Benign Joint Hypermobility Syndrome: What Women Need to Know - Part 2

Following on from our recent discussion regarding BHJS, this blog intends to enlighten you with a more complete picture of the symptoms and signs which present in this condition and how we can assist you. Patients suffering from BHJS are known to suffer muscle cramps, tendonitis, headaches and a range of autonomic symptoms, which further […]

Benign Joint Hypermobility Syndrome: What Women Need to Know - Part 1

What is Benign Hypermobility Syndrome (BHS)? Well, I’m here to tell you that there’s a whole lot more to what the name suggests. You may be thinking that having flexible and hypermobile joints is a key factor in reducing the chance for injury, but what if you express other symptoms or signs that warrant a […]

How long before my lower back gets better???

Its not always black and white… A common question typically asked by a client after their first consult is “how long until you think my back will get better”? This being a very common and logical question asked in every day practice, it is not good enough to respond with a black white answer. Although most […]

Anterior Cruciate Ligament Rehabilitation: Is it a Software or Hardware problem? PART 1

04 March 2018
Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tears are relatively common in sports such as football, basketball, netball and skiing. Anatomically, The ACL is purported to prevent the tibia from moving forward during weight bearing and help to prevent internal rotation of the knee joint. Injury most often occurs when an athlete is pivoting, decelerating suddenly or landing […]

Tennis Elbow - Is it all in the name?

02 January 2018
What is Tennis elbow? Is it a misnomer? Clinical defined as Lateral Epicondylopathy (LE), you may have been told that this condition is a clinical pain problem that only affects competitors or athletes who play tennis. However, what I am about to suggest to you, is that Tennis Elbow defines a much broader spectrum of […]

Are my clients overtraining?

02 November 2017
[vc_row css=".vc_custom_1509585514968{padding-top: 60px !important;}"][vc_column][vc_column_text] Whether you’re an athletic coach, personal trainer or medical professional, it is imperative to constantly monitor, detect and address the signs and symptoms of non-functional over-reaching and overtraining in clients and athletes. Overtraining defined Functional over-reaching (FO) is the short term imbalance between training adaptation and recovery, in which appropriate rest […]