Breathe in through your nose, out through your nose.....
Breathing through your nose can have greater health implications...
2 aspects to performance: quantity & quality. Both required for performance at a high-level(sports) or low-level (daily life)
Crack/pop/adjustment...what does this actually mean when you hear these sounds/terms from your clinician?
Healing is multifactorial. There are many aspects to life in general that can affect how we heal from injury or illnesses
Can curved and mechanical treadmills be the game changer?
Do motorised treadmills achieve the same outcome as "real" running?
Cupping. Nothing different, just another way to improve pain, mobility, control, strength, and performance
We need to treat everyone as an individual rather than a scan or a picture or a body part
What you see in your scan might not necessarily correlate with what you feel...
We advocate for exercise before pregnancy, and even during, to maintain strength for mums
Want to run well? We learnt about footwear, running, mechanics and so much more....
3 main predictors of injury: Previous injury, Assymetry & Training Load...
Can something as simple as breathing affect your performance? Is breathing a missing piece to the puzzle?
Ever wondered what goes behind the scenes at a Crossfit Competition?
Magnesium (Mg) is a mineral that is essential to many functions in the human body e.g Bone health, Muscle cramps, High blood pressure
Omega 3s have role in the body as components that form the structures of your cell membranes
Glucosamine can have a positive effect on joint and cartilage health..
Self-care tools have become all the rage during the pandemic...
We have always thought it really helpful when considering courses, to see what other participants had thought of them..
Feet are our foundations of our body; let's take an objective view of foot structure
There is so much to absorb as a physiotherapy student. What "non-clinical" aspects should students think about when stuyding?
The squat. It's a position that we have taken for granted and many of us have lost it....
In part 3 of our lower back pain series, we discuss management strategies surrounding lower back pain
We look at some of myths surrounding the common phrases we hear in relation to lower back pain.
The lifetime prevalence of low back pain is estimated at 60-70%. We explore the possible causes and concepts of Lower back pain
The development of rolling serves as the foundation for strength & neuromuscular integration from which other complex movements build
Restrictions or limitations in the ankle could be causing your pain in the knees, hips or even lower back
This is what an initial assessment might look like for all new clients
One thing has always been constant: breathing was never irrelevant.
Not recovering as quickly as you had hoped? Everybody is different and every body responds differently.....
Disclaimer: We have not been paid/given this product by Correct Toes. This is a personal view and we experimented on our own accord.
It was once thought that all bacteria was bad for us and that we should try to eradicate as much of it as we could