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Knee surgery a sham?

injuryrehabcentre Jan 30, 2019
 

Do you suffer from knee pain and been told you may need surgery? Research continues to challenge knee surgery, especially those with degenerative knees or non-traumatic meniscus injuries! 

Just like the shoulder, the correlation with having a tear in the cartilage in your knee and having knee pain is very poor! If you are unsure of how best to manage your knee pain and been told you need surgery, it may be wise to seek a second opinion! 

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Top 3 Exercises for Early Hamstring Strain

injuryrehabcentre Jan 30, 2019
 
Hamstrings are one the most common injuries in running sports!Often we are told not to do any exercise or place any load on the hamstring in the early phase. However, there is emerging evidence that the sooner we get the muscles loaded within pain tolerance, the faster you can progress with your rehab
 
Here are three simple hamstring exercises that can be done in the very early stages post-hamstring injury! They can continually be used as part of your warm-up routine as you progress!
 
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How to prepare for a Marathon with Running Guru Rick Mirabella

injuryrehabcentre Jan 30, 2019
 
Are you even ready to start a Marathon Training Plan?

Andrew sits down with Running Guru Rick Mirabella from Runnez to talk about what to prepare with before you even look at starting a 16-20week Marathon Running Training Plan.

Runners get a FREE DorsaVi Running Sensor and Slow Motion Video Running Analysis Session (Valued $120) to measure problems in your running technique with every Initial Running Performance + Injury Risk Assessment booked with the Injury Rehab Centre team until February 28.

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https://www.injuryrehab.com.au/p/Running-Promo
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Ed’s Tantrum: Kids and Sports!

injuryrehabcentre Jan 30, 2019
 

Weight training with adolescents has been a debated topic for many years! The old myth of weight training stunting children's growth is old and outdated!

Many injuries are as a result of rapid growth of our longe bones, which grow too fast for the muscles to cope! This often leads to tendon issues which can compromise a child's ability to tolerate the heavy loads of running and jumping in their sports! Adolescents often have huge training volumes in their typical weeks in the school terms which emphasizes how important strength training can be for improving load tolerance and reducing incidences of pain associated with rapid growth.

In regards to weights training, it can be hard to know where to begin for anyone, especially our younger athletes. That's why here at the Injury Rehab Centre we pride ourselves on our point of difference! We provide strength assessment technology that you would only expect to see in an elite athlete environment. We utilise this technology so we can get...

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Ed's Exercise of the Day - Standing Hammer Curl

injuryrehabcentre Jan 30, 2019
 

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Exercise is the best medicine

injuryrehabcentre Jan 30, 2019
 

Exercise has been proven time and time again to be the best and most effective treatment for Muscle and joint pain. The human body does not work like a machine, where the more you use it, the quicker it will wear out. Our body adapts to what it is being exposed to, which leads to a stronger and more robust system! Exercise is a natural pain killer and has an anti-inflammatory effect!

Contrast to common beliefs, it is those who are inactive or sedentary who are more likely to have LX disc, knee and rotator cuff issues. Exercise is the best medicine. 

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Top 3 mistakes with tendon pain

injuryrehabcentre Jan 29, 2019
 
Are you suffering from tendon pain?Unsure what you should or should not be doing to fix it? Here are three common mistakes to avoid when suffering from tendon pain, whether it be an Achilles tendon, Patella Tendon or Tennis elbow!
 
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Ed's Exercise of the Day - Cable Side Walkouts

injuryrehabcentre Jan 29, 2019
 

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Running does not wear out your knees

injuryrehabcentre running Jan 28, 2019
 

Are you worried that running may be wearing out your knees? Have you been told that by running you are putting yourself at risk of this occurring? The good news is we can confidently say that this is a myth and that this age-old myth of running wearing out your knee joints needs to be busted back to the 20th century!

Modern research shows that this is far from the case. A study looked MRI scans of healthy marathon runners and found that there were less findings of tears in the knee cartilage than the sedentary population.

This provides evidence that more running does not simply mean more 'wear and tear' In fact, it may be quite the opposite!

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Top 3 mistakes runners make

injuryrehabcentre runner Jan 28, 2019
 
Injuries amongst runners are all too common! Many of them can be avoided. Here are three common mistakes that runners make which can lead to injury:‍
 
Increase training load too much too soon
Avoid strength training out of fear it will have a negative influence on their running. when research shows it actually improves running efficiency and reduces injury risk.
 
Only running on one type of surface. Running on multiple different surfaces provides variety which is essential in any training program and allows the body to make numerous adaptations due to being exposed to different forces.
 
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