Category Archives: Sports Physiotherapy
Usually the advice these days with non acute injuries is to get the affected area moving again as soon as possible. The reason for this is that movement itself can have a healing effect on an injury.
Exercising to keep our legs strong, our spine healthy and our shoulders mobile is something that many of us do in some way or another. But how much do you look after the health and functionality of your feet?
Sure, we walk on them when we run or when we walk the dog. We
You may not have heard of the plantar fascia, yet if you experience pain there, you will definitely never forget it.
Plantar fasciopathy, previously known as plantar fasciitis ( ‘itis’ means inflammation, and research has demonstrated that the pain in the plantar fascia is not driven by inflammation as previously thought), is pain in
So I decided to try and explain something in this Vlog that I get asked often in the clinic, how does Kinesiology tape work?