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Category Archives: Calf and Shin Injuries
Thanks to the improvements in medical science we are used to seeing players come back from career threatening injuries. Manchester United’s Nemadja Vidic is just the latest in a long line of players to return to action following knee ligament … Continue reading
At the time of writing precisely five minutes before Monday night football I quickly gather my thoughts and compose myself considering what can only be described as one Hell of a welcome back to the EPL.
You could not have missed the fact that London 2012 is being hosted in the UK this year, yet until now you may not have heard that much about the Paralympics which thanks to the games is getting much deserved … Continue reading
It is not a name that trips off the lips in any conversation about football but Harold Bell is a record breaker. He played an amazing 401 consecutive league games for Tranmere Rovers between 1946 and 1955.
Frank Lampard is out of the European Championships 2012 in Poland and Ukraine. He suffered a thigh strain in training and the medics could not guarantee that he could play any serious part in the tournament.
On Sunday 20th May a record 40,000 runners will to take to the streets to take part in the Great Manchester Run. It is in its tenth year and whilst there will be plenty of aching muscles and sore feet … Continue reading
As a 12 time medalist in the AAA Championships, 2011 European 3000m Indoor Champion and winner of the 2000 1st 1500m European cup (to name a few achievements), 38-year-old Helen Clitheroe from Preston is no stranger to the world of … Continue reading
In February, Lewis Moses became the National Indoor 1500m Champion. Now, the 25-year-old has a chance to be a part of London 2012. PhysioRoom.com catches up with him during his busy training schedule for more…
The goal celebration has become almost as important as the goal itself these days. Bobby Charlton would celebrate with a simple handshake with a team mate and Alan Shearer famously just lifted one arm.