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29

Aug

Exercise physiology for shoulder impingement

Sub-acromial shoulder impingement is one of the most common upper body injuries we see at Central Performance. Sub-acromial...

22

Jul

Exercise Physiology for hip and knee Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis (OA) of the knee and hip is a very common condition associated with aging and something we see quite a bit...

15

Jul

Exercise Physiology for running performance

Running is an extremely popular form of exercise with almost no cost and fantastic physical and mental benefits. I’m sure...

3

Jul

Physiotherapy For Low Back Pain Part 2: Treatment For Back Pain

In Part 1 of this blog series on back pain we reviewed the three types of low back pain, plus busted some myths about...

27

Jun

The Powerful Combination of Physio and Fitness When Coming Back From a...

Being injured and in pain is the worst. It holds you back from performing activities you enjoy and even everyday...

26

Jun

Physiotherapy For Low Back Pain Part 1: The Three Types Of Back Pain

Low back pain is a very common problem that our physiotherapists treat every day here at Central Performance....

24

Jun

Exercise physiology for Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome

Patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS) is a condition typified by a vague, diffuse pain around the knee. It is often most...

20

Jun

How does Pilates help with my low back pain?

Low back pain is one of the world’s most common conditions and is a leading causes of disability and work...

5

Jun

Should We Really Bother Foam Rolling So Much, Really?

For all the jazz around foam-rolling these days it may be surprising to know that the underlying mechanisms are...

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