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Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral Palsy (CP) is a neurological condion that is a result of an injury to the brain during cerebral development that affects movement and cognion.

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Returning to sport safely

For individuals participating in sport, it is widely understood that the volumes and intensity of training should be increased gradually over time to reduce the risk of overuse-related injuries.

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Posterior Interosseous Nerve Entrapment

PIN Syndrome is typically caused by overuse and chronically repetitive movement patterns of the upper limb. This leads to constriction of the nerve within the soft tissue surrounding, affecting mobility and function of the nerve itself. 

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Blood Flow Restriction Training

Blood Flow restriction, commonly referred to as BFR training, is a method whereby arterial inflow of the working muscles is partially restricted and venous outflow is completely obstructed to reduce the oxygen supply to the muscle.

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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal tunnel affects 8% of the working population, and is the most common of the peripheral nerve entrapment syndromes.

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