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14 hours ago

How To Fix Common Golf Injuries

Posted by Steven Berkman

Want to know how to fix common golf injury problems? We have created this “Golf Injury Cheat Sheet” to help golfers and medical professionals identify and treat common causes of golf related injuries. Our expert physios love helping golfers recover from golf injuries and get back to playing golf. We diagnose and treat the specific Read More

3 days ago

What Is The Most Common Tennis Injury?

Posted by Steven Berkman

    We love helping tennis players recover from injury and get back onto the tennis court. Are you surprised to learn that ankle sprains are the most common tennis injury?        Ankle Sprain: The Most Common Tennis Injury Causes: Quick lateral movements, lunges, changes in direction, slippery surfaces, fatigue. Risk Factors: Previous Read More

3 days ago

The Simple Balance Test That Could Predict Your Mortality Risk

Posted by Steven Berkman

The inability to stand on one leg for 10 seconds in mid-to-late life (over the age of 50) is linked to nearly double the risk of death from any cause over the next 10 years, according to a study published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine.

1 month ago

Prevent Swimming Injuries And Treat Them

Posted by Steven Berkman

Swimmer’s shoulder is a common condition among swimmers due to the repetitive movements and wide range of motion involved in swimming. The shoulder joint, resembling a golf ball on a tee, is prone to irritation or damage if not functioning optimally, exacerbated by poor posture and incorrect swimming techniques. Imbalance of muscles around the shoulder Read More

2 months ago

Why You Need Good Glutes

Posted by Steven Berkman

5 Reasons Why BOOST Physio Says You Need Strong Hip Abductors:

1. Stability: Strong hip abductor muscles are essential for stabilizing the pelvis during activities like walking, running, and standing, preventing pelvic drop and maintaining proper alignment.
2. Balance: Hip abductor strength contributes to maintaining balance and preventing falls, particularly when weight shifts to one side during movement.
3. Injury Prevention: Weak hip abductors increase the risk of various lower limb injuries, including hip, knee, and ankle issues, as well as compensatory injuries in other parts of the body.
4. Functional Movement: Adequate hip abductor strength supports smooth and efficient movement patterns, ensuring proper biomechanics during daily activities and sports.
5. Rehabilitation: Strengthening the hip abductors is crucial for rehabilitating conditions like Trendelenburg gait, as it helps restore normal gait patterns and prevents further complications or secondary injuries.

3 months ago

How To Prevent Golf Injuries

Posted by Steven Berkman

How to prevent and treat golf injuries. Many golfers injure their back causing low back pain. Our advice sheets and physios can help golfers manage and treat this problem.