Let's set the scene... You've been struggling with shoulder issues for years... you can bearly remember when it started to bother you. Initially, it was just a niggle - maybe the odd twinge here and there, or a dull ache. It didn't used to get in the way of your favourite activities. But over the months or years since it first started it's slowly come to become such a nuisance that you started to avoid certain activities. In fact, at some points it's even stopped you from doing simple day to day tasks, like household chores or completing tasks at work.
The truth is, there is no single solution to all types of shoulder pain. As there are so many different ways to treat different types of shoulder pain, each case of shoulder pain needs to be treated individually. To put it simply - the right treatment for one person will be different to the best treatment for another.
Although they are often confused, Golfer's Elbow and Tennis Elbow are two different overuse injuries of the tendinous structures of the elbow and wrist. More specifically, these injuries are categorised as 'tendinopathies'.
We have all heard the term 'flexibility'. But there's a new term on the block and it's being used interchangeably with our old friend 'flexibility'. But is there a difference between them two terms? If so, what? And why is it important to our training?
Why do my wrists hurt when I'm training? I often get queries in the clinic from clients about wrist pain when they are training arms. In particular, the pain is worse when they perform bicep curls...