Six Nations- Survival Guide to Rugby Injuries

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It’s that time of year again where we dust off our rugby shirts and crowd around to jostle for space in front of the TV/head to the pub to cheer on our teams in the Six Nations. Rugby is such an exciting, fast-paced sport that demands players to balance physicality and controlled aggression with flare,…

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Is it Just Muscle Soreness or an Injury?

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One of our patients, James, at our Chiswick clinic, recently started a weight training program and asked our Physiotherapist about the intense soreness in his legs following squat and lunge sessions – he was unsure if this response was normal or if there was an injury involved. It is extremely common to experience periods of…

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4 of the Best Injury Prevention Tips for Runners

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With the warmer weather starting many of us are either increasing our training or looking to increase our activity – especially running training – so to help you stay moving and injury free here are 4 Tips to Keep YOU and your clients injury free. All from the team at Bodies Under Construction Physio. Injury…

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Snow Sports Injury Tip | ACL Ruptures in Skiing

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Although ACL (Anterior Cruciate Ligament) injuries overall are actually a small percentage of all snow sports injuries (10-15%) – it is very easy to rupture in the beginner and intermediate skier. The most common 2 mechanisms are ‘The Phantom Foot’ and the ‘Boot Induced’ Mechanisms “The Phantom Foot Mechanism” Uphill Arm is back Skier is…

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