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Who is at risk for falling and what can we do about it?

Introduction: Falls have a large impact on the overall health and quality of life in older adults.  It has been estimated that 30-60% of older, community-dwelling adults experience a fall each year and that approximately half of these individuals experience … Continue reading

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Physios in Sport – ACPSEM Courses

Clinical Reasoning in Exercise & Performance Rehabilitation 20th & 21st September 2014 – Part 1 – Bisham Abbey, near Marlow 8th & 9th November 2014 – Part 2 – Bisham Abbey, near Marlow Current Soft Tissue Techniques for Sport 26th & 27th April 2014: Part … Continue reading

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Sprint-related hamstring injuries by Colm Daly

Hamstring injury is a major problem for sports involving high-speed running. This article explores how common the problem is, how often it recurs and what work has been done on risk factors and their moderation. Further, recent advances in diagnostic classifications and rehabilitation will … Continue reading

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To my faithful friend who saw me through 14 years of publishing sportEX

Dear Ella Thank you for your unwavering friendship, loyalty, love and appetite and courage for life. You taught me so much and it was an extraordinary privilege to be your guardian on this earth for a wonderful and healthy 14 years. … Continue reading

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