Around 40% of the people I treat through ZEN Anatomy Sports Therapy have suffered with knee pain, and quite often it's the very reason they book an appointment. Luckily, around 85% of the knee pain sufferers I have seen have been able to manage and overcome their knee pain through conservative treatment, i.e through sports therapy, rehab exercises and adjusting daily tasks to suit their needs.
There are times though, (around 15%) where surgery has already been performed, or
How do foot blisters make you feel when running? It's no surprise that blisters are one of the most common running injuries. Read on for our 5 top tips on how to treat them and most importantly, how to avoid them. When training for a running endurance event, it's common to experience friction related blisters. We get them because it's our bodies natural defence mechanism of healing an area, with inflammation comes all the vital healing tools that are used to repair a damaged
Are your Hip Flexors Tight or just Weak?
One of the most common problems runners can experience during marathon training is developing 'tight hip flexor muscles', this is often due to running technique and the lack of strength training during marathon training. The thing that makes it difficult, is that tight or weak hip flexors don't always present themselves as 'pain' to the quadriceps; instead, they manifest themselves further around the kinetic chain and cause issues fu