If you’re preparing for an operation such as back, knee, or hip surgery, you may be focusing on what to except from the procedure itself. If you want to have the best chance of a quick recovery and the ability to regain movement and strength, then you should consider both pre- and post-op physiotherapy.
Categories for Preventative Physiotherapy
If you’re an elite athlete or pushing toward ambitious fitness goals, then you should be including mobility training as part of your regular workout regime. Stretching and mobility exercises enable you to push your body further and overcome your own limitations. Even if you’re not an athlete, you’ll gain benefits from stretching and mobility training.
It may seem counter-intuitive, but if you’re a fit and active person then sooner or later, you’re going to experience an injury. The more you use and push your body, the more likely you are to over-reach yourself. Don’t let your injury hold you back. Get it sorted sooner so you can be back training before you know it. Here’s what we recommend.
Media and health professionals encourage everyone to get out running if possible, and it’s a good thing … except when it isn’t. There are a lot of myths around running. Let's have a look at 3 of the most common myths and the truth behind them.
If you’re training to run a marathon of your own, there are a few things you’re going to need to do to ensure you make it all the way to the finish line. We often see injured clients in the clinic who think they can just go from their desk job to the race track and be okay. Here are the three major areas you should focus on during your marathon training: