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All of our information is written by qualified and experienced Sports Physiotherapists and coaches.
We spend every day with athletes of all levels so we can offer practical, proven tips for each injury.
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“I have had horrible sacrotuberous ligament pain for 2 months now. After going to ortho and PT, no improvement at all. Just made it worse. After reading your page which told me to start doing the bulgarian squats, in just 2 days I have complete relief. Thank you and God bless you. I am literally in tears writing this I am so happy.”
Sam W, Florida USA (Facebook messenger, 30th Dec 2021)
Our experienced Physiotherapy team knows which running shoes can help different injuries. So we’ve put together a list of our Physiotherapists’ recommendation for the best running shoes for specific issues, like wide feet, foot and ankle pain, and more.
Plantar Fasciitis seems to affect every runner at some point, and if you're searching for running shoes for Plantar Fasciitis, it sounds like you've joined the movement... We'll detail what ...Read More
There's nothing better than the feeling of putting on runner's slides, sandals or flip flops after a long run! It's not just the open air and ventilation - it's the ...Read More
If you're searching for the best running shoes for narrow feet, you probably already know how limited and frustrating it can be. Narrow feet can be a curse when it ...Read More
Our Physiotherapy team and running coaches cover a huge range of topics, from injury diagnosis & management and returning to running and performance training.
Buying a massage gun, like the Hypervolt, seems to be a sign that you're serious about your training. But has the massage gun lived up ...Read More
If you're looking for ways to sleep with hip pain, chances are that you aren't getting past 3am without getting woken up! Hip pain is ...Read More
If you're thinking about a second opinion, you probably feel like your injury has been misdiagnosed or mismanaged. A second opinion can serve an important ...Read More
The psoas muscle is one of the lynchpins to pelvic biomechanics, so a tight psoas muscle can be disastrous. The Psoas muscle connects across the ...Read More
Working as a Physio for over two decades seems to reinforce many common themes. Here are the 12 things your Physio wish you knew about ...Read More
Recurrent hamstring injury is one of the most common issues we see in any field sport like football or hockey. So why is the hamstring ...Read More
Is KT tape for Achilles pain useful, or just a marketing trick? If it's useful, how do you apply KT Tape for Achilles pain? Our ...Read More
It's amazing how often athletes get part of the way through their injury recovery and then stop before they've completed more advanced exercises. They stop ...Read More
It feels like every report from an MRI of the hip, pelvis or upper thigh seems to come back with "Oh BTW, there's a mild ...Read More
For every ankle MRI we order, it seems that a decent number of them are coming back with a split Tibialis Posterior tendon (also known ...Read More
KT Tape for lower back pain is becoming more common. It seems that the use of KT Tape for lower back pain is being driven ...Read More
The Oblique muscle group are key components of your abdominal muscles. Aside from looking great on Instagram, they perform a vital role in trunk movements ...Read More