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New IASTM Tool from IAM Tools




A little while ago Malc Innes of IAM tools sent me a few prototypes of tools that are about to go into production.  These are a completely new tool, in the same shape as my steel tools, but made from polycarbonate.  The material is thought to give the a similar level of feedback and quality, […]

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FAKTR Weekend




Well, this weekend I’m on the FAKTR course, and will be teaching the foot and ankle section tomorrow!! Today was day one and it was awesome, the level of the participants is quite amazing and I have to say I’m learning loads 🙂 The range of backgrounds is quite amazing too, there are physiotherapists, osteopaths, […]

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Course Review: Spydertech Kinesiotaping




I was lucky enough to go to the Spydertech kinesiotaping course in Denmark a few months ago.  Early start (4am) to catch the first flight to Copenhagen from Luton. The course was being taught by the inventor of the Spider Tech pre-cut kinesiotape, Kevin Jardine.  I have to say that I’ve seen kinesiotape being presented […]

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Product Review: IASTM Tools




I’ve talked about IASTM (Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Massage) in previous posts, and I’ve talked a little about the IASTM tools I use, but I thought it might be a good idea to talk about the tools a little more. After completing the FATKR course I obviously needed a tool to so I could start […]

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Pelvic Floor Exercise Videos




Here are the exercises for the functional pelvic floor workout from yesterdays post, Pelvic Floor Workout. As I thought, I couldn’t convince Mrs Physioblogger to go on camera, so you’ll have to put up with me I’m afraid 😉 This video has the squatting and lunging strategies: The tweaks you can use for this are […]

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Pelvic Floor Workout




Yesterday we discussed the strategies I use for firing the pelvic floor muscles and gave some simple ideas of how you turn the anatomical knowledge you have into functional exercise (Click here to view: Ante/Post Natal Strategies). There are infinite ways of applying these ideas, but to get you started…here is the programme I started […]

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