High intensity training is effective to improve chronic low back pain.
Stabilisation/motor control, resistance training and aerobic exercise training are the most effective physical activities in cases of non-specific chronic low back pain.
Eccentric cycling is effective for knee extensors and hip flexors to increase muscle hypertrophy and strenght. Possible great outcomes for rehabilitation and training purposes.
Diaphragm release technique is improving pulmonary function and respiratory pressures in healthy adults.
Anterior cruciate ligament is a very common injury amongst athletes. What to do to return to sport? Early surgery operation or conservative treatment and late operation? Learn more at http://semrc.blogs.latrobe.edu.au/acl-injury-surgery-needed-return-sport/?platform=hootsuite
Thanks to Dr Clare Ardern from Linkoping University, Sweden and La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia.
Thanks to Richard W. Willy, PhD, PT, OCS1 and Erik P. Meira, PT, DPT, SCS, CSCS2 for this great overview on current biomechanical intervention for patellofemoral pain.
Particular interesting paragraphs on quadriceps strengthening and movement re-education.
Anxiety, depression, fear of movement can be present in patients suffering of PFP though more studies are needed in order to investigate how these psychological factors contribute to PFP.
A very interesting article on overuse injuries in cycling. Thanks to Paul Visentini, Australia and Ben Clarsen, Norway.
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