Tag Archives: Assessment

6 Simple Exercises to Ease Back Pain – #1 is Easy!

This is a must read if you want to:

  • avoid recurring low back pain
  • stop feeling debilitated and frustrated because you can’t do the things you want to do
  • stop feeling like a victim of your own body

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I Know I am, Are You?

With the 6-Nations rugby tournament approaching I thought it fitting to base this week’s article on the importance of being ‘robust’. ‘Robustness’ is a word I use everyday when interacting with my clients yet very few have linked the word and its definition to their own rehabilitation and conditioning goals. Here’s why I think it’s such an important attribute to possess.

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The 6 Simple Mistakes You Could Be Making During the Squat Exercise

By Spencer Brown

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The assessment of movement quality is an important part of restoring physical function, reducing injury risk and remaining pain-free. This article explains why we look at clients performing the squat and what particular dysfunctions can present.

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