One technique that’s bound to be much in evidence in therapy clinics this Fall and Winter is the use of kinesiology tape. Many Physical Therapists are adding to their skills portfolio by embarking on Kinsiology Taping Training.
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If you had to choose which would you prefer: Sprinting or Distance Running?
Understanding how skeletal muscle works is essential for aspiring athletes and their physical therapists and sports coaches. But it’s also good for us to understand so that we can improve our own physical fitness, regardless of what level we’re at.
And yet the effects of water in the diet are complex and there is not a little misinformation out there, as the recent New Scientist series on health myths so strikingly demonstrated. For a start, the much-quoted maxim that we should all drink eight glasses of water a day is not based on any scientific evidence.
Kinesiology Tape is becoming more recognizable and more main stream. If you've been watching any sports on TV this summer - pretty hard to miss ;) - you'll have become familiar with the garish stripes of colored tape being used by elite athletes from all around the world.
3B Tape is the choice of many elite athletes because it has superb stretch quality (30-40%), consists of breathable latex-free fabric and is supremely water resistant.
One person who knows how important these qualities are is one of Princeton’s most decorated Ivy-League swimmers, Meredith Monroe, who competed in trials before the summer.
The 3B Scientific Team are on the move again – we’re off on our travels and this time some of us are heading off to St. Louis, Missouri to the 63rd Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposia of the National Athletic Trainers' Association, June 27-29, 2012... This is going to be a very exciting time as not only do we have our special guest Dr. Homayun Gharavi, MD PhD PhD, with us but we’ll also be introducing his incredible 4D Pro ® ReAction Trainer to everyone.
If you’re heading out to the NATA meeting in St. Louis, you should make a bee-line for booth #2717 and come and say hi! You can be sure of a great welcome from our team and we’ve got so much to show you, we know you’ll be impressed.
When Claire Lomas severed her spinal cord 5 years ago, she was told she would never walk again. Claire was a successful and talented Event horse rider who competed at 4* level. But whilst competing at Osberton Horse Trials, in England in 2007, she collided with a tree. ... Her injuries were to change her life forever.
Paralysed from the chest down, how will Claire manage to compete in the London Marathon 2012?