Do We Understand How Breathing Helps Thoracic Mobility?

One of the big concepts I preach and emphasise in The ProSport Academy Therapist Online Mentorship is understanding what is actually happening when we do things rather than just doing things for the sake of it. This…

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The Importance Of Correct Weight Distribution Of The Foot During Squats and Lunges

The last 10 years, therapists and strength and conditioning coaches have become very fond of the ‘vertical shin angle’ and ‘weight through the rearfoot’ when squatting and lunging in an attempt to improve posterior chain contribution. While…

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Response To Nick Winkelman’s Question On Rehabilitation Techniques

Nick Winkelman recently asked the casual question ‘Which Rehabilitation techniques do you use most with your clients?” to which this really got my mind back thinking to when I got out of university and fresh into sports…

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An Email From A Past Sports Physio Mentorship Student

On Sunday evening I received one of the nicest emails I will ever probably receive. This reaffirmed if anything else why I am doing this online therapist mentorship. My ultimate aim is to have 30 emails like this in…

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Influence Of The Respiratory System On The Toe Touch Test

The standing toe touch is an objective assessment most physiotherapists and other healthcare professionals will use on a daily basis.However do we understand the impact of the patient’s respiration on the outcome of…

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Hamstring Injuries In Professional Sport

The good old ‘hamstring injury crisis’ is back in full swing in the premiership and every Tom, Dick and Harry is offering their opinion on why this is happening. Numerous papers are asking the…

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Pro Sports Physio Interview With SportsRehabExpert.com

Here is the Pro Sports Physio Interview I done recently with Joe Heiler from SportsRehabExpert.com reflecting on my thought process now and during my time working in professional sport. I have wrote quite…

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The Professional Athlete Dummy Spit

Do you want to work in professional sport as a healthcare professional? There is one little secret they don’t tell you in university or you may not realise while watching sky sports every weekend as you look at the therapist interact…

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AC Joint Exercises Day 1 Post Injury

The Acromio-clavicular joint is a common joint to be injured in contact sports. Working in a rugby, gaelic football or other contact sports will expose therapists to these injuries quite frequently. I have…

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The Biggest Mistake Made Pre-Season Screening

In this short blog video I cover one of the biggest mistakes I see made all the time when helping therapists design their pre-season screening plan. This mistake can be just as big as spending hours upon hours screening players and…

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