I recently viewed with interest a Facebook video posting asserting that Cuboid Syndrome was an inappropriate name.
There is a lot of folklore and myth related to pregnancy and exercise, let's take a look at the latest research.
The issues for the sporting female are often not front and centre, but incredibly important to every sports practitioner.
How many of us are able to bust out of our traditional anatomical learning patterns and actually think about cause and effect?
Two questions and so important to have answers because these two techniques are so ingrained in musculoskeletal medicine.
We take a look at the effect of biomechanics on injury and try to get an answer to the question: Is there a link?
Is it fatigue that alters running biomechanics and causes injury? Or is it altered biomechanics?
My man on the ground report on this year's NYC Marathon. You will laugh, you will cry, oh... the drama!
Well, I definitely have and have viewed them with suspicion (whilst occasionally trying them myself!)