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Category Archives: Injury File
It’s difficult to say, “Tensor Fasciae Latae” and not think of coffee. In fact, I think a lot about coffee and a lot about this muscle. So, without any sugar, let’s look at this incredibly important muscle.
I was recently helping a runner get over an injury. This person had decided to start running and had picked up a few injuries. Instead of getting depressed about her injury, she decided to change the way she looked at … Continue reading
We have introduced a mild hyperbaric oxygen chamber to what we now offer you at SBR Sport. What is Hyperbaric Therapy? Hyperbaric therapy consists of a person breathing high doses of oxygen in a hyperbaric or pressurized environment. By breathing … Continue reading
A look at the adductors. “Where the heck are they?” You ask. Simple – stand up and do the splits. Yip – those are them. The adductors are found on your inner thigh and pull your leg back to your … Continue reading
You have a sheath of fascia in the small of your back. It’s called the thoracolumbar fascia and it is the center of movement.
I think of the soleus as the unsung hero of the calf complex. If a bodybuilder shows off his/her calves, they will try to get into a position where the gastrocnemius muscles are shown off. The gastrocs are the bulgy … Continue reading
Pricing. Runner’s Leg Assessment – R 650 – with a R 100 discount on shoes if purchased – 1 hr. Pronation Check – R 200 – with a R 100 discount on shoes if purchased – 30 mins. Mountain/Road Bike … Continue reading
I have done thousands of Runner’s Leg Assessments over the years. The assessment is aimed at helping runners run efficiently and injury free. This video will give you an idea of what happens during an assessment. I hope this is … Continue reading
Each week at SBR is different, in that each person that we work with is unique, and yet, each week is the same, in that there are mistakes that I see being repeated on a regular basis when looking after people. … Continue reading