so you feel better.
Our physiotherapists Cathy James and Kate De Bruyn took one for the team when they attended the most recent Sporting Hip and Groin Course to find out the latest medical research into both hip joint pain, injury, and treatment.
We can all put an end to that all too common complaint about our shoulder pain or injury impeding our training. Our experienced physiotherapists Roy and Jacinda are out to help you to better understand the shoulder, and how it functions.
Pelvic instability is common post-pregnancy due to hormonal changes, particularly the involvement of the hormone relaxin, says Pure Director Kate Senini.
Most pain and tightness through the front of the hip is due to overuse of the hip flexor muscles, says Pure Director Kate Senini. This is often due to poor stability around the pelvis and hip, and decreased power of the gluteal muscles. Overuse of the hip flexor causes the muscles to become fatigued and tight, which leads to pain.
Interval training requires greater muscle strength and power for speedier, more explosive propulsion as we run faster, says Pure Director Kate Senini.