Book An Appointment Online Today

The hamstring tantrum exercise

injuryrehabcentre Feb 06, 2019
 

Looking for a new hamstring exercise to implement into your program? A study has shown that the 'tantrum' exercise has more hamstring muscle recruitment than the famous Nordic hamstring curl!

Give it a go!

If you'd like to feel better, move better and perform better visit http://bit.ly/2HpIFPT

Continue Reading...

Get that spring back in your step

injuryrehabcentre Feb 05, 2019
 

The property of “springiness” within a tendon is an important factor for agility, speed, power and a short ground contact time during athletic movements as required in several types of sports (Journal of Sports Science and Medicine (2018) 17, 223-228).

Think of springs or coils, the tighter you compress them, the more energy is stored and released, giving you that "bounce in your step". However, before developing that ability, we need strong and robust muscles to support those tendons (as they attach to bone via the tendon after all).

Now you are probably wondering how we can train that "springiness"!
Well lucky at the Injury Rehab Centre, we can assess you for base strength and start to train or improve your performance.

Box jumps are a simple and easy way to develop and progress your Tendon springiness. 
Want a million more ideas or more sport specific drills or simply
if you'd like to feel better, move better and perform better visit http://bit.ly/2Q8Vkdi to...

Continue Reading...

Ed's Exercise of the Day - Half Kneeling Single Arm Kettlebell Shoulder Press

injuryrehabcentre Feb 05, 2019
 

Book a time to see Ed for his exer-lent exercise prescription to help you feel better, move better and perform better at http://bit.ly/2Q8Vkdi

Stay tuned and Follow us on Instagram @injuryrehab and like our page on Facebook at Injury Rehab Centre for more rehab tips and exercises

Continue Reading...

Ed's Exercise of the Day - Full Body Plank with Leg Lift

injuryrehabcentre Feb 04, 2019
 

Book a time to see Ed for his exer-lent exercise prescription to help you feel better, move better and perform better at http://bit.ly/2Q8Vkdi

Stay tuned and Follow us on Instagram @injuryrehab and like our page on Facebook at Injury Rehab Centre for more rehab tips and exercises

Continue Reading...

Is your pain in the butt a real pain in the butt?

injuryrehabcentre Feb 03, 2019
 
Is your pain in the butt a real pain in the butt?Here is a simple technique for relieving that pain and getting you moving and feeling better!
 
 
Continue Reading...

Ed's Exercise of the Day - Dumbbell Push-up into Renegade Row

injuryrehanbcentre Feb 03, 2019
 

Book a time to see Ed for his exer-lent exercise prescription to help you feel better, move better and perform better at http://bit.ly/2Q8Vkdi

Stay tuned and Follow us on Instagram @injuryrehab and like our page on Facebook at Injury Rehab Centre for more rehab tips and exercises

Continue Reading...

F45 Moorabbin Screening

injuryrehabcentre Feb 02, 2019
 
The team at the Injury Rehab Centre headed down to F45 Moorabbin for some screening tests to identify any issues with strength, flexibility, control, and endurance. They will be using their Movement Assessment Toll and exclusive strength testing technology to measure these key physical areas.
 
F45 are just beginning their eight-week challenge, which for many newcomers to the gym will be a huge spike in their usual activity.
 
This can lead to overload injuries or exacerbate pre-existing deficits, which highlights the benefits at looking at all the keys elements to make sure you perform to your best and stay injury free!
Continue Reading...

Ed's Exercise of the Day - Double Leg Hamstring Slide Outs

injuryrehabcentre Feb 02, 2019
 

Book a time to see Ed for his exer-lent exercise prescription to help you feel better, move better and perform better at http://bit.ly/2Q8Vkdi

Stay tuned and Follow us on Instagram @injuryrehab and like our page on Facebook at Injury Rehab Centre for more rehab tips and exercises

Continue Reading...

Getting our backs strong, not protecting them!

injuryrehabcentre Feb 01, 2019
 

When it comes to back pain, whether it be acute or chronic, many of us are guilty of being too conservative with our back, that includes therapists and patients!

In the acute stage, gentle movement is more beneficial than complete rest. This may include gentle stretching or supported movements from an external object such as the floor or a wall. The key is, early movement and gently loading is the first step in recovery!

When it comes to the persistent back pain, there may be multiple factors contributing to this. A lot of the time there may be a lack of strength throughout the body, or it may be a result of being far weaker on one side of the body compared to the other. Another factor may simply be a lack of flexibility at a specific joint in the body that leads to issues in the lower back.

Here at the Injury Rehab Centre, we like to get to the bottom of the cause of all injuries, especially back pain! That's why we love our point of difference by providing our one hour testing...

Continue Reading...

Ed's Exercise of the Day - Double Arm Kneeling Shoulder slide outs

injuryrehabcentre Feb 01, 2019
 

Book a time to see Ed for his exer-lent exercise prescription to help you feel better, move better and perform better at http://bit.ly/2Q8Vkdi

Stay tuned and Follow us on Instagram @injuryrehab and like our page on Facebook at Injury Rehab Centre for more rehab tips and exercise

Continue Reading...
Close

50% Complete

Receive Latest News and Updates from The Injury Rehab Centre