ACL injury and physiotherapy

ACL Injuries and Changes to Brain Structure

Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tears are a common and often debilitating knee injury that can end the career of a professional athlete or prevent us from enjoying the activities of daily living. New research from the University of Michigan has also shown that individuals who have undergone ACL reconstruction surgery may have structural changes in their brain.

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flexibility, mobility, and physiotherapy

Flexibility vs. Mobility — What's the Difference?

There has been a massive influx of exercise content on the web and social media, where “flexibility” and “mobility” exercises are shown. These two words seem to sometimes be used interchangeably when they in fact have very different meanings.

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Fascia and Physiotherapy

Fascia — What is it, what does it do, and why does it matter?

The term fascia has become extremely trendy of late, and you may have heard personal trainers, athletes, and health professionals talking about it. In this post, we will explore what the fascia exactly is and why it is so important in affecting our ability to move.

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