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The Upper Trapezius, Levator Scapulae and Erector Spinae are often tight in athletes and non-athletes. This post adapted fromSoft Tissue and Trigger Point Release, 2nd Edition will help you understand and perform active- assisted soft tissue release for the upper back.
Neck pain is a common injury, especially for those involved in playing sports. Treating neck pain is a very sensitive subject and definitely not something you want to get wrong.
Self-myofascial release isn’t a new concept. It can help with recovery and pain relief. Here’s a few exercises that can relieve pain using a tennis ball.
Shin splints can be frustrating and are common for runners in particular. In this post, we describe taping techniques that may help ease the pain.
We are pleased to announce that we will be supporting the European Sports Medicine Associates (ESMA) on their first ESMA Open Meeting on 3rd-4th November 2017, in Munich, Germany.
Physiotherapist and author of Postural Correction Jane Johnson has created a short video description of prevention and treatment of shoulder impingement.
Unlike typical sports injuries, medical conditions are not always immediately apparent. This post identifies 10 common medical conditions in athletes.