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Are Soccer Regulators Doing Enough to Prevent Brain Injuries?

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Are Soccer Regulators Doing Enough to Prevent Brain Injuries?
Studies suggest soccer football can cause severe brain trauma – but so far, the International Federation of Association Football, or FIFA, has done little to address it

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Physio Phebe on "concussion"

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Physio Phebe on "concussion"

It’s not just a contact sports injury. I’ll explain the current evidence around what it is and how to manage it. 

What is a concussion? How to treat a concussion? What's the recovery time of a concussion? All explained by Physio Phebe. 

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What is LP Support EmbioZ?

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What is LP Support EmbioZ?
Before unveiling what EmbioZ is we first need to answer who LP Support are? For over 20 years, LP Support has been the most widely used and recommended brand of braces in more than 60 countries. LP Support is recognised as the industry leader in the sports medicine category and in technical protective wear and has been well received by sports medical professionals.

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G-Form for the coming snow season

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G-Form for the coming snow season

G-Form is a low-profile but effective base layer body armour that’s flexible under normal use, but stiffens up upon impact to protect you from falls and collisions, the perfect accessory this snow season. Have you noticed that wearing a helmet is now the norm on the ski slopes, but rarely does impact protection extend down below the neck. Well now it can with G-Form, a light, flexible base layer that can be worn during the winter months by skiers and snowboarders to keep you protected this snow season. The base technology that makes G-Form’s body armor different from traditional foam...

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Recovery & DOMS with Physio Phebe

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Recovery & DOMS with Physio Phebe

Adequate recovery is key to performance, but what exactly should it involve? And how can you minimise the dreaded post-exercise muscle soreness?  If you've ever felt sore or stiff the next day or the second day after an activity, you are certainly not alone. This is technically known as “delayed onset muscle soreness” or in physio slang “DOMS”. It develops 24-48 hours after unaccustomed high-intensity physical activity and is often worse if your activity involved a lot of eccentric exercises (when the muscles lengthen during load) such as downhill running. What actually happens to the muscles fibers is they undergo...

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