Practical Tools and Information to Help You Reach Your Peak

Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome: Home rehab and exercises

Patellofemoral pain syndrome is one of the most common knee injuries seen clinically and often challenging to treat. The following … Read more

Thrive – Don’t settle for second best

We need to strive for better health. Too often we just focus on treating pain, injury and disease, not looking … Read more

Shoulder Stretches: Only the Best

Shoulder stretching is an essential part of gaining a Pain-free, functional and strong shoulder. Whether you have had shoulder injury … Read more

Shin Splints Treatment and Exercises

Shin splints is the most common lower limb injury in athletes and can lead to large blocks off training and … Read more

Static Stretching, Is It Affecting Your Performance?

In the past, stretches have typically been a part of any warm up – whether getting ready for a run … Read more

Therapeutic Ultrasound – Why is it still used?

With therapeutic ultrasound not having a definite mechanism of action on injuries and having no significant evidence behind it  – … Read more

Myofascial Release – Tight Hamstring Treatment

Tight hamstrings? Ongoing hamstring niggles and pain? Or if you just want to improve flexibility, then this tight hamstring treatment is … Read more

Football Injuries – Halve Your Injury Risk This Season

Strengthening exercises decrease football injuries to less than 1/3 and over-use injuries can be almost halved! This is how you … Read more

Foot Arch Pain? Treat Your Feet – Easy Myofascial release

In today’s world of concrete pavements, cushioned shoes and sedentary lifestyles – Our feet get stiff, imbalanced, achy and neglected. It … Read more

How Much Protein Do I Need?? This Much…

The recommended daily allowance for protein is 0.8 g/kg/day – But is it right for you? In today’s post I … Read more

Iron out your Runninng

Have you every been taught how to run properly? If not then read on as this will change how you exercise.

Mobilise your spine at home

Increasing the movement in your upper back is fantastic for unloading your shoulder and neck (and making you talller!)

Sprained ankle: Heal fast and strong

Treating a sprained ankle the RIGHT way early on means a stronger ankle, faster recovery and less chance of re-injury.

Beat Back pain for good

Far too common and too often put up with - get your low back under control!
The very best tools and information for you to reach your peak. Rehab exercises, self-treatment and advice for a pain-free and healthy muscles.