch or Strengthen……that is the question!

“My hips always feel tight, or pinch when I walk, sit or squat at the gym. What the hell?” We hear this a lot in ...
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Exercise

2 Things To Do Straight Away When You Have An Injured Tendon

Stop stretching Injured tendons can be aggravated by compressive forces – i.e. compressing the tendon into bone Stretching an injured tendon (think stretching the calf ...
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Back Pain

Crunches For A Stronger Back And Core? Ummmmm….. Maybe Not!

The traditional abdominal crunch – a staple exercise that is being undertaken in most gyms around the world for the last 100 years – mainly ...
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Conditioning

Prevention Really Is Best When It Comes To Injury Management

The first step of injury management is doing all you can to prevent an injury in the first place. Osteopaths are not solely focused on ...
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Back Pain

Why Upper Body Strength Is Important In Cycling And Triathlon

When we think about muscles we need to work on for riding a bike, the last thing we tend to consider are those through our ...
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