Golf Swing Fault: Left Knee collapsing 15 May 2020|Kam Bhabra Left knee collapsing in on your Back Swing In this article, we show how your physio can work in conjunction with your golf coach. Exercises and drills, can be designed to allow your body the best chance of breaking unhelpful patterning in your golf swing.…Read More
Golf Swing Fault: Hips sliding 15 May 2020|Kam Bhabra Sliding hips throughout the swing In this article, we show how your physio can work in conjunction with your golf coach. Exercises and drills, can be designed to allow your body the best chance of breaking unhelpful patterning in your golf swing. Many golfers will try…Read More
The knee that tends to take the most torsional loading is the lead knee in the golf swing. The most famous golfer in the world (Tiger Woods) can testify to the stress knees can undergo in the swing. During his career he has undergone ACL reconstruction and suffered stress fractures to his left knee.Read More
In this article we identify three simple tips which will really help off load your lower back.
Three key fundamentals to reduce compression forces on the low back are good posture and set up, using legs effectively and finishing swing in a neutral spinal position. Let us expand on these three points below.Read More
Post Exercise Recovery “How can I prevent onset of muscle soreness?” “How can I train when I am still sore?” “How can I get the most out of my exercise session?” These are all questions we get asked when people begin exercising. The aim for a lot of people is to work out and not feel sore…Read More
The popularity of soccer has soared in Australia over the last three years, but unfortunately, so has the number of injuries we see in the clinic. Our goal at Lilyfield physio is to keep you moving, playing and injury free. Here are our 5 top tips to keep you on the pitch. 1) Ensure…Read More
What do runners generally do regards foot strike? A recent Runner’s World study of more than 160,000 recreational and elite runners revealed that 40 percent of people thought they were heel strikers, 43 percent midfoot strikers and 17 percent forefoot strikers. Under analysis it was found, 94 percent of these runners were heel strikers, 4…Read More