June 18, 2017

I've previously posted about the single leg hop test and its role in the decision-making process regearding return to sport following lower limb injury. Now, I'll cover the 4 hop test battery that is commonly used in return to sport testing following ACL surgery (SEE p...

June 11, 2017

Last week I shared a simple clinical test (Star Excursion Balance Test) that can be used to help guide the decision-making process around returning to sport following lower limb injury.

Here is another one; The Single Leg Hop Test. The goal of this test is to jump as fa...

June 8, 2017

What tests do you use to guide your patient's/athlete's return to sport following lower limb injury; such as ankle sprains or knee/hip injury?

The Star Excursion Balance Test (as shown in pic above) is a valid and reliable test, as are the single leg/triple/triple cross...

June 2, 2017

Lateral ankle sprains (LAS) are one of the most common sports injuries, especially in indoor/outdoor court sports such as Basketball, Netball and Tennis (Fong et al., 2007). As a result they have a high economic burden with direct and indirect costs associated with the...

June 1, 2017


Squats often get a bad rap for hurting people's knees, and there's a lot of argument about how you should do them.

First things first: There's no "better" way to do a Squat. Depth of Squat (1/4, 1/2, Full) and what type (Front, Back, Trap Bar, Kettle Bell, Sumo etc) ar...

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