Run Ready is a return to run programme designed to solve more complex & chronic running related injuries. It aims to not only get you through your current injury but provide long-term benefits, keeping you running faster for longer. The Run Ready programme can also be used proactively to help prevent injury by identifying and addressing body imbalances. Your customised Run Ready Programme takes assessment to the next level using a combination of expert clinical examination, video analysis, and state-of-the-art … Read More
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This email is to let you know that having returned from Covid-19 lockdown, we are able to see patients again at our Mount Eden clinic As always, we will do our very best to see your patients promptly, and provide them with expert manual therapy, exercise rehabilitation, and best practice advice. Of particular interest, for those who may have lost condition over the lockdown period, is our Total Gym based programmes. Our Total Gym Super 6 programmes are … Read More
In this article I am going to give you 6 strategies to make a successful and injury free return to running following injury. Running is a stressful activity on the body. While runners find their pursuit rewarding, the activity of running places considerable stress on us – physiologically, emotionally, and mechanically – bone, ligament, tendon and cartilage stretching, torsion, shock, & compression. It is estimated that with every footfall there is a reaction force back through the leg of … Read More
It is widely accepted that muscle tension, especially around your neck and shoulders, is a negative thing in so much as it causes pain & discomfort. It is also known that muscle tension is associated with headache, joint pain, upper limb nerve symptoms, and shoulder dysfunction, just to name a few. In addition to just being the result of sustained/awkward working postures, or unaccustomed activity, muscular tension is a normal part of your body’s stress response. So anything that causes … Read More