Many people worry that running ruins knees. But a new study finds that the activity may in fact benefit the joint, changing the biochemical environment inside the knee in ways that could help keep it working smoothly.
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Many athletes and fitness fanatics count their relationship with a physiotherapist as an important part of their wider exercise regime. Whilst regular exercise is great for your health, sometimes the aftermath following a particularly intense workout can be painful.Physiotherapy can be accessed to treat and reduce the risk of developing such sports injuries, whilst quick recovery can also be harnessed following injury or surgery. Check out the following techniques used by physiotherapists to promote pain-free movement and restore your well-being after exercise.
I am currently working with a client who had a patella issue and was told by the doctor to take it easy on cardio- no running, no jogging, minimal walking.
She was very concerned this would hinder our ability to work towards her goals- short and long term.
The truth is, there are a lot of people who have some sort of chronic joint condition that causes them to feel afraid they won't be able to work like they want to or be able to accomplish the things they have in mind, or will need to completely take time off and will fall off track.
This summer I started training some of my clients in a swimming pool. My clients have enjoyed it and tell me it is more like play than exercise. One of my clients asked 3 of her friends if they wanted to be part of a small group training, so I train them together in one of my client's pool one morning a week.