My Mug Cake
This weeks blog is a bit different to my usual ones… today I am going to give you the recipe for my #Healthy Mug Cake.
Let’s face it, we all crave yummy ...
Recovering from my Chronic Knee Injury
Over a year ago I was diagnosed with chronic ITB Syndrome. Being a physiotherapist one would think that it would be easy for me to get treated and recov...
What is the Plantar Fascia?
ITB Syndrome or Runners’ Knee (Not just runners)
The iliotibial band (ITB) is a lateral thickening of the tensor fascia lata. It is a dense fibrous connective tissue running from the te...
The Ballet Dancers’ Ankle
Ballet dancers are a unique type of athlete whose art is harmonious and physically scrupulous. The anti-anatomic positions used ...
Functional Training Can Make You Strong
Functional training is used for fitness and strength training, however, it is also often used to retrain patients with compensations from pr...
Athletic Back Pain
An athlete’s lower spine (lumbar spine) may usually perform demanding and extreme tasks without problems. The highly mobile lumbar spine and its associated muscles a...
Over the years the population of female athletes has evidently increased. Not only are more women becoming more recreationally active, but they are also taking part in elite...
Piriformis syndrome is a peripheral neuritis of the sciatic nerve caused by an abnormal condition of the piriformis muscle. This syndrome often goes unnoticed as it tends to present similarly...
Hamstring Strains in Runners
Professional sprinters show a high incidence of hamstring strains. In fact, research has reported that the majority of hamstring stra...