1) Strengthening As soon as it is comfortable to do so, you should start strengthening the Peroneal muscles. Strengthening helps the collagen fibres within the tendon to realign and also helps develop the strength needed for running. Start with isometric exercises which are static contractions. An easy way of doing this is to sit
You have currently been training for a full marathon. In preparation for you marathon in a few months time you have been increasing your training regime more rapidly. After your most recent 10km training session at a higher intensity you have started to experience a dull pain around the back and outside of your
Proprioception is also known as the Joint Position System (JPS). JPS is a system that allows the joints to send a continuous stream of information to the brain about muscle use, joint position and movement. This allows us to know subconsciously where our limbs are in space without looking and it’s also the sense that produces sudden
Women’s health physio is a specialty area of physiotherapy that focuses on things such as pre and post natal exercises, pelvic floor strengthening and continence. Rozelle Physio currently has physiotherapists with special training in this area who are able assist you with these issues.
At Rozelle Physio we treat a variety of conditions related to throwing in sport. Below are some of the factors that contribute to throwing injuries and tips on how physio can help rehabilitate a throwing injury. Biomechanical Factors There are several biomechanical reasons why throwing related shoulder injuries occur some of which include: alterations
At Rozelle Physio, most of our patients come to see us after they have suffered an injury, and we are happy to help them; but in the world of professional sports, one of Physiotherapists responsibility is to prevent injuries from actually occurring in the first place. This occurs through pre-season screening and injury prevention or
A 31 year old male presented to physiotherapy following an acute knee injury at soccer training the previous day. The injury occurred whilst the patient was sliding in to tackle an opponent, the patient felt that direct contact was made with the knee but could not remember if the knee was twisted, or if it
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Carpal tunnel syndrome is the most common neuropathy in Australia. It occurs in 1 in 1000 men and 4 in 1000 women. What is the Carpal Tunnel? The carpal tunnel is a rigid tube through your wrist made of bone and collagen. The median nerve runs from the forearm into