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There’s all sort of statistics, systematic reviews and meta analyses in the sports medical literature on how athletes will suffer terrible things following an ACL injury. The media, and many sports medical practitioners feed into a festival of negativity when people injure their knee. You only nee...
Hand cycling is a tough sport with plenty of stress on the shoulders, thoracic spine and neck. In this video I demonstrate some soft tissue techniques for the posterior shoulder on Olympic Medallist and all-round great guy Stuart Tripp.
The upper body is extremely active in almost all sports, and preparing athletes with soft tissue therapy should include a routine for the upper back and shoulders. In this video I demonstrate some basic techniques on elite triathlete Kurt McDonald.
The hip flexors are notorious for being tight. Everyone is stretching them out all the time – well so it seems. So why is this muscle group always a problem? In this article I shed some light on this amazing muscle group, and some exercises on how to combat hip flexor tightness.
Four-time Australian Olympic Team Massage Therapist Stuart Hinds discusses his journey as a sports health professional. By watching this video you’ll understand why Stuart is still going strong in the profession after nearly 3 decades, with his drive, passion and enthusiasm on full display.
As you may be aware, knee injuries are a strong clinical interest of mine. To increase my understanding of this very important joint, I sat down with Orthopedic Surgeon Dr Chris Raynor to find out more information on the menisci (AKA the “shock absorbers” of the knee).
When it comes to preparing athletes for training and competition with massage, the quads and hamstrings get most of the attention. The adductor group however is just as important and in this video I demonstrate some basic soft tissue techniques to prepare this muscle group for sport and activity.
Many people will experience lower back pain in their life, runners and athletes included. When a running athlete develops lower back pain one of the first questions they ask is “was it my running that caused it?”. For sports medical professionals it’s a tough question to answer, however this a...
Over the past few years, physiotherapist and exercise physiologist Mick Hughes has become one the most influential people in exercise science and sports medicine on social media. We got Mick in front of the camera and asked him about his professional journey, his motivation for being on social media...
In the latest edition of “Mick talks with…”, I sit down with physiotherapist and running injuries expert Tom Goom for a chat on knee pain in runners, specifically anterior knee pain/patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS).
The hamstrings and calves are often the target muscle groups when preparing people for sport. However, other lower leg muscles are involved in athletic activity such as the peroneals and muscles in the medial compartment. In this video I demonstrate some massage techniques I use to activate the late...
Many cyclists experience groin pain and/or cramp and wonder why. Do the adductor muscles even work during cycling? Research suggests they do, and getting the adductors stronger could help improve your performance.
Australian Myotherapist Samantha Rigby discusses her journey as a therapist. It’s a tale of passion, drive, the satisfaction that comes with helping others, and how to run a good business in the health profession.
These five easy to apply technique tips will help you run more efficiently, faster, and reduce the chance of injury.
Preparing athletes for exercise and sport has changed in recent years, and those changes include the way health practitioners use soft tissue therapy. The term activation is now being used more than warming up, and in this video I’ll demonstrate how I apply massage to the calf muscles to get triat...
In this edition of “Mick talks with…” I continue on my discussion with Brady Green, a PhD candidate at La Trobe University and clinical physiotherapist who has an expertise in calf injuries.
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