RUN FOREST RUN

By Sarah Antico | Exercise Physiologist​With the running season fast approaching, now is the optimal time to consider how best to approach the race of your choice. It is easy to get caught up in the buzz of training, especially if it’s your first big race so here are...

Putting Research Into Your Rehab – Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome

Patellofemoral pain (PFP) has a high prevalence in general practice, orthopaedic, and sports settings. Pain is exacerbated by tasks which increase patellofemoral joint (PFJ) loading including running, squatting and stair negotiation, with occupational and physical...

Putting Research Into Your Rehab – Patellar Tendinopathy

​One of the most common injuries suffered by athletes and gym-goers is tendinopathy, more commonly known as tendinitis, however this term is technically incorrect as ‘itis’ means inflammation and this is not thought to play a big role in most tendon...

Don’t let your pain free dysfunction turn into injury

In our first Video Blog find out from MTP Founder Luke Kane, what makes Move Train Perform different to other physical therapy practices and how understanding your movement roadblocks can improve your performance and reduce your risk of injury.