Whether you have an injury – or not, often we are told to glute stretches and stretches at the gym. If there’s a way of bringing in more activities to release off the knee, it’s worth doing so. When we’re doing our normal glute warm-up, one of the muscles that comes down the inner-thigh attaches in toContinue Reading »
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If you’ve been unable to fix long-standing discomfort around the areas of your back, hips or knees, this might be your answer. Today we’re talking about Neural flossing. This involves stretching the Spinal area and the sciatic nerve. Neural pain may easily be confused with lower back, knee or hamstring pain and can be identified when releasingContinue Reading »
We had a really interesting case last week with a lady for a running issue. She presented with pain underneath the inside of the knee. It’s a very common running problem, so we did our standard assessment addressing;Tightness of the lower backTightness in the hip areaTightness in the inner-leg area We went through all ofContinue Reading »
What do the ITB – and the lower-back, hips and knees have in common?Quite a bit actually. Building on our previous videos about the ITB which involved triggering the area and using a foam roller to relieve tension, Dr Leah Madden takes you through an effective stretch to try. The ITB is important because it attaches toContinue Reading »
The ITB is a large tendon that runs down both sides of your legs from your pelvis, to your knee. It is common to get a lot of tightness in the ITB if you do running, cycling and lots of activities in the gym. If it gets tight, it can be responsible for hip and kneeContinue Reading »
The calves are in a relationship with the lower back and knees.Calves and knee stability are essential for proper function of the hips, knees and lower back. Most commonly, problems start before you can feel it, by tight calves or stiff ankles. In this week’s video, Chris Jensen explains an easy way to address this, byContinue Reading »