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.
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“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.
It seems to be the question on the tip of everyone's lips: should I take an anti-inflammatory? It might be a freshly sprained ankle, a ...Read More
It's one of the most common questions we get asked in the clinic: "why does my hip click?" It's often described as a weird snapping ...Read More
It's one of the most common observations from well-meaning friends, work colleagues and parents: "your posture is terrible" or "you need to sit up straight" ...Read More
Before you dive into part 2 of our Return to Running Protocol, we've set out the rules and guidelines for our Return to running program ...Read More
Are you getting super frustrated, wondering why your ankle sprain is not getting better? When you sprain your ankle, we often assume that you've just ...Read More
Most hamstrings tears occur in the mid belly of the muscle, about halfway between the hip and kneeMuscle tears occur suddenly but it's not uncommon ...Read More
A meniscus tear is one of the most common injuries for knees, and for good reason. It's prone to degeneration, it's a soft fleshy material ...Read More
If you're searching for "injury testing", chances are that you've missed games for weeks (or months) with an injury and you just want to get ...Read More
Femoroacetabular impingement, or "FAI", causes a sharp pain in the hip, most commonly in the front of the hip or groin. It can come on ...Read More
A tibial stress fracture cause a strong persistent pain in the shin or deep calf and can also generate sharp pain with rapid loading. They ...Read More
Hamstrings tendinopathy most commonly affects the upper hamstrings tendon (known as "Proximal Hamstrings tendinopathy") just below the Ischial Tuberosity (aka. the "sit bone"). The hamstrings, ...Read More
Retrocalcaneal bursitis is an inflammatory condition of the bursa (pad) between the Achilles tendon and the heel bonePain is worse while walking uphill and can ...Read More