Four Tips to Stop That Niggle From Dashing Your Running Goals.

With the 2022 calendar filling up with marathons, half’s and 10k’s, we are seeing a rise in running injuries in the clinic.  When starting any running program, one of our main priorities should be to reduce the risk of injury so we are able to achieve our running goals.  Unfortunately, research would suggest that complete […]

Is Your Stiff Shoulder Limiting Your Golf Game?

Following on from Europe’s dismal performance in the Ryder Cup, let’s talk about how important external rotation of the shoulder is for the golf swing, and many other sports for that matter, and how improved mobility can lead to better performance and prevention of injuries.  External rotation of the shoulder refers to when the shoulder […]

Is my tight muscle the source of my pain?

Let’s talk about tightness and pain Why does that muscle feel tight? Is that what is causing my pain? In the field of Registered Massage Therapy these question get asked a lot. While tightness may sometimes be a response to a very specific problem, such as acute injury in muscle strains or ligament sprains, the […]

Stop Demonizing the Deadlift – 6 Physio Tips to Keep You Strong and Safe

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Deadlifts are a commonly feared exercise for those suffering with back pain, but lifting objects off the floor is something we all do every day. Avoiding this natural human movement is not the answer to back pain. Instead, we should be training it. Let’s try to change the narrative from ‘I avoid deadlifts because of […]

Four Tips to Keep Your Home Workout Routine On Track

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During these unprecedented times, many of us have had to adapt our exercise routine and, as a result, as therapists we have seen a rise in the number of people coming to see us in the clinic for home workout related injuries. If you are planning to start or continue with a home exercise program, […]

Three Tips for Beginner Runners to Keep Your Running Injury-Free in 2021.

With social distancing remaining an important aspect of keeping ourselves and our communities safe during this start of 2021, exercise and time outside remain one of the key pieces of survival of this pandemic period. There may be no better time to take up running, undoubtedly one of the best social distancing sports there is! […]

Three Tips for Minimizing Risk of Knee Injury This Ski Season

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Ski season is already upon us, thank goodness! Want to avoid seeing a Physiotherapist this season for a ski-related knee injury? Of course you do! Read on for three key tips to keep you on the slopes this season and out of the clinic. Tip #1: Stop skiing BEFORE you feel tired. This is key […]

Wait and See or Seek Treatment: Knowing the Right Time to See a Physiotherapist.

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Time heals everything, right? Unfortunately, not always. Knowing the right time to seek physiotherapy treatment for an injury can be one of the most important factors in the likelihood of a full recovery. As physiotherapists, the clients we see who require the most sessions and have worse outcomes in the long term are those who […]