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Running is currently undergoing a bit of a revival. Hopefully this blog, “Running, how to get started” will help. Factors behind its increase in popularity: – It is one of the cheaper sports to get into. You don’t need a … Continue reading
More and more research is being done on the benefits of hyperbaric medicine. The research points to hyperbaric oxygen therapy as being a great add-on to traditional recovery modalities. We use a hyperbaric chamber that takes air pressure up to … Continue reading
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
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
The goal of this blog is to create a formula to help you better understand the causes of injury. I love what I do. I get to work with athletes daily: some are fast, some slow, it doesn’t matter to … Continue reading
There are few things as beautiful to watch as a runner who demonstrates good running form. A runner who gracefully and lightly lands on the ground, and almost effortlessly takes off and floats through the air before landing again. I … Continue reading
I have written about Patella Femoral Pain Syndrome before, but I want to re-address the condition here, due to some really cool new insights. This is a brief video (2 min 51 sec) that will help you visualise the problem … Continue reading