In recent weeks, many of us went from commuting into an office environment to converting our dining tables into offices and classrooms. No-one had time to prepare for such a dramatic change, so here are our top eight tips to help you adapt to this new way of working.
In this article, we’re going to look at two different scenarios between acute (short term) back pain and persistent / chronic (long term) back pain, and how the nervous system can influence the outcome.
Ankle sprains are a common injury, for which you might think that after a bit of rest, it will resolve itself. Physiotherapist Stephen Armstrong explains why these injuries shouldn’t be overlooked.
Training whilst on tour can be similar to the situation we find ourselves in today; apart from your usual gym space and equipment. See how S&C Coach, Chris McCann gets around this hurdle.
Physiotherapist Aisling Freir, discusses the causes and risk factors of Scoliosis as well her experience working with an incredible team who trained for 8 months to climb Kilimanjaro, some of whom had undertaken operations or rehabilitation within the 18 months prior.
You’ve been training for months, you’re on track to be 100% at that start line, then you get the dreaded email… the marathon has been postponed. What now? Don’t worry, S&C Coach James Phillips has a plan of action.
There are several key deficiencies that commonly occur during the colder months which our Nutritionist Marc Bubbs addresses in this blog, sharing 21 ways you can boost your immune system.
“If sleep was a tablet, all doctors would prescribe it…” See why Physiotherapist, Clare Silvester advises sleep as part of her rehabilitation programmes.