Shin splints refers to shin pain, most commonly with exercise, and can be due to bone, muscle/tendon or vascular issues. It covers a number of… Read More »Shin Splints – more than just shin soreness
Exercise-induced calf cramping occurs primarily due to neuromuscular fatigue. Nocturnal leg cramps, leg cramps at night, can also occur due to fatigue but can also… Read More »Calf cramping – how to prevent & relieve cramps
A hip labral tear can cause sharp pain or catching pain in the front of the hip or groin as well as a lingering ache… Read More »Hip labral tear – clear diagnosis & treatment
Knee osteoarthritis (OA) is a pain and stiffness of the knee joint caused by degeneration of joint cartilage It is classified from grade 1 to… Read More »Knee osteoarthritis – don’t give up your sport!
Sacral stress fractures cause a diffuse constant pain in the buttock with occasional sharp pains on loading The injury accrues over several weeks or months… Read More »Sacral stress fracture: tips to speed up recovery
Ankle sprains occur after a rapid and uncontrolled “roll” of the ankle Swelling and/or bruising indicates structural damage, usually involving a ligament or bone The… Read More »Ankle sprain – the quick fix for your rolled ankle
Black toenails from running is one of the more common issues amongst distance runners. It’s also one of the most misinterpreted! Black toenails will usually… Read More »Why do I get black toenails from running?
Bone stress reaction causes a dull, usually prolonged, ache around the injury site A bone stress reaction can occur due to impact loading or connective… Read More »Bone stress reaction – what, why and how to fix it
Talar dome lesion refers to an injury to the surface of the bone in the ankle joint, the Talus. It’s a sneaky injury that can… Read More »Talar dome lesion – a complication of ankle sprain