The more we learn, the more physiotherapy becomes an effective tool for preventing injuries and training our bodies. An increasing number of sportspeople are now using the techniques they have learnt from physiotherapy in this way, so we’re going to look at some of the main ways this is done.
With the unpredictable weather, gift shopping, and party after party with people you haven’t seen since last Christmas, it’s easy to lose track of time. Keeping on top of your exercise routine can easily fall to the bottom of your to do list, so we’re going to lay out a few ways you can adjust it for the winter.
While most people have a general understanding of what physiotherapy is, there remain many myths and misconceptions surrounding exactly what it can do, and what it entails. In this blog, we are going to look at some of the key myths and facts surrounding physiotherapy.
Although physiotherapy is often used as part of a recovery plan, this is not always the case. A growing number of athletes are using techniques from physiotherapy as a way to prevent sustaining injuries in the first place.
Like all sports, there are a number of injuries that commonly occur in skiing. Here, we’re going to look at what those are, and how they can be avoided.
One of the most important aspects of working out is making sure you have the correct form. Fail to do so, and not only could all your hard work be wasted, but you could have a high risk of sustaining serious injury.