This webinar provides an overview of psychological characteristics that are commonly identified as risk factors in sports injuries and some of the associated potential mechanisms.
Physiotherapist and author of Postural Correction Jane Johnson has created a short video description of prevention and treatment of shoulder impingement.
This free webinar will help you understand the injury mechanisms which are key to improving injury prevention strategies.
Expert therapist and author of Postural Correction Jane Johnson gives advice on how to prevent and treat knee hyperextension for hypermobile populations.
There comes a time in every athlete’s career when they need to take a break. It might be the offseason, they might be injured or maybe they just need a rest to recover after a long stint of training. Whether you’re a professional athlete, regular gym goer or just play a lot of sport, rest is important, sometimes it may even be forced upon us through injury. Here are some tips on how to maintain muscle and fitness levels when you’re on a break.
Ankle sprain is common in sports and therefore it is worth investigating and preventing. The webinar will first cover a series of biomechanics studies on ankle inversion sprain mechanism. This involved a forensic motion analysis on video footages of real injury incidents. The second part will present a wearable anti-sprain system to prevent the injury
We are pleased to announce we will once again be supporting The Dance & Creative Wellness Foundation’s ‘think tank’ day of professionals and ‘movers and shakers’ from across the arts hosted at StaatsBallett Berlin.
Back pain is a common complaint, affecting one in six people at any given time, pain in the lower back (lumbago) is particularly common.