The onset of a calf muscle tear can vary from a sudden pop or stabbing sensation to an extreme tightness or pre-cramp feeling Visible bruising… Read More »Calf muscle tear – tips for fast return to sport
Pain from Achilles tendinopathy comes on slowly over a period of weeks and months. It often begins as a mild discomfort after a run or… Read More »Achilles tendinopathy – efficient solutions
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