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It might be your Sacroiliac Joint! As we are treating a lot of runners at our clinic at the moment , we thought it would be good to share with you a common problem runners complain they have. This is a problem where your pelvis is the cause of your pain, also known as...
How to treat an Acute Calf Strain We see a lot of people with calf strains in our clinics; runners, ramblers, football, rugby and tennis players, skiers, those with physical jobs plus many more suffer from this problem. Most people with this problem have pain when...
At Active Motion we are true believers in strength being key to reduction in symptoms, injury rehabilitation and prevention. Strength is gained from exercise but that does not mean we want to give you a list of exercises the size of a child christmas letter. Instead...
Golf Injuries! Why do they occur? What is most common? How do we prevent them? Why do most golf injuries occur? · Lack of flexibility · Poor conditioning · Excessive play or practice · Poor swing mechanics · Ground impact forces · Intermittent play Poor flexibility is...
A lot of runners, cyclists, office workers who have a long commute complain of buttock pain. So what is causing my buttock pain? There are many structures which can cause buttock pain. It could be piriformis syndrome/dysfunction, referral from lumbar spine, hip joint,...
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