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Corrective exercise: what are we correcting?

For some reason I keep receiving emails extoling the virtues of ‘corrective exercise’. Whenever I hear the term ‘corrective exercise’ the question that always pops…

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When does biomechanics matter?

Side note:I originally wrote this for my blog in 2017. Greg Lehman has put a brilliant article of a similar name out for Physiotherapy Network….

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How to Minimize Injury Risk When Returning to Activity

As I write this article – the world is locked down thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic. People are itching to get back to work, gyms,…

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Is it time to put a hold on isometrics?

Back in 2015, a new paper hit the headlines when it reported a HUGE reduction in tendon pain with the use of isometric exercises (Rio…

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Standing Posture, Hip Joint Loads & The Management of Hip Pain

In recent years, particularly in the social media sphere, there has been a lot of negative publicity directed towards management approaches for musculoskeletal pain that…

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Predictive Coding: Why Expectation Matters for Movement and Pain

Predictive coding is a fascinating model for perception that I have been studying lately. In some ways it is very common sense and intuitive, and…

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The 10 great running myths!

A little while ago, Competitor magazine ran an article entitled “The 10 Biggest Myths About Running” The full article can be read here, but I…

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A Review of Core Stability Training in Rehab: Facts, Fallacies and Future Directions

Over the last two decades one of the most popular forms of exercise in the health and fitness industry is core stability training. While the…

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Tissue Changes & Pain: Explaining their relevance

Structure is not Destiny…but it still might be important. We know that degenerative changes can exist on a spinal MRI and people can have no…

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