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What Your Running Form Says About Your Physiology

Are you trying to improve your form, or curious about how your technique stacks up? Read here for tips and insights into your running form.

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Running Injuries: Load vs Capacity Explained

As a runner, understanding your load vs capacity can mean the difference between stress and improvement, preventing injuries or increasing stamina. Find out more here.

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Strengthen Your Shoulders, Supercharge Your Swim: The Importance of Shoulder Strength in Swimmers

As a swimmer, you're no stranger to the power of your shoulders. These pivotal joints play a crucial role in propelling you through the water, allowing you to glide effortlessly and achieve peak performance. In this blog post, we'll explore the importance of shoulder strength in swimmers and provide some tips on how to build […]

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Swimming Injuries and Shoulders: Dive into Physiotherapy for Recovery

If you're a swimmer or a fan of the sport, you know that swimming can be quite demanding on the body, particularly on the shoulders. Did you know that a staggering 67% of swimmers experience shoulder pain at some point in their careers? That's why we're here to dive into the topic of swimming injuries […]

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Shoulder Injuries in Rugby: Tackle Your Pain with Physiotherapy

It's no secret that rugby is a high-contact, high-intensity sport that can put a lot of strain on the body, especially the shoulders. In fact, shoulder injuries account for about 20% of all rugby-related injuries. So, let's tackle the topic of shoulder injuries in rugby and the benefits of physiotherapy. The most common shoulder injuries […]

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Top Injuries in Netball: How Physiotherapy Can Help You Bounce Back

Hey there, netball lovers! Netball is a sport that requires speed, agility, and teamwork. But just like any other sport, it comes with its fair share of injuries. Today, we're going to talk about the top injuries in netball and how physiotherapy can help you bounce back to your best. The most common injuries in […]

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