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The gym junkies pain and how to deal with it.
Is it a long term (chronic) pain or a sudden short term (acute) pain?
1. Stop/ significantly reduce the load/ volume on aggravating activities and exercises
2. Active rest. Do not stop training, work around your injury. The body is built to move
3. If it is a long term issue figure out why it is a reoccurring issue—> see a professional
If it is a short term injury slowly reintroduce exercises and load, as you recover
4. Longevity is key in this sport, if something is not working then do not do it, there is no one magic exercise, despite what some pts will tell you
To quote Einstein; the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.
Conor’s Corner #20
There are joints in the body that trend more towards stability or mobility
While joints have a tendency to trend one way - it does not mean we should ignore other aspects of movement in our assessment
A prime example of this is the knee - while this joint trends towards stability - we cannot ignore it’s mobility requirements and the implications of this on movement and injury
This is particularly true in rotation
Tibial rotation- or rotation of the lower leg bone on the upper leg bone - the femur is necessary for adequate knee function and health
This is particular true in the preventing re-injury in something post surgical like an ACL or meniscus surgery
Without rotation the knee can compress and grind on the structures in the joint space - this can lead to long standing pain and dysfunction
On your next stubborn knee case check tibial rotation and see what you find
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F R I D A Y V I B E S 🙌🏻
I couldn't be more proud than I am of this girl. Within the space of two days, she has nearly mastered sitting to lying on her front and with the support of my hands on her feet, she can army crawl across the room 👏🏻🙌🏻.
The physiotherapist and occupational therapist were really pleased with her progress and her ability to use her right hand and put weight through her right leg when standing 💜
Headaches are one of the most common disabling complaints in man today.
According to the World Health Organisation it has been globally estimated that the prevalence of headache disorders symptomatic at least once a year among adults is about 50 %. #HEADACHES#a pain in the face #poor postures #TMJ#post training #PHYSIOTHERAPY#soft tissue massage #spinal joints mobilisation #dry needling #stretch those necks #keep hydrated #Stop stressing! #smile for a while # “A good posture reflect a proper state of mind” Morihei Ueshiba
Alhamdulillah done my second clinical posting sem7 at klinik kesihatan putrajaya. Next to hospital PD for a month. Masyallah yang ni seram haha. Btw there is a lot of knowledge i've gained here. Kita tak akan dapat ilmu melainkan kita cari. Setiap hari kita akan belajar benda baru even kita rasa kita dah tahu semua. Tapi setiap kali kita pergi tempat baru, orang baru masing masing ada pendapat and knowledge yang lain dari kita. Hormat pandangan dan pendapat org lain supaya org akan hormat pandangan dan pendapat kita ❤
Menuntut ilmu tu ibadah. Apatah lagi ilmu yang boleh dimanfaatkan untuk kebaikan sejagat. Allahuma amin. Semoga Allah redha 🌸
Flashback Friday to some Aussie shoulder rehab with @jameseliaschewsky. Want more exciting rehab than just a theraband? We can help. .
Real question is can he get more likes than @l.j.fitts ?
FOCUS :- CEREBRAL PALSY is considered a neurological disorder caused by a non-progressive brain injury or malformation that occurs while the child’s brain is under development. Cerebral Palsy primarily affects body movement and muscle coordination. Though Cerebral Palsy can be defined, having Cerebral Palsy does not define the person that has the condition.
Definition of Cerebral Palsy
While Cerebral Palsy (pronounced seh-ree-brel pawl-zee) is a blanket term commonly referred to as “CP” and described by loss or impairment of motor function, Cerebral Palsy is actually caused by brain damage. The brain damage is caused by brain injury or abnormal development of the brain that occurs while a child’s brain is still developing — before birth, during birth, or immediately after birth.
Cerebral Palsy affects body movement, muscle control, muscle coordination, muscle tone, reflex, posture and balance. It can also impact fine motor skills, gross motor skills and oral motor functioning.
What is Cerebral Palsy?
Cerebral Palsy is the result of a brain injury or a brain malformation. Individuals with Cerebral Palsy were most likely born with the condition, although some acquire it later.
It was once thought that Cerebral Palsy was caused by complications during the birthing process. While this does happen, it is now widely agreed that birthing complications account for only a small percentage, an estimated 10 percent, of Cerebral Palsy cases.
Current research suggests the majority of Cerebral Palsy cases result from abnormal brain development or brain injury prior to birth or during labor and delivery. Accidents, abuse, medical malpractice, negligence, infections, and injury are some known risk factors that may lead to Cerebral Palsy.
Not much to say for this video. •
Just admire the next generation of savages who are not only strong, but are also powerful, mobile, and coordinated. We train our kids to be athletes who can handle any situation they’re put in.
Our mission is to get them to experience all forms of training to build solid foundations so that if they decide to specialise or go into professional sport they are full prepared to handle anything thrown at them.
Doing a little reading about the anatomy of the foot.
I fractured my big toe joint when I was 10, and it's never really fully healed. When squatting at the universities competition in March I did something to that old fracture, couldn't walk for a week and was dismissed by doctors (ultimately with a lot of not-agonisingly painful injuries where you would want physiotherapy, newly developed treatment or non-essential surgery you unfortunately have to go private) as this is an injury I have had for a long time and really is not getting particularly worse or better over time I decided to do some research and work on it myself.
It's definitely working and the big toe is much more mobile than it's been in a long. But I seem to have strained a muscle in my foot last week where I have less strength, and am fairly new to moving my foot properly 😂😂. Ibuprofen and a tubigrip for the next few days I think
🔹Barbell Power Shrug🔹
🔑Once you’re comfortable with the previous ⏪ pre-cursor movements (i.e., kettlebell swings and snatches), you are now ready to work through some progressions towards a power clean.
🔑The barbell power shrug combines full hip extension with a quick, powerful shrug. The goal of the power shrug is to groove the transfer of forces from horizontal ↔️ to vertical ⏫, preparing the bar to travel vertically through full hip extension.
1️⃣Standing with your feet 👣 in a shoulder/hip-width ↔️ stance with the barbell right up against your thighs, dip your hips back ⬅️ with your knees slightly bent. Think of this as you "winding up" or "loading a spring" before exploding up ⬆️.
2️⃣Keeping your weight on your heels and arms straight, explosively extend your hips with emphasis on “moving up.” Maintain extended elbows throughout the entirety of the lift and shrug as high as you can.
3️⃣Allow the bar to fall back to the starting position while bending your hips and knees slightly, ready to explode back up. Make sure the bar is motionless and before initiating the the next rep.
Quick cup of green tea at @rawattitude_vegandeli before starting with my patients... at Calle Barroso 6, 4A, here in SOHO Málaga.
I'm using the "Terapia Humanista" psychology center as a base to start from. But for appointments, call me directly.