Dale Walker is an academic, physiotherapist and lecturer at the University of Salford, Manchester.
Dale specialises in Exercise Prescription and is the module leader for “Principles of Exercise Therapy” on the undergraduate Physiotherapy course.
Dale is also public speaker and has presented nationally on the following topics:
Dale is a champion for exercise, as both a Yoga teacher and CrossFit coach he uses movement as medicine to bring balance to the nervous system.
He is also a holistic practitioner using Nutrition, Acupuncture, Pilates and Yoga to help his clients with complex health requirements.
Dale has been degree qualified in Exercise and Nutrition since 1998
Finally, Dale is a non-executive director of a charity “Positive Adventure” that helps Armed Forces Veterans deal with their transition to Civilian life/PTSD through outdoor adventure and team-work.
Dale shows us two exercises to help elleviate iliotibial band compression syndrome – the monster walk and the ice skater.
Dale takes a look at iliotibial band compression syndrome, what it is and how we can treat it.
In this video Dale looks at Emergency Myofascial release that can be done anywhere, without the need to take your boots off!
Dale looks at a quick and easy method for Myofascial release with a spoon.
Dale looks at what is Myofascial release – what it is, and what you need to do for maintenance and injury prevention.
In this video Dale looks at foot pain in relation to the plantar fascia, and what you can do to help alleviate the symptoms.
In this video we show you the basics of foot care
In this video we look at how to care for your shins
In this video we cover how to care for your ligaments
In this video we cover the fundamentals of Hip Flexor Care
In this video we cover the topic of Calf Care
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