Recovery - Rehabilitation - Improving Performance

 

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

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Cycling - Sir Bradley Wiggins R'2016

Cycling injuries are either overuse injuries which develop gradually over time due to repeated movement patterns or pressures & acute trauma. The most common gradual onset cycling injuries tend to be knee injuries but wrist and elbow pain can also occur. IT band syndrome, petellofemoral pain, lower back pain, handlebar palsey or wrist strains. Sudden onset injuries from a fall often occur to the shoulder as the cyclist falls onto an outstretched arm. AC joint sprain or rotator cuff tear.