Three Exercises To Avoid With PHT Video
James Dunn sports injuries rehabilitation expert demonstrates what three exercises to avoid when you have proximal hamstring tendinopathy. Video 4.15 mins.
A little give away – the changed pathology remains but the tendon grows more good tissue until there is more good tissue than a tendon with normal pathology! Recently termed the donut effect.
Many people say the hardest part of being injured is the impact on their mental health. On top of that lots of people take up sport to improve their mental health or as a coping mechanism. Many sporting events are social events. People make friends through sport so when you’re injured you feel losses in many ways.
Maryke Louw of Sports Injury Physio helps you make sense of why you feel grief and how you can help manage these feelings. Click the link below.
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