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  • Calf Strain: Top Tips, Mechanisms and Management
    October 30, 2023 Adey Saunderson

    Calf Strain: Top Tips, Mechanisms and Management

    Introduction: Calf strains are a common injury among athletes and individuals engaged in physical activities. Understanding the anatomy, mechanisms of injury and the essential components of early stage management is important when recovering from injury.  Anatomy and Function of the...

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  • Simple Hamstring Injury: 5 Top Tips
    March 24, 2023 Adey Saunderson

    Simple Hamstring Injury: 5 Top Tips

    1. During the first 5-7 days the body’s natural inflammatory processes are hard at work and it’s important to optimise this, with gentle range of motion up to pain, not through it, we want to avoid NSAIDs as they can...

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These articles has been written by Adey, 
RecoverFit Physiotherapist.

Adey Saunderson 


Having worked in professional sport for over 10 years, which included the Rugby Premership and The English Football League, Adey has a wealth of experience with dealing with injury and rehabilitation in the sports world. His desire, commitment, people skills and knowledge are why he has a great reputation in the clubs and teams he has been involved with. Alongside working for RecoverFit, Adey also works in the military as a physiotherapist. 

DISCLAIMER: The content provided in these articles is for informational purposes only and should not be considered medical advice. The advice and tips shared in these articles are not intended to replace professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of a qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read in these articles. The author and publisher of this blog are not responsible for any adverse effects or consequences resulting from the use of any suggestions, recommendations, or procedures described in these articles.