Written by: Emily Gill (Osteopath) Osteopathy on Canterbury and Complimentary Therapies Computers and technology are currently ruling the roost in our lives. Children are using them at school, more people are
During squatting do you struggle to get your hips below parallel? Are your heels raising off the ground during a squat? These common dysfunctions in movement can both be a sign of a lack of ankle mobility.
Written by: Nathaniel Christoforou (Exercise Science student, Deakin Unviersity) Everyone with an interest in strength training knows the importance of targeting the large muscle groups such as those in
Written by; Brenton Watson (AEP) Accredited Exercise Physiologist With the start of a New Year, many people make resolutions to become fitter and stronger than ever! This can mean you start a new training programs,
Written by: Sebastian Mann Bach. Exercise and Sport Science (current) What is Anterior Pelvic Tilt? Anterior Pelvic tilt (APT) is a postural condition where the orientation of the pelvis in respect to the femurs
What is a tendinopathy? Written by Matthew Azzopardi AEP (Accredited Exercise Physiologist) Let’s start with the basics. Tendons connect muscle to bone and are important in transferring forces to assist movement.
As an exercise physiologist, one of the most frequent sites of pain I encounter in my work with clients is low back pain. According to The Medical Journal of Australia, up to 80% of Australians will experience
Your feet are the essential stabilising system for your body. Similar to the foundations of a building, your feet provide the sensory foundations for most of your daily movements. When your feet are rigid