How to Reduce Your Risk of Sports Injuries

How to Reduce Your Risk of Sports Injuries

If you play sports long enough, you are bound to suffer an injury. Here are a few tips to reduce your risk and stay in the game. To an athlete, there’s nothing worse than being sidelined with an injury. Improper training, incorrect stretching routines, and a lack of a good warm-up can lead to an…

Why Pro Athletes Choose Chiropractic

Why Pro Athletes Choose Chiropractic

For over 100 years, professional athletes of all kinds have used chiropractic care to recover, reduce their likelihood of injury, and even get an edge in performance. And what used to be a secret is now well-known. Chiropractic care is used by sports teams from high schools right up through to the pros. Why it…

Staying Healthy as a Weekend Warrior

Staying Healthy as a Weekend Warrior

Millions of people participate in sport each weekend as a way to stay active and stay connected to their friends… but, inevitably, as we age, the likelihood of an unexpected injury creeps up. So how can you stay healthy as a weekend warrior? Taking proactive steps during the week to stay well can directly impact…

Runners MOT - Brighton Half Marathon

Runners MOT – Brighton Half Marathon

Running injuries often start with a niggle. Knee pain, muscle strain, tendon pulls, bursitis, ligament sprains and all sorts of other aches and pains are a constant reminder that marathon training and actually running it can be a hazardous business. Many people who enter for the Grand Brighton Half Marathon will not complete it because…

Brighton Half Marathon runners' offer

Brighton Half Marathon runners’ offer

After running the Brighton Half Marathon on Sunday you may still be getting muscle soreness or other aches and pains. Simple muscle soreness will get better over the next few days and massage can help speed this up. If you have a more persistent or painful niggle then you probably want to know whats wrong…

How to manage an acute injury yourself

How to manage an acute injury yourself

“As a physiotherapist this is a question I get asked a lot and having just completed the Brighton Half Marathon you may be asking the yourself the same question.” says Sundial physio James Masterson.  He goes on to say “So in order to help you with your post run recovery here’s a few useful tips to ease you back…