ALL PARENTS READ - esp with the utterly rubbish driving in queenstownThis post has come from the Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office. Very good information. You should consider your child's size - not age when restraining them. They are precious cargo.
We receive many inquiries about restraining children in vehicles. Please remember the most dangerous place you will ever place your child is in a vehicle. Crashes are the #1 cause of injury and death for children. Take child passenger safety seriously. Remember, dead children don't cry. The decision isn't up to them. Pics - Misty Blades ... See MoreSee Less
Here’s Nat of Queenstown Health stabbing me with needles at the back of my dodgy knee. Nat’s on maternity leave now with a beautiful little baby boy called Hudson. I’ll miss her 😭 but pleased she can have some decent time off with her new bubba 👶 Queenstown Health gives me sponsored athlete rates for all my treatments with them. Their team of physios, chiros, massage therapists and other useful people work with many high level athletes around here. They have the skills to look after my best-up body and advise me about activation drills, mobility etc, and also bigger picture athlete development stuff. I’m very grateful, thanks Neki and team. ... See MoreSee Less
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A number of people have asked me for posterior tibialis exercises and @dr.surdykapt has put together a great series. Checkout his page as he will be posting weight-bearing progressions next. ・・・ While most people think of the posterior tibialis affecting the arch of the foot, it also performs plantar flexion and inversion of the foot and ankle. Here are some basic exercises to strengthen this muscle. Think “down and in” for most of them. . 1️⃣Heel Raise - plantar flexion with a ball ensures good positioning throughout the movement . 2️⃣Banded Inversion - isolated strengthening through a full range of motion . 3️⃣Ball Squeeze - isometrics may be useful for positional strengthening or painful tendons . 4️⃣Windshield Wiper - try to keep the big toe down like you’re squashing a bug . 5️⃣Controlled Articular Rotation - shortened range of active motion to focus on the posterior tibialis . Although these exercises might be effective for various posterior tibialis issues, it ultimately needs to be strengthened in weightbearing, which I will discuss tomorrow. . #RehabScience ... See MoreSee Less