Posted on: May 30th, 2018 by thephysiomovement

Doing warm up exercises before your workout is important in many ways. A good warm up will gradually increase your heart rate, increase circulation to your muscles, tendons and ligaments, and mentally prepare you for your workout. Warm ups and stretching generally occur in the beginning of a workout session. Join Exercise Physiologist Callum as he explains […]

Posted on: May 17th, 2018 by thephysiomovement

The ‘Miss Correct Posture’ competition. Contestants pose with trophies and their X-rays at the Chicago Chiropractors convention, May 1956. As chiropractors, when we examine our patients ‘alignment’ we see mechanical disorders that might seem best quantified through the taking of an X-ray. Poor posture is plain to see, and it would seem logical that any […]

Posted on: May 16th, 2018 by thephysiomovement

Chiropractic is a profession, not a treatment. Every Chiropractor examines and treats in a different style. There are several variations of Chiropractic treatment, and TPM Chiropractors most commonly use a combination of techniques to best help patients meet their goals. Prior to Chiropractic Treatment Prior to treatment, a hands on exam is performed tailored to […]

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Posted on: May 9th, 2018 by thephysiomovement

Q: How many runners do you know who are injury free? A: Not many! Statistically there is evidence that indicates up to 60% or more of recreational runners are running with injuries. With so many injured runners out there, does this mean that running is bad for us and we shouldn’t do it and is […]

How are you performing? Have you heard of Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport [RED-S]? Basically, it refers to low energy availability due to an imbalance between energy intake in form of food and energy expenditure required for activities of daily living, healthy bodily functions, growth and sport activities. RED-S identifies many body systems affected, as […]

Posted on: May 8th, 2018 by thephysiomovement

Foam Rolling is everywhere and If you haven’t already heard about foam rolling, now is your time to jump on board the train! Foam rolling is the latest craze for all levels of athletes to recover and improve performance. The practice applies different levels of foam density to the muscles providing a form of self […]

Posted on: May 8th, 2018 by thephysiomovement

SHOULDER INJURIES IN SWIMMERS As a Swimmer and a Physiotherapist myself, often I am seeing a high number of Shoulder Injuries in this population. It is difficult to prevent these injuries, after all swimming is a repetitive overhead sport which in itself, is a common predictor for shoulder injury. However, more recent research has shown […]


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