• Top 5 Most Common Cycling Injuries

    It’s time to take a look at some cycling injuries! ————————————————————- The 2018 UCI Road World Championships get under way this Sunday with our very own British team aiming for glory. Simon Yates, fresh off a victory in the Vuelta a Espana will be at the forefront of the mean’s team along with his twin brother … Read more

    The Commonwealth Games

    The Commonwealth Games got under way on Wednesday, and while the 71 nations come together to joyously celebrate Britain’s colonial past, we thought it would be a good time to remind you of some common track and field, cycling and general injuries. It was the beloved Prince Charles who kicked off the pomp and ceremony … Read more

    Returning to Sport After a Knee Injury

    We welcome Michael O’Doherty of Chiropractic Moves to give us some wise words on how to return to sport after a serious knee injury…   So you’ve had a bad knee injury and you’ve been through the surgery and done some rehab, but how do we decide when it is time to go back to sport? It’s … Read more

    Top 5 Most Common Winter Sports Injuries

    In case you didn’t know, the Winter Olympics officially get under way today(Fri 9 Feb) in the South Korean county of Pyeongchang. The games will run from the opening ceremony which takes place on the 9th right up until the 25th when one country will sit atop the medal table and crown themselves the best … Read more

    Expert Analysis: ACL Injuries Explained

    When Manchester City’s Benjamin Mendy fell to the floor against Crystal Palace last month after a challenge from Andros Townsend, no one quite knew what was wrong. Initial scans on his heavily swollen knee proved inconclusive, as football’s legion of journalists and fantasy football enthusiasts alike began to speculate the extent of his injury. So … Read more

    Athletics: World Championships and Injury

    The World Athletics Championships got under way on Friday, and with them comes the last chance to ever see Jamaican sprinting legend Usain Bolt and distance running great Mo Farah in action at the elite level. Both look set to retire at the end of this season, closing the curtain on an era in athletics … Read more

    What is a Ruptured Patella Tendon?

    So far throughout this year’s Wimbledon, injury has been a recurring theme. Leading up to the show-piece we were all sweating on the fitness of Andy Murray and have watched on, eagle eyed at how he walks between points. So it’s safe to say it was already in the consciousness of even the most casual … Read more

    Five Things a Knee Cartilage Injury Patient May Encounter During Rehab

    Wednesday’s breaking news story dealt a huge blow to Arsenal supporters as well as England boss Roy Hodgson; Danny Welbeck has been ruled out of action for nine months following surgery on significant cartilage damage in his right knee. Welbeck limped off after just 24 minutes of his 15th Gunners appearance of the season against … Read more

    Injury explained: Knee arthritis or Osteoarthritis (and how to live with it)

    Letֳ face it: once youֶe passed a certain age, things start to change a lot quicker than before. Every ten years or so, our body seems to evolve suddenly as if it is trying to show us that, despite the fact that our mind still thinks knows weֲe really young and cool, well, our body … Read more