Injury diagnosis and management information you can trust
All of our information is written by qualified and experienced Sports Physiotherapists and coaches.
We spend every day with athletes of all levels so we can offer practical, proven tips for each injury.
We love getting messages like this:
“I have had horrible sacrotuberous ligament pain for 2 months now. After going to ortho and PT, no improvement at all. Just made it worse. After reading your page which told me to start doing the bulgarian squats, in just 2 days I have complete relief. Thank you and God bless you. I am literally in tears writing this I am so happy.”
Sam W, Florida USA (Facebook messenger, 30th Dec 2021)
Our experienced Physiotherapy team knows which running shoes can help different injuries. So we’ve put together a list of our Physiotherapists’ recommendation for the best running shoes for specific issues, like wide feet, foot and ankle pain, and more.
It can be a frustrating challenge to find the best Women's running shoes for wide feet! You can search for the perfect running shoe for your needs...but it doesn't come ...Read More
Our Physiotherapy team and running coaches cover a huge range of topics, from injury diagnosis & management and returning to running and performance training.
"Should I run with calf pain?" - this is one of the more common questions we get from runners in our physiotherapy clinic. The question ...Read More
If you're experiencing deep hip pain, you know just how frustrating it can be! Trying to find a diagnosis feels like finding a needle in ...Read More
The Sacrotuberous ligament is a complex structure deep in the buttock. It runs obliquely from your Ischial tuberosity (aka. your sit bone) to the Sacrum, ...Read More
Lower back pain is one of the most prevalent medical conditions. It affecting around 80% of the population. The best way to fix lower back ...Read More
If you're looking to design your own strength program, you obviously appreciate having a plan in the gym. It might be a DIY program, one ...Read More
It seems like every gym session involves a classic static hamstrings stretch - a straight knee, a flexed hip and pulling the foot back. Is ...Read More
Hip osteoarthritis (often referred to as "hip OA") describes a long, very gradual process that affects the osteochondral (hard) cartilage of the hip joint. Signs ...Read More
The typical scenario for a sharp pain at the inner thigh or groin area goes like this: Arrived late to the gameDidn't warm up properly ...Read More
If you're looking up "ACL knee injury symptoms", then chances are you're worried about the dreaded ACL knee injury. So what is an ACL, how ...Read More
Groin pain treatment can be a slow and tedious process. It needs to focus on the underlying cause of the groin pain. But the cause ...Read More
As a Sports Physiotherapist, I design plenty of exercise programs for patients. They have specific goals that usually link to the cause of the current ...Read More
As soon as runners feel that frustrating knee pain, the brain automatically asks "can I run with IT band injury?" It doesn't feel like the ...Read More