My Mug Cake

08/06/2015

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 ...

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Recovering from my Chronic Knee Injury

18/05/2015

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...

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Plantar Fasciitis – Pain in the sole of your foot?

13/05/2015

Plantar Fasciitis

What is the Plantar Fascia?


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ITB Syndrome or Runners’ Knee (not just in runners)

06/05/2015

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...

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The Ballet Dancers Ankle

01/05/2015

The Ballet Dancers’ Ankle

Ballet dancers are a unique type of athlete whose art is harmonious and physically scrupulous. The anti-anatomic positions used ...

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Functional Training Can Make You Strong.

20/04/2015

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...

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Athletic Back Pain?

13/04/2015

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...

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The Female Athlete

06/04/2015

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...

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Piriformis Syndrome – A Common Cause of Buttock and Leg Pain

06/04/2015

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...

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Hamstring Strains in Runners

03/04/2015

Hamstring Strains in Runners

Professional sprinters show a high incidence of hamstring strains. In fact, research has reported that the majority of hamstring stra...

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