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SIJ Pain

Sacro Illiac Joint Pain SIJ Explained

Sacro Illiac Joint Pain SIJ Explained What is the Sacro Illiac Joint Pain (SIJ)? The SIJ is the joint between the lower segments of the spine, the sacrum, and the illium bone of the pelvis. The SIJ is given structural support by strong ligaments and muscular support gives the SIJ some degree of dynamic stability.

Exercise

Workout Wednesday: Shoulder Rehabilitation Exercises

Workout Wednesday: Shoulder Rehabilitation Exercises This week in Workout Wednesday Jack and Mark demonstrate basic shoulder exercises to strengthen the stabilizing and postural muscles around the shoulder blades. Conservative management for people with shoulder impingement normally includes exercise therapy to strengthen the rotator cuff muscles as well as scapular stabilising muscles. Research has shown that

Functional cause of PFJ Knee Pain

Patello-Femoral-Joint (PFJ) Knee Pain Explained

Patello-Femoral-Joint (PFJ) Knee Pain Explained Functional Anatomy of the PFJ of the Knee The knee is primarily a hinge joint which allows for flexion and extension movements. The patello-femoral-joint is the joint between the patella (knee cap) and the intercondylar notch of the femur, where the patella tracks during flexion and extension of the knee.

Demystifying Pilates: Who is Clinical Pilates for and when is the best time to start Pilates if I have an injury?

Demystifying Pilates: Who is Clinical Pilates for and when is the best time to start Pilates if I have an injury? The most common reason for Clinical Pilates is when someone has an injury. The most common is back pain, however, we see a range, including pelvic pain, neck pain, shoulder pain and knee pain

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