Feeling pain under your heel or arches when you first get up in the morning and take a few steps? You've probably got plantar fasciitis, one of the more common causes of foot pain on the pads of your feet. This condition can be tricky to manage, but with a mix of taping, stretches, heel cups, orthotics, shockwave therapy, and strengthening exercises for the feet, you can manage this condition and get get back to striding!
Some hamstring top tips from our Dural physio
The posterior chain is a group of muscles that run down the back of your body (neck down to your toes), and work together as a team to keep us upright, jump, lift, and run. Training and developing the strength and endurance of these muscles can help reduce and prevent lower back pain.
Keeping fit during the lockdown is important for our physical and mental wellbeing but when the exercises start getting repetitive and boring, it's time to get some help. Our Exercise Physiologists at Dural Health can put together fun, challenging, and unique programs to help people lose weight, strengthen and condition their bodies, and manage many health conditions.
Many gym goers are now returning to the gym and realising they just can't lift or do things at the same level they were before. You're not alone!
Osteoporosis is a common condition where the bones in the body become weaker, but heavy strengthening exercises can help increase your bone density.