Score a Goal Against Groin Injuries: The Adductor Strengthening Programme for Football Players!

Male football players frequently get groyne injuries, which make up a sizable portion of time-loss injuries. According to a recent study, football players’ chances of experiencing groyne issues might be greatly decreased by adding only one exercise to their adductor strengthening regimen. A straightforward exercise from the Adductor Strengthening Plan can be integrated into routine warm-ups. In both the ITT and PP analyses, the programme decreased the prevalence of groyne issues by 41% and 47%, respectively. The findings imply that the ASP should be incorporated into senior male football players’ training, and it might also be advantageous for athletes in other sports with comparable movement patterns.

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Rev Up Your Recovery: How to Rehab Your Hamstring Like a Pro

Are you dealing with a nagging hamstring injury that just won’t seem to heal? You’re not alone. Hamstring injuries are common among athletes and active individuals, and can be frustrating to deal with. But don’t despair – with the right rehabilitation techniques and a commitment to consistency, you can get your hamstring back to full strength and function. In this blog post, we’ll go over some of the most effective exercises and strategies for rehabilitating your hamstring injury and getting you back to the activities you love

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Greater Trochanteric Pain Syndrome and Injectables

Our first Research review from our Newcastle Podiatrist Blake. This is something I have always wanted to do. I know the struggle that clinicians go through. Generally, its one of three: You don’t have the time to read the research You don’t have access to full articles You can struggle to interpret the data and…

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Speciality of Podiatrists and a different diagnosis

We see a a lot of patients here in Newcastle who have been given the diagnosis of an Achilles Tendinopathy when it may actually be a Paratendon. The Paratendon is the sheath that encompasses the Achilles tendon. The treatment is completely different. Remember, if things aren’t improving, it is important to check the diagnosis.

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