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Cervicogenic Headache and Migraine

Cervicogenic Headache and Migraine

Headaches affect up to 50% of the population at some stage in their lives. At least 20% of all headaches and migraines can be attributed to the neck and some studies show this number may be significantly higher. What is a cervicogenic headache? A cervicogenic headache...

3 Hamstring Exercises Every Athlete Should Be Doing

3 Hamstring Exercises Every Athlete Should Be Doing

We show you the best 3 hamstring exercises to improve strength, speed and prevent injury. In our latest video, Jin Su Jung, one of Australia's top sprinters with a PB of 10.27, demonstrates our top 3 hamstring exercises to develop strength, speed and most importantly,...

Shoulder pain and rotator cuff injuries

The important stuff you need to know about rotator cuff injuries. The rotator cuff is a very important group of four small muscles (supraspinatus, infraspinatus, subscapularis & teres minor) that connect the upper arm to the shoulder blade (see image). Their main...

Get strong arches!

Get strong arches!

Build strong feet with these 2 exercises. Sitting or standing, push toes down into the floor so your arch raises slightly. Keep you heel on the ground. Hold for 10 seconds and repeat x 5 each foot. Calf raises with band around ankles. Raise up onto your toes whilst...

Frozen Shoulder Treatment and Exercises

Frozen Shoulder Treatment and Exercises

Frozen shoulder (adhesive capsulitis) can unfortunately take anywhere from 6 months to 2 years to recover. These exercises are designed to maintain your shoulder flexibility whilst you go through the natural process, as well as help restore your flexibility once the...