Sports Therapy Scotland Blog
Western populations are becoming increasingly swarmed by postural related conditions.
Steven Ray Cage Warriors World Champion will defend his title in Newcastle on Saturday.
Too many of us are ‘happy’ to put up with back pain to ‘see how it goes’ or ‘it should go away soon.’
Vocal Massage is becoming extremely popular with singers, actors and public speakers.
Want to improve your golf? Ease pain? Shoulders stiff, back stiff?
I have witnessed many weird and wonderful pre-season training methods that are supposed to enhance the fitness of the football players.
Massage is a wonderful way to help someone prepare for an event like the Edinburgh Marathon.
I with Peter Howson will begin a 300-mile walk across Scotland on behalf of Scottish Autism to help raise awareness, understanding and funds.
Skiing and snowboarding is are fun and exciting sports, but as with any sport, it can put the participant at risk of injury,
This year, stop the cycle of resolving to make change and then not following through.
What does Theo Walcott’s ACL and Ligament injury mean for him?
Plenty of better writers than I will be penning tributes to Eusébio. Devour them, understand them and remember Eusébio.
David Jenkins is qualified via Functional Movement Systems as FMS Level 1 and FMS level 2 advanced corrective exercises assessor.
Back pain treatment, Lower Back pain treatment Glasgow and Stirling. Blog Kindly Provided By Fiona Russell.
The London Marathon is this weekend and i’m sure we all know someone family or friend who is running in this for a good cause.
A Nodger is a cheeky little self-massager that hooks around your back and gives all those knots you can’t reach a good going over.
In the last year whilst working in Glasgow I’ve had the pleasure to be coached from my friend and Scottish National Weightlifter Andy Tsang.
EMS or STIM has been used for many years to stimulate muscle and nerve fibres to treat a number of muscle and nerve related conditions.
There is nothing like a traverse of the Aonach Eagach in Glen Coe in blue skies and sunshine.
Golfer’s elbow, or medial epicondylitis, is similar to its counterpart, tennis elbow.