Running From The Risk of Injury
Running season is in full swing at the moment with a plethora of fun runs available, covering 10km, 21 km (half marathon) and 42.2 km (marathon). However, the motivation to run doesn’t necessarily involve competing with others, it could be for stress relief and mental health, general fitness, personal enjoyment or part of a weight […]Continue reading
How training your uninjured limb helps your injured limb
Winter time usually means the time for contact sports and activities like skiing and snowboarding, which inevitably leads to injuries. When injuries occur, most often we are advised to rest. In this article it shows that training the uninjured limb can aid in maintaining the size and strength of the injured limb. How training your […]Continue reading
Could birth control help reduce serious knee injuries in women?
A very interesting study looking at a potential link between birth control and serious knee injuries in women. Birth Control and Knee Injuries in WomenContinue reading