Recovery - Rehabilitation - Improving Performance

 

Injury management, manipulation and rehabilitation for soft tissues of the body including muscles, tendons and ligaments.

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Rowing - GB Glover & Stanning 2012

The most common rowing injury is low back pain - closely followed by the knee. Given rowing is a repetitive sport, it is no surprise that the evidence shows that most injuries are overuse in nature and not so much traumatic (73.8% overuse vs 26.2% traumatic). Aside from the back and knee, common rowing injuries include upper back and neck pain, muscle injuries, knee pain and wrist tendinopathies from oar rotations.