Sacro Illiac Joint Pain SIJ Explained

Sacro Illiac Joint Pain SIJ Explained What is the Sacro Illiac Joint Pain (SIJ)? The SIJ is the joint between the lower segments of the spine, the sacrum, and the illium bone of the pelvis. The SIJ is given structural support by strong ligaments and muscular support...
Workout Wednesday: Bridging Exercises

Workout Wednesday: Bridging Exercises

Workout Wednesday: Bridging Exercises Workout Wednesday: Bridging Exercises: This week Jack Hickey, Exercise Physiologist at MD Health, and Mark Charalambous, Physiotherapist at MD Health, demonstrate the correct technique for basic, intermediate and advanced bridging...

FAI Hip Pain Explained

Femoro-Acetabular-Impingement FAI Hip Pain Explained Functional Anatomy of the Hip Joint The hip joint is a very stable ball and socket joint between the head of the femur and the acetabulum of the pelvis. The joint is enclosed by the acetabular labrum and joint...