Unlike typical sports injuries, medical conditions are not always immediately apparent. This post identifies 10 common medical conditions in athletes.
Expert therapist and author of Postural Correction Jane Johnson gives advice on how to prevent and treat knee hyperextension for hypermobile populations.
The injury risks of youth rugby have received much attention in recent years, in particular, the risks of concussion have been widely discussed. In a bid to reduce injury in sport the Rugby Football Union (RFU) and the University of Bath have conducted The School Injury Prevention Study.
We’re pleased to announce this year we will be supported the International Association for Dance Medicine and Science Regional Meeting in Ipswich. The event is taking place at Jerwood Dance House, Ipswich on Friday 26th May 2017.
Back pain is a common complaint, affecting one in six people at any given time, pain in the lower back (lumbago) is particularly common.
Psychology of Sport Injury provides a thorough explanation of the elements and effects of sport injuries.
A new Canadian study has suggested that strict rest may not be the best medicine for children with concussions. This new research has challenged the idea that physical activity should be avoided until symptoms disappear.
A new comprehensive review published in the Journal of Parkinson’s Disease has found that people living with Parkinson’s disease (PD) may benefit from being physically active. In terms of improving gait and balance and reducing the risk of falling, physical active proved extremely advantageous.