• Pregnancy exercises

    Changes to your body during pregnancy and after birth: How exercise can help

    Three changes to the musculoskeletal system during pregnancy and after birth: How exercise can help When pregnant the stiff and usually immobile pelvic joints are prepared for the passage of the baby at birth. These joints are held in place due their shape, muscular activity [...]

  • Tendinopathy treatment

    Problems with tendons – tendinopathy

    Problems with tendons or tendinopathy can be a side effect of exercise/training.  A distinct traumatic episode can cause tendinopathy.  However it is more usually the consequence of an accumulation of micro trauma over time often due to inappropriate loading. This inappropriate loading could be due [...]

  • Exercise the elixir

    Exercise, are there any limits to its powers?

    Exercise rarely gets a bad press but maybe it doesn’t get enough good press. Of course exercising has risks but the risks associated with not exercising are far greater. Recent main stream media reports on exercise demonstrate this perfectly: In a study reported widely regular [...]

Cryotherapy (or ice baths)

Arsene Wenger has been quoted this week (Monday 25th September 2017) questioning the efficacy of cryotherapy amongst other interventions as 'Smoke and mirrors'. (https://www.theguardian.com/football/2017/sep/24/arsene-wenger-pours-cold-water-cryotherapy-arsenal-games).  The type of cryotherapy that Mr. Wenger is referring to is [...]

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