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Redskins Injuries List in 19-16 Win over Titans

Posted November 22nd, 2010 by Ian Constable 1 Comment

Redskin Injuries – With several key players missing through injury before the game the Redskins went on to lose another one in the warm-up and then EIGHT during the game and still managed to win 19:16 against the Titans!!

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Tendon Healing

Posted May 14th, 2010 by Ian Constable 4 Comments

Tendon Healing There are 3 phases to Healing inflammatory phase repairing phase remodeling phase Inflammatory Phase Red blood cells and white blood cells, enter the site of injury. In the first twenty-four hours, the job of these white blood cells is to ‘clean up’ any dead materials. Special substances or factors are released which increase [...]

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Flat Feet – Do I Need an Arch Support?

Posted May 12th, 2010 by Ian Constable 11 Comments

How To Recognise Your Foot Type The simplest way is to wet your feet and then stand upright with your feet comfortably apart on a flat dry surface that will allow you to examine the footprints that you leave as you carefully step away. You may need some dry paper – it is easier if [...]

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Planes of the Body

Posted April 22nd, 2010 by Ian Constable No Comments

Body Planes We are 3-dimensional beings. We have height, width and depth. We move in all sorts of different ways and directions. To be able to explain and record these various movements and directions the body has to have a reference system that is accepted by all. These are described as planes. We have 3 [...]

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Lateral

Posted April 21st, 2010 by Ian Constable No Comments

Lateral The term lateral applies to that side of a limb that is furthest from the midline in the . It does not matter what position you move your arms to, this side of your limb is always called the lateral side. Think of this blue area of your arm or leg as being painted. [...]

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Medial

Posted April 21st, 2010 by Ian Constable No Comments

Medial The term medial applies to that side of a limb that is nearest the midline in the . It does not matter what position you move your arms to, this side of your limb is always called the medial side. Think of this green area of your arm or leg as being painted. No [...]

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Anatomical Position

Posted April 21st, 2010 by Ian Constable 1 Comment

This is the anatomical position. The anatomical position is the position from which all movements are described. Think of standing upright feet together and facing forwards, arms by your sides with your palms facing forwards. The red line is the midline. This is important for terms like medial – this applies to the side of [...]

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