For those looking to gain more information about nutrition for pre and post exercise have a read here. Brian also breaks it down for body types and the type of exercise you are about to do.
As we are entering spring, more of us are getting outside to enjoy some sun and take up those summer activities, tennis being one of them. So what does this mean for our hibernating bodies and how can your knee become a victim of your new interest? The knee can be your best friend, but it can also […]
About to go skiing?? Many of you are about to go skiing soon. Even if you are a great skier, it is really important to have laid some fitness foundations and have prepared your body to enable it to cope with the power and endurance that is required. As we get older, it becomes more […]
Lower limb injuries in runners are all too common and unfortunately hard to predict. With the ‘Virgin Money London Marathon’ not too far off, we wanted to share some Back to Back thoughts on shin pain. Lower leg pain can come on for unseasoned runners or those that change their training routine too quickly without laying suitable foundations. […]
Have a quick look at this link to see what Gary Gray of the Gray Institute says about this really common problem. Using Applied Function Science or AFS, the approach to treating this is to really look at the ‘whys behind the whats’ and looking at the REAL cause of your heel pain. It is […]
Treating the patient and not the scan does certainly happen….A recent study has shown that there are many patients with hip pathology such a labral tears etc who are asymptomatic. See link BUT… it is important to remember that it is unlikely that a hip would be scanned unless the patient displays symptoms that warrants imaging….. […]