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Jul 12, 2019

Summary of Physio-logical Sports Injuries Blog Series

We have come to the end of our sports injuries blog series. We hope you have found the advice and self help exercises via our blogs and YouTube channel useful.

Here is a summary of the sports injuries we have covered:

The injuries and sports we have covered are listed below:

1              Skiing – Knee – Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury

2              Gym – Shoulder

3              Golf – Lower Back

4              Cycling – Knee

5              Footballer – Calf Strain / Tightness

6              Rugby – Ankle Sprain

7              Tennis – Tennis Elbow

8              Water sports – Neck/Shoulder

9              Badminton – Wrist

10            Netball – Ankle/Achilles Tendon

11            Bowling – Lower Back

12            Hockey – Knee Meniscal Tear

13            Horse Riding – Hip/Lower Back/Sacro-iliac joint

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