A therapist lies on her front, one ankle slightly raised and hands resting on glutes
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How to avoid hamstring injuries

This week, senior Victory physio Sophie Apps (a specialist in treating lower limb injuries) tells us all about hamstring injuries. Where and what are my hamstrings? The start "ham" derives from the Old English word ‘ham’ or ‘hom’ which is the back of the crease of the knee, from a Germanic...

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A therapist demonstrates a glutes exercise on a step in our dedicated gym in our Moorgate physiotherapy clinic
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Lazy Bum Epidemic: Move

Over the past few weeks, I’ve been writing about the phenomenon of gluteal imbalance, which we’ve dubbed the Lazy Bum Epidemic.  In How Skeletal Muscles Work, I wrote about the three different types of skeletal muscle: prime movers, local stabilisers and global stabilisers – how they function when everything’s fine, and...

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A therapist demonstrates a foam roller exercise for opening up the chest
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Foam roller: your new best friend

Foam rolling is a great way to do ‘self maintenance’ of your body, whether it is after sport, or trying to undo the ‘city posture.’ It helps to keep the myofascia (muscles and fascia) relaxed and happy, and prevents them from getting tight which can increase your risk of...

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One of our therapists demonstrates a glute exercise in our physiotherapy clinic in Liverpool Street
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Lazy Bum Epidemic: Stabilise

Over the past few weeks, I've been writing about the phenomenon of gluteal imbalance, which we've dubbed the Lazy Bum Epidemic.  In How Skeletal Muscles Work, I wrote about the three different types of skeletal muscle: prime movers, local stabilisers and global stabilisers - how they function when everything's...

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One of our therapists demonstrates a glutes release exercise with a spiky ball
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Lazy Bum Epidemic: Release

Over the past few weeks, I've been writing about the phenomenon of gluteal imbalance, which we've dubbed the Lazy Bum Epidemic.  In How Skeletal Muscles Work, I wrote about the three different types of skeletal muscle: prime movers, local stabilisers and global stabilisers - how they function when everything's...

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The brain as a muscle
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What is the RSM Model?

Over the past few weeks, I've been writing about How Skeletal Muscles Work, and what happens when they go wrong and you create a muscle imbalance.  Today, I'm writing with the good news - how you can treat muscle imbalance using our unique RSM Model - Release, Stabilise and...

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