This is all about Movement. This is really short. But I wanted to share a blog by our good friend Ed Paget. He shares with what we think and feel about movement. Have a read here. He keeps it wonderfully simple and talks about things we need to do and if we wish, things we […]
Knee arthroscopy is not a small undertaking and it really highlights how important your rehabilitation is to get you back to function. Function is about doing what you need to do as part of your day to day activities. In my opinion, our lives do involve bending and squatting to various degrees. It does involve […]
James’ Knee Arthroscopy My Story I sustained a tear on the inner rim of my medial meniscus. It hurt and made a pop when I landed and gradually I became less able to walk and climb stairs. Dog walking made me sore and grumpy….. Exercising just left me in pain. I had had some regular […]
High intensity workouts are increasing the load on younger people’s hips, knees and backs and prematurely damaging them according to senior orthopaedic consultant Gorav Datta. As a surgeon he has seen a fourfold increase in injuries in people under 30 that are doing more explosive exercise such as High intensity training (HIIT). He feels that […]
Nice read on how we train in different environments and if they have useful carry over. Have a read here.
Here is a great write up by Bhavesh Joshi about the benefits of Sports Massage. It does make a difference and people do report that they feel and notice the difference. With those of you that are training for an event such as the London Marathon or triathlons in the near future, make sure that you try a regular […]