An Optimally Functioning Ankle

An Optimally Functioning Ankle

An optimally functioning ankle is important for everyone, but even more so for anyone participating in sports. When talking about the ankle joint it’s hard not to include the foot alongside the limb that sits on top of it. These two complex systems of bones,...
Optimal Activation Sequence – Glutes

Optimal Activation Sequence – Glutes

We often see injuries originating from an unstable and uncoordinated pelvis and spine. One of the key muscle groups that help to keep this region of our body happy are the glutes (gluteus maximus, medius, and minimus). One of the most powerful groups of muscles in the...
Optimise Your Movement

Optimise Your Movement

From the day you are born you start developing movement patterns to allow yourself to do the things you want to do. One of your biggest movement achievements of your life is to go from crawling to walking. You probably can’t remember but this doesn’t...
Kinesiology Taping for the Achilles Tendon

Kinesiology Taping for the Achilles Tendon

Like any injury, Achilles tendon pain is frustrating and can really affect your enjoyment of running and walking. Are you hobbling down the stairs first thing in the morning, and every time you stand up you start walking like you’ve aged 20 years! Don’t...
The Hip – A Balancing Act

The Hip – A Balancing Act

In this blog we’re going to look at why hip stability and mobility are so important and their relationship to injury prevention. Let’s start with a quick overview of the hip joint…… The hip joint consists of the acetabulum of the pelvis which...