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Ed's Exercise of the Day - Med Ball Lunge Twists

Uncategorized Feb 08, 2019
 

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Pain Vs Gain!

injuryrehabcentre Feb 08, 2019
 
When it comes to starting out exercise for the first time or after suffering an injury, there can be a few barriers stopping you from getting back into it!
 
Some of the more common barriers is a lack of time. Unfortunately, this is the most common one we see. Making time to take care of our health and well-being needs to be held as a higher priority.
 
Fear of pain or pulling up sore from exercise can be another barrier. Unfortunately, pulling up sore from exercise to some degree is inevitable, even when taking things slow and steady. This is just a normal biological response from the body and very rarely would have any correlation with tissue damage.
 
Here at the injury rehab centre, we love utilising our super session to go through elite testing to get to the true cause of your pain, which provides you with a specifically tailored program to get the best results. We also love providing guidance through our group rehabilitation classes!
 
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When can I return to running after my ACL reconstruction?

injuryrehabcentre Feb 08, 2019
 

Commonly 12 weeks post surgery has been considered the "safe" amount of time before resuming running into your rehabilitation program. However, this is a poorly researched area, as a recent study has shown that less than 1 in 5 research papers even look at any other factors besides simply how many weeks ago you had our surgery!

Just like making the decision to return to sport, it is important to meet certain strength and mobility criteria before progressing to the next stage of rehab.

Here at the injury rehab centre, assessing and monitoring your progress is what we do best, using the latest assessment technology! so you can have the reassurance that you are ready to progress with more substance than simply looking at your calendar! 

If you'd like to feel better, move better and perform better visit www.injuryrehab.com.au

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Ed's Exercise of the Day - Med Ball Lunge Pass Unders

injuryrehabcentre Feb 07, 2019
 

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ACL prevention programs

injuryrehabcentre Feb 07, 2019
 

There has been a 70% increase in ACL tears in Australia for those under the age of 25! Australia the highest incidence of ACL ruptures and the thing is up to 50% of them are preventable by implementing basic bodyweight exercises!

Program such as the FIFA 11+, Netball knee and AFL footy first programs for a minimum of 30 minutes have been shown to slash your risk of rupturing your ACL significantly! 

A the TIRC implementing the best testing and rehabilitation programs for preventing and rehabilitations ACL injuries is our bread and butter!

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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!

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Ed's Exercise of the Day - Hip Hinge

injuryrehabcentre Feb 06, 2019
 

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

injuryrehabcentre Feb 05, 2019
 

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

injuryrehabcentre Feb 04, 2019
 

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