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1907, 2019

How to set up your desk to avoid aches and pains

By |July 19th, 2019|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments

Whether it’s for study, work or just at home, many of us spend hours in front of a computer each day. Because of this, postural related pain and injuries have become more commonplace. Neck and shoulder pain, headaches, elbow and wrist, and low back pain can all be attributed [...]

2405, 2019

Have you had your KangaTech assessment yet?

By |May 24th, 2019|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

With the Adelaide Marathon just around the corner, it's important to make sure your body is prepared. Here at Saunders Physiotherapy we know just the thing to get you sorted. KangaTech is an injury prevention and management hardware and software platform currently used to test for and retrain neuromuscular [...]

1204, 2019

What’s in a warm-up

By |April 12th, 2019|0 Comments

By Alex McVeighIs your warm-up doing enough? The goal of warm-ups traditionally has been to prepare the body for sports.However, recently at elite levels teams are using warm-ups as an opportunity to build strength, enhance performance and decrease injury risk.Recent research from FIFA has shown that warm-ups that include hip, [...]

411, 2018

Postural and respiratory activation of the trunk muscles changes with mode and speed of locomotion

By |November 4th, 2018|0 Comments

Article in Posture 20(3):280-90 · January 2005 Steven W. Saunders, David Rath, Paul W. Hodges Despite the importance of the deep intrinsic spinal muscles for trunk control, few studies have investigated their activity during human locomotion or how this may change with speed and mode of locomotion. Furthermore, it has not [...]