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Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport (RED-S)

“The syndrome of RED-S refers to impaired physiological functioning caused by relative energy deficiency, and includes but is not limited to metabolic rate, menstrual...

THE ROLE & IMPORTANCE OF THE PELVIC FLOOR

The pelvic floor is a group of muscles that must work correctly to ensure normal movement and function throughout many movements and activities. Pelvic...

BREAST SIZE AND BACK PAIN

Breast size and back pain: Is there a relationship? While it is widely recognised within literature that larger breasts can contribute to a range...

Soccer Injury Prevention

Soccer is one of the most demanding sports on the lower body. Requiring both endurance and speed, as well as the ability to change direction...

Injury Rates in Soccer

SOCCER AND INJURY RATES Soccer, like most field sports, is both high intensity and a physically demanding sport. Sprinting and changing direction, whilst also...

Posterior Impingement Or Achilles Pain

Pain behind your ankle may be posterior impingement not achilles pain Following on from ankle sprains, pain behind the ankle cannot always be assumed...

ANKLE SPRAINS: NEW & OLD

The Injury Clinic outlines how to manage ankle injuries when returning to sport in both the early and later stages.

CONCUSSION MANAGEMENT & RETURN TO SPORT

The Injury Clinic provides an overview of the signs/symptoms of a concussion and a recommended return to play.

RUNNING ANALYSIS

The Injury Clinic offers a Run Analysis service and this blog explains why someone might need to have their technique analysed.

MANAGING RUNNING INJURIES @ THE INJURY CLINIC

There is a lot of conflicting information regarding the management of running injuries and we take a variety of different approaches at The Injury...

RUNNING RELATED INJURIES – RISK FACTORS & PREVENTION

Running related injuries are unfortunately a common occurrence however there are many ways we can minimise the risk of sustaining these injuries.

ATHLETIC HIP & GROIN PAIN; MUSCLE TONE IMPORTANCE

Physiotherapists at The Injury Clinic explain the importance of muscle tone for athletic hip and groin pain.