Sport Injury repair and prevention articles by John Gibbons

John Gibbons – the Bodymaster – has written numerous articles and they are now available for you to purchase.

For a small fee you can download a copy of the ‘Complete Bodymaster Article Booklet‘ or if you choose you can buy individual copies.

If you purchase the booklet it works out at a bargain price of less than £1 per article.

Just some of the well known organisations John has written articles for:

UK Tennis
Sports Injury Bulletin
Sport CX
Running Fitness
Osteopathy Today
Massage World
Athletics Weekly
Federation of Holistic Therapists

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The Complete Bodymaster Article Booklet

This booklet contains ALL the articles to date that the Bodymaster Method ® trainer John Gibbons has written. It will leave you in no doubt at all about his abilities and knowledge in the subject!

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Why Kinesiology Taping is Great for Athlete Injuries

The brightly coloured tape that’s making a big statement. Kinesiology Taping is the current buzzword in the field of manual therapy. This brightly coloured tap is a common sight at all major sporting events from the Olympics to Wimbledon and the Commonwealth Games.

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Treating Drop Foot

Drop foot can be defined as a significant weakness of ankle and toe dorsiflexion. The foot and ankle dorsiflexors include the tibialis anterior, extensor hallucis longus and extensor digitorum longus. These muscles help the body clear the foot during its swing phase and control plantar flexion of the foot on heel strike.

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How I Treated The Oxford Rowing Team for Sports-related Injuries

Five fifteen in the afternoon of 29 March 2008 might not mean much to the average person, but for nine individuals in Oxford, it is everything. That’s the date of the 154th Oxford versus Cambridge boat race and the athletes from Oxford University Boat Club have been training since September.

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How to Treat Shoulder Pain

When it comes to dealing with shoulder pain, many physical therapists commonly treat where the client presents with pain, rather than considering if this is the actual cause of the problem or merely a symptom.

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Dealing with pain caused by problems in the Gluteus Maximus

Treating and Preventing Pain in Your Gluteus

Many athletes and patients attend the clinic every day with pain somewhere in their body. The question the therapist needs to ask is, ‘Can the gluteal muscles be partly or wholly responsible for the pain that the patient is presenting with?’ If the answer is yes, then we need to know why this muscle group, out of all the other muscles we have in the body, can be the key to the problem.

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How to Treat and Prevent Groin Injuries

I have been lecturing in the field of Sports Medicine for eight years. During this time I have come to recognise that many physical therapists commonly treat where the patient presents with ‘pain’ rather than considering if this is the actual ‘cause’ of the problem or if it is merely a ‘symptom’, especially with regard to patients who present with groin pain.

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The Difference Between Hip and Groin Pain

I have been lecturing in the field of Sports Medicine for eight years. During this time I have come to recognise that many physical therapists commonly treat where the patient presents with ‘pain’ rather than considering if this is the actual ‘cause’ of the problem or if it is merely a ‘symptom’, especially with regard to patients who present with groin pain.

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Treating Muscoskeletal Pain: Part 1

I have been lecturing in the field of Sports Medicine for eight years and during this time have come to recognise that many Sports Therapists treat where the patient presents with ‘pain’ rather than considering if this is the actual ’cause’ of the problem or merely a ‘symptom’.

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