Osteopathy is a hands-on therapy designed to treat headaches, neck and back pain, and repetitive injuries, among other problems. There are many different problems that can be resolved by treatment by a qualified osteopath.
The worst nightmare and the greatest fear of an athlete is to suffer an injury that could get him, or her, out of shape, out of the gym and missing important training sessions. If you are an athlete, you are well aware that every day counts and it gets really easy to become almost apathetic while you are forced to stay still and lay in bed, while in your mind you are still running circles.
In this article we discuss when hamstring pain can be diagnosed as a hamstring injury with John from Synergy Physio. Hamstring injuries are one of the most common injuries that present to a physiotherapy clinic. However although common there are many things that can pretend to be a hamstring injury that are not indeed hamstring injuries.
Leading a healthy and active lifestyle through regular exercise unlocks a number of advantages for individuals of all ages. In fact, regular exercise has been proven to be something of a miracle cure reducing the risks of heart disease, strokes, diabetes and cancer by 50%. However, without the correct equipment and technique, the darker side of an intense exercise regime may be experienced.
Injuries are and unfortunately common occurrence in the fitness world. There are many untrained people out there to push themselves too hard, go past their limits, or simply just does not use correct form. These people are every fitness professional’s worst nightmare, however, injuries can occur even under the supervision of a fitness professional, using perfect form and the correct weight and level.
Tip of the Day: OVERUSE INJURIES....
Are you an everyday addicted I gotta workout for 90 minutes or more kind of gal?
Are you a I can't eat this, I can't eat that, I can't drink this, I can't drink that kind of gal?
Are you a I'm going to push myself even if it hurts kind of gal?
Are you a oh hell, my cramps are bad, but the gyms calling kind of gal?