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In this post we cover an important aspect of con-surgical carpal tunnel treatment: Carpal Tunnel exercises. We will start with a citation. Because of the potential side effects and risks of… Read More
Glute activation, building a good squat pattern and reaching your Peak. In this post we are going to cover the best ways to optimize glute muscle activation. Not enough glute activation is t… Read More
In this post I want to give you the tools to lay the foundations of a functional and stable, pain free neck. As with all spinal rehabilitation and retraining, there are important aspects tha… Read More
Whether you’re an amateur, weekend warrior or a pro, good ankle range is a must for many basic movement patterns. In this post we will talk about a quick ankle range of motion test tha… Read More
The Percussion Massage Gun, in various forms, has become wildly popular in the last couple of years and have a lot of claims to how much they can do! But are they really worth the money? Do… Read More
Three Ways To Help Hip Pain
If you have suffered chronic hip pain before, you can probably attest to how uncomfortable and nerve-wracking it can be. Hip pain can turn the most simple and natural activities, like climb… Read More
Acupressure Mats: Fad Or Effective?
We have a bit of a different blog post from us here. Instead of the usual effective rehab exercises and advice, we decided to take a close look at a product that is regularly used to ease pa… Read More
Effectively Prevent An Ankle Sprain
An ankle sprain is one of the most common injuries, making up a quarter of all sporting injuries. But luckily, whether in sports or just in everyday life, there are two fantastic ways that a… Read More
Ankle Pain, The Best 3 Support Braces
Our ankles get little reprieve and time to rest so when we get ankle pain we need a way of looking after them while keeping going. We have outlined the best supports and given a guide so tha… Read More
How To Run Better, The Basics
There are a few easy things that everyone can apply to their running to decrease injury, pain and simply make running easier and faster! Today we are simply going to show you how t… Read More
The Wall Sit – Beat Knee Pain
The Wall sit is one of the most do-able exercises and is a brilliant strengthening exercise for anyone with back, hip or knee pain. Who would benefit from would wall sits, otherwise known as… Read More
Exercises To Fix IHunch
With all great things, there is always an equal and opposite, and with improved technology and greater availability, we now have a new syndrome. The iHunch. Luckily for you, we know the best… Read More
Carpal Tunnel Exercises: Avoid Surgery
Carpal tunnel syndrome causes pain, numbness, and weakness in the wrist and hand and with nearly 50% of all work-related injuries are linked to to it, finding carpal tunnel exercises that he… Read More
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Avoid Surgery
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is very, very common with nearly 50% of all work-related injuries linked to carpal tunnel syndrome.  Fortunately, there are effective and evidence-based Carpal Tu… Read More
Injuries: How To Heal Faster
I am often asked about how to heal faster, so here is the answer. It isn’t a magic bullet but through mechanotherapy, you can heal faster, and stronger. In the clinic, it is sometimes… Read More
For years, myofascial release has been used by massage therapists, physiotherapists, osteopaths to improve mobility and function and more recently self myofascial release have been utilized… Read More
Tips For Beating Knee Cap Pain
Knee cap pain, often called Patellofemoral pain, is very common in the active population and can be around, behind or above the knee cap. It affects a lot of people with knee cap… Read More
Why Does My Back Hurt… Again!
You might often ask yourself, why does my back hurt? Or, why do I keep hurting my back? Well, a huge 34% of who have episodes of low back pain will get it again and again. This causes a huge… Read More
How Dehydration Affects Performance
Fluid loss, or dehydration due to activity happens daily in all of us and without replacing that loss – your entire body can be affected. The idea that dehydration can affect you physi… Read More
Elbow pain is often a result of a very common overuse injury that occurs in up to 3% of the population and is often a very frustrating injury. Luckily, there is an easy exercise regimen that… Read More
Meniscus tears are one of the most common injuries in sports and lead to a lot of time out from sports, swelling and pain. Here is what you can do to help your knee heal strong and fast and… Read More
There is an indisputable amount of evidence now that when it comes to anterior knee pain exercises… we can’t just treat the knee. Here is a short and sharp explanation of w… Read More
This is the stretch my patients rave about the most and about the only stretch they keep doing once injury free – because it makes you feel so much better – and gets results! So… Read More

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