I think most of you have heard of sciatica and the sciatic nerve and how it can affect the way your everyday life. It is after all the most common nerve pain complaints that I would see affecting the lower back and legs, but it's certainly not the only one. Sciatic pai...

January 7, 2019

Firstly, I must say congratulations!

You are far more likely to be successful in achieving your goal by just setting a goal believe it or not. If you haven’t and you want to, there are many Goal Setting approaches out there on the web.  The "SMART" goal Setting approach...

Then ankle dorsiflexion will be important to you! 

What is dorsiflexion?

Glad you asked, it is the action of either bringing your foot up so your toes are towards your shins or if you have your foot planted on the ground it is bending the knee and shin to go towards the...

Do you walk with your feet turned out? 

Perhaps you don't even know you are doing it  -  so take a look or ask a friend to watch you walk.

Sometimes you see it so much that you think it is normal - but it isn't and it is causing you to increase the load and stress o...

The big toe - could it be your Achilles heel.

Alright so that perhaps isn’t very funny, but the bend you have or don’t have in your big toe as you walk can make one hell of a difference.

Poor mobility of the big toe can cause a chain of events that affect the foot , the...

October 18, 2018


Strength training is one of the core parts of overall fitness training. Pretty much every activity we do has an element of strength or strength endurance. But with all exercises, technique or “form” takes precedence over performance (eg amount of weight or numb...

I recently tore my meniscus and will be taking Glucosamine to help repair the damage and to counterbalance the effects of not-steroidal anti-inflammatories

After the age of 30 we lose between 3-8% of our muscle mass per decade and with muscle loss comes a loss of balance and increase in falls - we show you how to reverse it!

Don't hurt your back by doing hip stretches incorrectly. Control of your low back and pelvis position is required to keep you back safe and free from pain. We show you how

Carpal tunnel can be very painful, creating numbness, burning, tingling in the hand (not in the small finger). Loss of grip strength and a heavy swollen feeling in the hand. 

Carpal tunnel syndrome is the narrowing of the bony passageway which compresses the median nerv...

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