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High Heeled Shoes

Date: July 5, 2018 Author: James Categories: Latest

High heeled shoes - strict no-no or a considered and grown-up decision? This blog entry discusses the cons and pros of wearing high heels. And this is going to be a dicey blog for me to write. One of the things I learned early on in my professional career is that women (and men for that matter) have no interest in...

Shoulder motor control

Date: February 22, 2018 Author: James Categories: Latest

I have written many time in the past on this blog about how to use various exercises to help progress shoulder strength and stability. For example here I talk about using a pushup as an exercise to help strengthen and stabilise the shoulder. Let’s be clear, the pushup is wonderful - and I do mean that, if you...

My neck feels heavy! Motor control exercise at your neck.

Date: December 17, 2017 Author: James Categories: Latest

 As a physiotherapist I am constantly encouraging my clients to exercise more. Think of yourself as the athlete!” is a common refrain in my office, the desired attitude being  that if you are doing consistent physical training toward a specific goal, whether it’s recovering from a broken ankle or sprinting a...

My hamstrings hurts near my butt! - Proximal Hamstrings Tendinopathy

Date: December 11, 2017 Author: James Categories: Latest

Proximal Hamstrings tendinopathy - the runners hamstring injury I have written in the past on this blog about hamstrings tendinopathy, an injury common to sprinters and jumping athletes that manifests as pain in the lower part of the hamstring tendon near the knee. We talked here  about the use of eccentric...

The back of my ankle hurts! (Posterior Ankle Impingement Syndrome)

Date: December 4, 2017 Author: James Categories: Latest

The back of my ankle hurts! (For the soccer and ballet buffs out there...)   If you are a dancer or a soccer player or to a lesser extent a jumping athlete (think volleyball etc.) then you may have run into a problem characterised by point tenderness at the back and inside of the heel that exacerbates when you...


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