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Rugby Hurts: How to Prevent Injuries Becoming a Long-Term Problem


As we head into the rugby season and Rugby World Cup In Japan, we’ve put together some resources on the topic of rugby injuries.


Did you know?


  • The hooker (No.2) is the most injured player on the field, accounting for 26% of all injuries
  • The No. 1 shirt suffers more shoulder injuries than any other players
  • The No. 3 shirt ranks highest in the ankle injury charts
  • The No. 10 shirt suffers the most concussions


Swimming is one of the most popular sports in the world.

We swim in the sea, pools, lakes, streams, rivers and even ponds. And given 70% of the Earth’s surface is water, we’re not short of opportunities.

While swimming is considered a ‘low-impact’ sport due to the fact that the water supports a large percentage of our weight, more than 84% of regular swimmers suffer from some type of overuse type injury caused by swimming.

Tennis is one of the most popular sports throughout the world, with approximately 75 million participants worldwide. It is a sport that you can play at every age and at every level.

Musculoskeletal pain affects the bones, muscles, ligaments, tendons and nerves.  Anyone can experience musculoskeletal pain.  It is most often caused by an awkward movement, car accidents, falls, sprains, strains, fractures, dislocations etc.  So, how can regular physical activity reduce your pain and improve your quality of life?  Download the following leaflet to read more.


Build Activity Into Your Everyday Life


Golf: The Most Dangerous Sport?


The PGA may not look like it has much in common with professional rugby - but you may be surprised to learn that golfers are actually injured more often than rugby players.


It’s true.

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