Rugby physio monitors injuries on artificial pitches, as study warns of possible health risks
A physiotherapist is recording rugby players’ injuries to find out whether artificial pitches pose a different or greater risk to players than grass surfaces.
In review: our featured book and web resources
In review looks at our featured book Sports injury Prevention and Rehabilitation; the Prostate Cancer new online learning platform and Surviving Br
Scottish sports injury practice wins ‘customer satisfaction’ award
Optimal Physio in Newton Mearns, East Renfrewshire, won the excellence in customer satisfaction prize at Global Health and Pharma magazine’s healthcare and pharmaceutical awards 2015.
Five ways to minimise the risk of rugby injuries
Former Saracens physiotherapist James Moore shares his top five tips for staying safe.On this page:Hamstring trainingEffective lat functionJoining a 'baby cow' clubTraining neck musclesNutrition and recovery
Physio findings - How to make your research count
In our regular column on research that's relevant to physiotherapists, Janet Wright looks at the latest clinical findings.
Physio-findings - Orthopaedic
In our regular column on research that’s relevant to physiotherapists, Janet Wright looks at the latest clinical findings
Off piste action
With thousands of keen tourists heading for the snowy slopes each year, making sure theyre ski fit is essential, writes Sally Priestley
With school sports days in full swing around the country, physios have warned parents about the potential perils of getting involved.
Backing for young athletes
A London physiotherapy practice is to help young British athletes gear up for the 2012 Olympic Games.
Why cheetahs dont stretch
Does stretching before exercise have any benefit? Jennifer Trueland examines the evidence