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Biking Injuries As physiotherapists working in a population full of outdoor sport enthusiasts, we are exposed to a wide range of biking injuries! Injuries can be traumatic accidents or chronic injuries that manifest gradually over time and typically arise from an error in technique, training, or equipment. We can certainly take simple measures to […]
RED-S, or Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport, is a condition of low energy which can affect high performing athletes who do not fuel enough to support their energy output. Simply put: Input < Output When there is not enough energy available, the body cannot perform its normal functions. So energy which is […]
What is an Achilles Tendinopathy? The Achilles tendon is the largest tendon in the body, it is a band of tissue attaching the calf muscle to the heel bone and it takes much of the load when walking, running, and jumping, acting like a spring when you push your foot off the floor. Achilles injury […]
What is Evidence Based Medicine? What advantages and disadvantages does a treatment have? Is it necessary and are there any alternatives? Is it based on scientific proof, and not just theories or expert opinions? Will the treatment lead to a faster recovery? Making the right decisions when it comes to medical issues can sometimes […]
More is emerging in the research world about this structure we can find in our body called fascia. It’s literally everywhere! It connects our muscles to the bones (via tendons), acts as a continuum through our muscles and even wraps around all our organs! Without our fascia we would be a pile of bones, muscles […]
Many people walk into our Physio and Pilates studio and are astonished at the strange looking equipment we have in there. If you haven’t come across Pilates equipment it can look a bit like medieval torture devices…….or something a little more x-rated!! In-fact, studio Pilates equipment was developed by the fabulous Mr Joseph Pilates in […]