Football Hip & Groin
by Ebru Efe “When can I play again?” This is often one of the first questions asked by an injured athlete, yet one of the hardest to answer. A number of factors and decisions come into the injury pathway taken … Continue reading
by Symon Lovett Muscle contusions or more colloquially know as a ‘corky’ usually occur in contact sports like football, rugby and soccer. Following a large contact with an opponent, often a knee to the thigh, which causes intense focal pain, … Continue reading
Andy from Physiohealth demonstrates how to do an arabesque exercise. This is a great exercise for glute activation and eccentric hamstring loading exercise and is a good exercise to complete after a hamstring strain and kicking sports where weight is … Continue reading
Michael from Physiohealth demonstrates how to strengthen hamstrings eccentrically. This is an important exercise for those playing soccer and football who do a lot of running and jumping. Using weights is optional but helps with the strengthening. it’s important to … Continue reading
Meagan demonstrates how to do a glute strengthening exercise. This exercise works on isolating one particular glute at a time. This is an intermediate exercise perfect for swimmers.
Polly demonstrates a progression for running exercise.
Polly demonstrates the progression of the bridge of Pilates exercises.
Katie demonstrates how to improve hamstring flexibility with a hamstring stretch using a Stretchband.
Polly explains and demonstrates how to correctly strap to activate the Glutes. Focusing on Gluteus Medius and Gluteus Maximus.
This video demonstrates how to stretch the glutes and ITB using a Foam Roller. Tight Glutes and ITB can cause knee, hip and even lower back pain.
Cory Prout explains and demonstates how to effectively strengthen the glute muscles with an exercise that can be done at home (or anywhere really)! All you need is a piece of Theraband (available at Physiohealth) tied into a loop and … Continue reading