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An update on nerve “Flossing” techniques: How to treat nerve compression

Date: February 21, 2016 Author: James Categories: Latest

  Using nerve flossing techniques has for some time now been advocated by clinicians as a treatment technique for reducing mechanical restriction from scarring or adhesions, improving nutrition at the nerve, removing inflammatory chemicals from around nerves and normalising pressure in injured nerves. Nerve...

An exercise program for tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis).

Date: November 29, 2015 Author: James Categories: Latest

Tennis elbow, technically known as lateral epicondylitis (an inflammation of the outside aspect of the elbow) is a commonly presenting complaint to my office. It’s a tendonitis of the extensor carpi radialis longus (ECRL) and extensor carpi radialis brevis (ECRB) muscle tendons. The inflammation of these two...

Pelvis Stability

Date: November 22, 2015 Author: James Categories: Latest

 The pelvis is a fantastic structure! This multifunctional boney ring helps us to house and protect the abdominal organs, acts as an attachment site for important muscles, and transfers load from one leg to the other.  Stability at the pelvis is delivered both by the shape of the pelvic joints which wedge...

Stability, the glorious foundation for all athletic (and life) activity.

Date: September 5, 2015 Author: James Categories: Latest

  When it comes to physical performance, whether in the gym, on the field, or in life, a hierarchy of athletic traits informs our ability. Our goal in movement should always be to move beautifully. It is quality first, not speed, or strength or distance that is the goal. Strength will stem from quality, as will...

A Preventative View to Managing Run Injuries

Date: June 14, 2015 Author: James Categories: Latest

  Running is a great way to exercise, It’s accessible to pretty much anyone, anywhere in the world and in any climate. It’s inexpensive and can be a great way to socialise as well. While these are all nice things, no one enjoys the onset of those nagging aches and pains that all too often seem to come with the...


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