Osteoarthritis is the most common joint disorder in the world. It causes pain and dysfunction to many joints of the body. What can you do to feel and move better? Let physio Liz explain.
Hamstring pain – deep in the butt at the sitting bones, perhaps even down the leg is a common complaint in recreational runners. It often starts after running a bit too far or too fast. Hopefully it settles after backing off for a couple of weeks. For some it can go on and get worse limiting running or even daily activities. Lets learn more from physio Marg.
Back to Basics exercise class utilises floor based Pilates concepts. It is great for strengthening and toning especially your core. It is also great for improving your flexibility and mobility.
Prolonged postures, awkward positions and movements can all result in overload/ strain of the middle back resulting in stiffness, tightness and discomfort. The neck can be affected as can the lower back. Learn more about the allusive middle back from physio Marg.
There are so many different stages of a woman’s life and each provides it’s own unique physical challenges. A physiotherapist who is expert in these stages can make the world of difference.
Incontinence is more common than many health issues we regularly seek professional assistance for. However it is not normal. Most importantly in the vast majority of cases it is treatable without surgery.
So what are the facts about the impact of peri menopausal health on running?What do you need to mindful of when running through menopause?
Menopause is a normal part of aging. However there are a number of ‘symptoms’ that can be problematic to women. Knowing what to do is important to ensure a healthy active ageing.
Did you know that the average age for a girl to drop out of organized sport is 13?As a community we must be focused on helping adolescent girls get fitter and stronger and hopefully be able to prevent injuries and keep them enjoying their sport throughout their schooling and into early adulthood!
Did you know that 50% of runners will have some form of injury … in ANY given year? What can you do to decrease your incidence? Let physio Stacey explain.