The sprained ankle is a typical result of any sudden rolling or twisting injury – perhaps a misstep during a football match or a stumble… Read More »THE SPRAINED ANKLE – WHY YOU NEED A PHYSIO
Here are the different points most runners want to consider in order to increase their performance while minimizing the odds of getting injured. 1. The… Read More »10 key points to perform and stay an injury-free runner
A non-traumatic knee problem is, most of the time, linked to something happening upstream – the hip – or downstream – the ankle. To keep… Read More »Key points of a runner’s knee clinical assessment
Running mechanics have often been cited as potential causes for running-related injuries. It is believed that altering one’s mechanical pattern may lead to reduce the… Read More »Can runners’ gait be effectively re-trained?
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There are very few scientific proofs about the reliability and validity of hip and pelvic alignment measures. A longer or shorter leg has often been… Read More »The hip anatomical alignment and flexibility
There is a hole in scientific research when assessing our knee muscles. While the quadriceps and hamstrings have been studied quite extensively, others, like the… Read More »The importance of our knee muscles flexibility