General Mid & Lower Back
By Andrew Lay. Grad Cert Sports Physio, B.Physio (Hons) FAI is a common hip joint condition which typically manifests as pain at the front of the hip and/or groin. It is more common in activities requiring greater hip flexibility such … Continue reading
A summary and explanation of the rationale behind core stability training for acute low back pain. Introduction Low back pain is a common disorder, with 80% percent of the population likely to experience low back pain at some stage (Walker, … Continue reading
Stress fractures are one of the more common sporting injuries, affecting runners more than any other. They develop from an increase in repetitive load on a bone that come from a significant increase or change to training. The most common … Continue reading
Osler demonstrates how to progress core strength exercises program with a bridging with kicking exercise. This is particularly good for soccer players as we input a kicking movement into this exercise.
An acute back injury will often present symptoms of inflammation and stiffness. To treat the injury the first step is to minimise the inflammation through using ICE. Tip: When applying ice use a Chux Cloth to between the skin and … Continue reading
Physiotherapist David Morarty explains how the Femoral Nerve affects back tightness, hip and knee pain and demonstrates how to release tightness through the lower back.