Biokineticist Andries Lodder
Biokinetics to get you on top, in front or just back on your feet.
Andries Lodder Biokineticist Bryanston & Killarney Biokineticist practice details
By Nicole Harran As we age, the strength in our arms decreases at a rapid rate. This is due to the increasing disuse of our upper bodies. The lower body is used more often for activities such as: walkingstanding from a seated positionclimbing stairs balancing To keep our independence with activities of daily living, building […]
By Jennifer Steele How do we develop strong, powerful hamstring muscles? In our every day lives we spend way too much time sitting. In a seated position the hamstring muscles become weaker. We spend well over half the day in this position and so numerous people regardless of how active they are suffering from weak […]
By Fathima Jeewa The one aspect we commonly hear as athletes and trainers is “have a strong core or core stability”, but what do the “core” muscles consist of and why is it an important component in rehabilitation and sports. Core stability relates to the bodily region bounded by the abdominal wall, the pelvis, the […]
By Nicole Harran Have you ever struggled with hip pain and not known who to turn to or what to do? The prevalence of hip pain is increasing at a steady rate due to a variety of factors (posture, obesity, sedentary lifestyle and various others). Snapping hip syndrome is one possible reason for hip pain, […]
By Jennifer Steele Are you suffering from pain on the outside of your foot while running, walking or jumping? If the pain is directly behind the little bone that sicks out on the outside of your ankle, then you could have Peroneal Tendonopathy. Peroneal Tendonopathy occurs when the Peroneal Tendons become inflamed. This can be […]