Posture and postural correction is falling out of fashion, mainly due to there being no credible link between posture and pain. But unless you have done some more advanced qualifications, pain doesn’t fall into the scope of practice for the average PT anyway. However, posture can be a fantastic tool for helping people with Read more → KYPHOSIS CORRECTION – A PHYSIO’S PERSPECTIVE
Here are some great facts from our Level 3 Diploma in Personal Training. The sexual glands in males and females release important hormones that bring about the physical changes typically witnessed during puberty. In females, the ovaries release oestrogen and in males, the testes release testosterone. These hormones also support health during adulthood. They Read more → ANATOMY FACTS – TESTOSTERONE & OESTROGEN
Here are some great facts on the skeleton from our Level 2 Fitness Instructor Course. The skeletal system consists of two main types of connective tissue: Bones and cartilage. Our skeleton is classified in two sections: The axial skeleton – consists of the bones that form the main frame or axis: the spine, Read more → ANATOMY FACTS – THE SKELETON
Origin: Supraspinous fossa of the scapula Insertion: Greater tubercle of the humerus Action: Abducts and laterally rotates the shoulder. Stabilises the shoulder by by pulling the humeral head into the glenoid.
Origin: Infraspinous fossa of the scapula Insertion: Greater tubercle of the humerus Action: Laterally rotates the shoulder. Stabilises the shoulder by by pulling the humeral head into the glenoid.