Blackmores Sydney Running Festival Our physiotherapists often give advice about training and injury management, but what about after the race? There are some common mistakes that are made post race that can hinder your recovery. Holly McRae provides some
ITB Friction Syndrome – this common running injury is often referred to as “runner’s knee” and affects the lateral (outside) aspect of the knee. Your ITB is a thick band of connective tissue that runs from the hip down
Niamh Wynne – Physiotherapist I recently attended a clinical pilates course run by Dance Medicine Australia. The course provided me with an insight into the history of pilates and the huge difference that exists between clinical and traditional pilates.
Anyone who plays sports knows the importance of warming up first. Playing sports requires a lot of effort and movement, making it essential that you first perform a few warm-up exercises and stretches. Stretching is also one of the
If you have experienced an injury and are engaging in physical therapy to help repair the damage and alleviate your pain, you likely need to learn about the different exercises to strengthen your core and back muscles. Working with