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Saturday 30th May 2015 

Our team of Strength & Conditioning Coaches at Sports Surgery Clinic created the following sheet of exercises aimed at helping you prepare for your round of golf.

Saturday 9th May 2015 
A good warm-up should prepare the body for the movements and the intensity required in the sport. A warm-up does not need to be time consuming or complicated, but it is an opportunity to address any movement deficits an athlete may have.
 
Read the latest in a new series of blogs by Colin Griffin, Running Coach at Sports Surgery Clinic.
Friday 8th May 2015 
Shoe selection has become a topic of interest lately particularly among runners. Many sports shops offer a gait analysis service to help with the process of shoe selection with a wide variety of shoe types available.
 
A runner will select a shoe or be advised on their selection based on the theory of extra-cushioning as a protective measure against impact forces, and anti-pronation features to prevent over-pronation or ‘flat feet’. Both influencing factors can be very misleading.
 
Read the first in a new series of blogs by Colin Griffin, Running Coach at Sports Surgery Clinic.
 
Tuesday 5th May 2015 
Populations of the world are increasing, partly but significantly due to falling mortality rates due to advances in treatments for cancer, cardiovascular disease and infectious diseases. Rheumatic disease has also felt the benefit of modern scientific developments, particularly in rheumatoid arthritis where the ‘biological’ medications offer many a chance of remission and even cure.
 
Read this article by Dr Barry J Sheane, Consultant Rheumatologist at SSC, which was published in the May 2015 issue of Senior Times Magazine.
Monday 4th May 2015 
Our team of Sports and Exercise Medicine Physicians at Sports Surgery Clinic treat patients suffering from concussion on a regular basis.
 
Read this handy infographiccontaining some facts and figures surrounding concussion.
Friday 1st May 2015 
Clinicians in our Sports Medicine and Physiotherapy Departments regularly treat patients presenting with low back pain. 
 
Read this handy infographic detailing facts and figures surrounding chronic low back pain.
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