Is exercise safe during pregnancy?

Going back about 30 years, women who became pregnant were very much discouraged from participating in exercise, largely due the baseless theory that exercise may harm the unborn baby.

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Runner's Knee

“Runner’s knee” (or Patellofemoral pain syndrome) is one of the most common injuries afflicting the knees of active adults and adolescent. It describes diffuse pain, typically at the front of the knee, which is often worse in activities that load the knee joint.

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Should you get your ankle checked?

Between 40-50% of new ankle sprains, symptoms such as the ankle feeling unstable, swelling, poor strength and balance can persist over many months. When these symptoms persist over 6 months, the injury changes from an ankle sprain into Chronic Ankle Instability (CAI).

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Gluteal Tendinopathy

You may not have heard of Gluteal tendinopathy, but you’ve probably heard of gluteal bursitis, trochantertic bursitis and greater trochantertic pain syndrome.

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Incontinence in the Female Athlete

Incontinence is not a normal part of aging! Any leakage during laughing, sneezing or exercise shouldn’t be ignored, the fix may be easier than you think.

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Achilles Tendinopathy

The Achilles tendon is a tough band of fibrous tissue that connects our calf muscles to our heel bone. It is the largest and strongest tendon of the body, withstanding forces of up to 12 times our body weight during running.

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