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3 min rec
5 x 70
5 x 5 x 115
3 min rec
5 x 60
5 x 5 x 72
S/set with 60 sec between reps
1 arm db row 5s x 8r x 35db
GM 5s x 8r x 80
Military press 5s x 8r x 37
went and saw my physio today and 3 of my shoes (including my warm up /plyo trainers and track spikes) were set wrong which was putting me in an unbalanced and weak position. Getting that sorted will help!
[i]We can treat swelling, pain, inflammation and muscle weakness with medication and physiotherapy. But if we do not sort out what could be causing or contributing towards the problem, the body may not heal optimally. Alternatively, other areas of the body may develop pain.
At Sole Physiotherapy, contributing factors towards your injury will be analysed. This may include asking questions pertaining to your family history, previous injuries, work situation and sports training. You have the right to choose not to inform the physiotherapist of these. However, this would make it more difficult to analyse your injury.
Your shoes will be assessed, as these can be important factors adding towards injuries. The approach here will not attempt to change your natural biomechanics. The assessment will determine, whether the shoes make you more efficient.
Inserts may be used to place your foot as closely as possible to your natural position during walking and running in that shoe. If the inserts prove to be uncomfortable at any time, the physiotherapist would need to be informed.
If you have a long-standing problem, more than one appointment may be needed to analyse contributing factors to your injury.
Once these factors have been dealt with, manual therapy may be used to treat remaining pain or stiffness. Rehabilitation exercises may need to be performed to strengthen your body, as relevant to your specific work or sports.
You will be taught to monitor yourselves – your symptoms, the shoes you wear, your posture during work and sport, your general activity and training programmes, as applicable.
Constant re-assessment of your condition and your goals is imperative for good outcomes of treatment. If your symptoms do not improve, should they get worse and if your goals are not achieved, the physiotherapist would need to be notified to modify treatment appropriately.
If you would like more information of the approach used at Sole Physiotherapy, or have any concerns, please discuss these with Chris Sole.
Articles from published research to support his approach are available.[/i]
Wed 9 Feb
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