Michael Walden

Mike is a qualified Sports Injury Therapist, creator & CEO of Sportsinjuryclinic.net. Mike has a degree in Physical Education, Sports Science and Physics, a Diploma in Fitness Training & Sports Therapy and a Postgraduate Certificate in Education with Qualified Teacher Status.

Plantar flexion

Plantar Flexion

Plantar flexion is the movement that occurs at the ankle where the foot pointed downwards. For example when you go up onto your toes. It is the opposite of dorsiflexion, which is pointing the foot …

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Muscle Strains

A muscle strain is also known as a pulled muscle, torn muscle, or muscle rupture. It is simply a tear of any muscle in the human body. Here we give an overview of the common …

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Resisted dorsiflexion

Dorsiflexion

Dorsiflexion is the movement that occurs at the ankle where the foot lifted upwards. It is the opposite of plantar flexion, which is pointing the foot downwards as occurs when going up onto your toes. …

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Triceps strain

Triceps Strain

A tricep strain is a tear to the triceps brachii muscle at the back of the upper arm which contracts to straighten the elbow. It is caused by overuse, or a sudden force on the …

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