The term Lisfranc’s injury was named after a French surgeon called Jacques Lisfranc in the Napoleon era who in 1815 described a quick way of amputating the forefoot in soldiers in the war. His way was to cut through the tarsometarsal (TMT) joint in the midfoot and so avoid cutting
This is a very simple rehabilitation exercise for the hip and ankle which will have a great effect to aid you in walking. The only difference is that you are standing for this and not sitting.
Level – Intermediate
Equipment – Balance board
Stand up and place your foot in the
A strength and conditioning based squat with a squash, with the ball between your lower back and wall is a great thigh workout. Use your core to maintain a long, straight back as you squash the ball into the wall. This exercise is designed for patients who are rehabilitating:
Many people regardless of age suffer from foot ache. In many cases they have a sharp, burning pain in the soles of usually one foot and focused towards the back end of the arch of that foot. Pain often occurs after rest where upon immediate standing a sharp “tearing” pain
We have been doing a lot of work here at Therapyroom1 pushing the goal posts forwards in order to give you the best types of rehab you can do at home and we developed this in in the past and wanted to share it with you, trust me it has
So you look out into the garden and you spot a bit of grass amongst the weeds and realise against all your gritted teeth that it is spring and time for getting back out there.
Well, you know and I do, that gardening is a back breaking and dirty past time,
The single leg lunge is designed to help athletes increase their strength, stretch and stability movements around the hip. It definitely is an advanced strength and stability late stage rehabilitation that requires and produces:
Standing with the ball behind you,
There are many young runners who over time have suffered pain in the front of their legs and ankles and in most cases this was attributed to shin splints. Well the muscle for this problem is Tibialis anterior and in this article we look at it from an advanced runner’s