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My Top 5 Shoulder Rehab Exercises

I often get asked what are my favourite rehab exercises for shoulders, but this is a tricky question to answer as there are so many different variables that make me choose an exercise, but, there are some exercises I do seem to find myself regularly falling back on, so I thought I'd write a little…

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The long and short of… Leg Length Differences

I must hear at least once a day a therapist, or a patient discussing the issue of one leg being shorter, or longer than the other, what's called leg length discrepancy or difference (LLD) or to give it it's technical term 'Anisomelia'. I also hear many therapists using this diagnosis to explain pain and movement…

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Shoulder Instability Part 3: Non Traumatic

In my previous post we looked at trauma as a cause of shoulder instability, what's called Type I unstable shoulders on the Stanmore Classification System which I discussed in my introduction post here. In this piece we will look at the non traumatic structural causes of instability around the shoulder, what's called Type II's. The…

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The myths of foot orthoses… A guest article by Ian Griffiths

So I am absolutely chuffed to bits that I have managed to convince and lure another guest writer at ‘The Sports Physio’. I’m even more chuffed that I have been able to convince one as well-respected and recognised as Ian Griffiths a highly specialised Sports Podiatist. Ian has a wealth of knowledge and experience in all things foot, ankle and lower limb injury wise, his full bio can be…