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How to diagnose, treat and prevent Hamstring Strains

How to diagnose, treat and prevent Hamstring Strains

What is a hamstring strain? A strain is a stretch or tear of a muscle or tendon. People commonly call such an injury a “pulled” muscle.  Your hamstring muscle group is in the back of your thigh and allows you to bend your knee and extend your hip. It is made up of three large

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ankle sprain ligament injury

What is an ankle sprain?

An ankle sprain, or ligament injury, causes a stretch or tear of one or more ligaments in the ankle joint. Ligaments are strong bands of tissue that connect bones at the joint.  What is an ankle ligament injury? There are many ligaments in the ankle. The most common type of sprain involves the ligaments on

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Treatment When You’re Feeling Good

Most people assume that they only need treatment when they have an injury, but what about treatment when you’re feeling good? Is there any use to this or is it just a waste of time? Let’s take a look at some of the criticisms and the advantages of this approach to treatment. Most people will

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Can Exercise Cause Injury?

Can Exercise Cause Injury?

Many things affect motivation. Some people seem to have it all the time, for others, there are more ups and downs than a rollercoaster ride. What we dislike is when injury contributes to either the lack of motivation or the deterioration of health even when motivation is there. We want to squash any chance that

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Physical Activity, Exercise & Training

Physical Activity, Exercise & Training

Physical Activity, Exercise, and Training are three very different things that are often confused as being the same thing. It’s important we understand the differences between those three when it comes to our purposes in the clinic and rehabilitation. Knowing the differences may mean you have a successful experience when dealing with health improvement. History

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Show me the evidence

Show Me The Evidence

Most people seek out treatment to help with their pain and get on with their lives. Other people seek out treatment for similar reasons, except they also want to know the evidence and the science behind the treatments being offered to them. If you also want to know how we analyse evidence within our particular

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