Category Archives: Sports Injury
When we have a problem, such as physical pain, there are many different ways in which we might react. Some of us might try to ignore it and just keep going. We may be afraid of what we might find if we start investigating the pain, or even if just acknowledge it. Or we might want to believe that
Do I leave it alone so it doesn’t get aggravated or do I keep exercising it to keep it active and strong?
This is the question many are faced with when dealing with chronic and or repetitive injuries and pain. Usually the advice these days with non acute injuries is to get the affected area moving again as
Lower back pain is statistically very common. Approximately 85% of the population in the developed world will have an episode of back pain at least once in their adult life.
The cause of such prominence is not because our backs are structurally weak, but that is the general opinion, unfortunately. The term “slipped disc” is something
The quick answer to this question is: Yes, quite possibly!
Most of us have heard that Pilates is great for back pain. However when it comes to problematic knees, we less commonly think of Pilates to help us. And yet Pilates can make a huge difference to your knees.
Shin splints are one of the most common running-related injuries, affecting around 15% of novice runners within the first year. The cause of the problem will differ from person to person and symptoms can usually have more than one factor.
Medically known as medial tibial stress syndrome, shin splints is characterised by pain due to
Hey guys. I decided to talk about regularity of treatment in this vlog due to the pattern or some participants that were injured and I injured at a few sporting events I attended this summer. Something that me be worth passing to a friend or family member who always seems to be complaining about aches and pains!
A goal many of my clients note down on their client form, when they come to see me is “core strength”. Probably not surprising, considering most of them come to me to practice Pilates, and Pilates is considered a discipline that improves core strength.
And yet, every time I see “core strength” as a goal on the form, I wonder