My Toil With Achilles Tendinopathy

Shin splints

Achilles Tendinopathy Anyone who runs knows a little bit about or has heard of Achilles tendinopathy. It is a frustrating over-load induced injury. Different factors contribute to tendinopathy. The site of irritation may be a clue, as insertional tendinopathy is commonly viewed as a compressive overload injury where midportion is viewed as a tensile overload injury. […]

Ankle Sprain – Physical Therapy

ankle sprain

Ankle sprains are common place in both a sporting environment and during everyday life. The most common types of ankle sprains are an inversion ankle sprain and an eversion ankle sprain. With an inversion ankle sprain, the anterior talofibular ligament is disrupted and possibly the calcaenofibular ligament on the outside of the ankle. With an […]

Training Diary

Training Diary

Training diaries are an important element of a comprehensive training plan. We get so much information from our own personalised training diary. What we put into it is our own choice. With modern gps devices, a lot of informative data is recorded and displayed for you.

Cycling Pain

pain

Pain, Why Can’t I Hurt like a Cyclist How is it some of us feel excruciating pain from something like stubbing a toe off a door, where others feel minimal pain from burns, cuts, fractures, abrasions etc?   (Johnny Hoogerland is seen to after his crash in the 2011 Tour de France – Tim de […]

Acute Injury Management

Shin splints

Acute injury is one of those unexpected events that we have probably all gone through. As its quiet unpredictable for most, it leaves us extremely frustrated. How, why did this happen?