Posts from 2014

Top 5 running injuries and how to avoid them

26/12/14

Injuries are common in all sports including running, here is a list of the top 5 most commons runners injuries, what they are and how to avoid them. Patella femoral pain syndrome,(pfps)  this is commonly known as runners knee and...

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How to avoid injuries when starting a new exercise regime

26/12/14

New year sees our sports injury clinics very busy as people start their resolutions in the exercise world. the most common injuries we see at this time of year are knee problems, (usually patella tendonitis) calf strains and lower back...

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Why you need to stop taking antacids

26/11/14

Antacids make it impossible to absorb minerals, digest food and leave calcium deposits around the body. The calcium deposits interfere with peristalsis in the bowels, cause kidney stones, arteriosclerosis in the blood vessel, including the blood vessels in the brain...

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Cycling up hill – how to do it!

20/10/14

  Its the Matlock 10 this weekend so I thought a short blog covering hill climbing on a road bike would be quite apt! For all you non-cyclists out there the Matlock 10 is an event that involves climbing 10...

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Foot pain and how to fix it!

07/10/14

Ive heard a lot of people recently talking about how they are suffering with pain on the underside of their feet, if this has ever affected you read on! In most cases it is being caused by an injury called...

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Fitness for Golf

07/10/14

With the Ryder cup finishing recently I thought I would briefly discuss what training these people do to stay at the top of there game! To be a top rate golfer you of course have to put in a lot...

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Exercise to improve mental health

27/08/14

Exercise has been shown to lower risk of suffering mental health problems as well as helping people already suffering. Studies have shown that exercise can reduce feelings of anxiety, depression and negative moods. Exercise changes the levels of serotonin in...

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Where’s your head at?

17/08/14

The position of your head could be causing you neck and upper back pain. A common posture these days is for the head to be forwards of the body known as chin poke position and the shoulders to be excessively...

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