With the footy season just around the corner, here are some tips on how to get through this footy season, and hopefully into the final series, uninjured.
With the arguably the biggest fight in boxing history taking place this Sunday Jude Holroyd, the Principal Physiotherapist at The Healthy Body Company in Jordan Springs, has put together a boxing specific workout for those who are looking for a program that will burn around 500-700 Calories. Boxing is a gruelling sport. It is both physically…Details
The Touch Football World Cup 2015 is just around the corner.
The companies that manufacture compression wear claim the benefits of wearing them include: Improved recovery and injury reduction Increased muscular power, strength, endurance and proprioception Enhanced athletic performance in all sporting environments However, when we actually look at the available research, the results are conflicting and inconsistent. They often claim the use of compression wear…Details
The question was asked recently do young basketballers need sports drinks? We asked Accredited Practising Dietitian and Health Coach Susan Williams. The short answer is:
The implications of Nikolai’s medial collateral ligament injury and gives us a great over-view of the management of this common football (all codes) injury…. It was half way through the 2nd half in the A-League Grand final match between Western Sydney Wanderers and Brisbane Roar. The Wanderers up 1-0 before Nikolai Topor-Stanley was involved in a tackle that…Details
Poor concentration, bad moods, pounding, dull, throbbing pain in your head, sensitive to light or sound, dizziness, nausea? We explore common causes of headache pain and how it can be managed. Without drugs.
Is your shoulder tight, sore and not really doing what it should? Are you over 40 (so young I know)? You may have developed a frozen shoulder. Ouch. Adhesive Capsulitis better known as “Frozen Shoulder” is a condition of the shoulder characterised by inflammation, scarring and tightening of the connective tissue surrounding the shoulder joint.…Details