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Category Archives: Shoulder Injuries
Probably the most incongruous sport at London 2012 is the beach volleyball competition. Whilst it seems natural for scantily clad men and women to play the sport in California and Rio it does not seem to work in Britain.
PhysioRoom.com continues to follow British Boxing hopeful Anthony Ogogo on his goal to reach London 2012. In our latest interview we explore his training schedule.
RSI is short for Repetitive Strain Injury which is caused by constant repetitive motion. This usually happens in the workplace in tasks such as typing or on a production line.
On Monday 27th February, comedian John Bishop set out on an epic journey that was to cover 290 gruelling miles over five days all in the aid of Sport Relief, where so far an amazing £1,660,198 has been raised.
Kinesio tape (or elasticated tape) has been used for many years across a wide range of sports by top athletes who have suffered injuries including Serena Williams, Lance Armstrong and David Beckham, who is often seen wearing the brightly coloured … Continue reading
The six nations has started again and as I write this England won a bruising encounter with Scotland and Wales sealed victory over Ireland with the last kick of the game. As ever the thrills and spills have started and … Continue reading
Last year the 23-year-old boxer from Suffolk just missed out on a medal at the AIBA Men’s World Championships in October, due to aggravating a long-term shoulder injury he sustained in Europe. Now, as he gets back to training and … Continue reading
Hot off the press! As seen in this month’s Four Four Two magazine, PhysioRoom.com has complied all the vital injury stats from the Prem Season. We’ve partnered up with the national football publication Four Four Two to bring to light … Continue reading
A new Women’s Channel is now live on PhysioRoom.com. It features helpful guides, expert advice and products specifically for women (both teens and adults) concerning sports injuries, fitness aids and healing solutions.