You have sprained your ankle, assuming you have just torn some ligaments. But there’s so much more that can go wrong and delay your recovery.… Read More »Why is my sprained ankle not getting better?
Most hamstrings tears occur in the mid belly of the muscle, about halfway between the hip and knee Muscle tears occur suddenly but it’s not… Read More »Hamstrings tear – a diagnosis to complete recovery
Hip OA can be present from 30 years of age, although it doesn’t tend to be symptomatic until age 40-50 years Early symptoms include stiffness… Read More »Hip osteoarthritis – exercises for pain relief
A tear in the knee‘s meniscus causes localised pain and usually some swelling Pain is often sharp or catching with a residual ache The most… Read More »Meniscus tear – exercises to avoid surgery
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 »Hip FAI – top 3 best ways for fast pain relief
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 »Tibial stress fracture – fast track your return!
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 »Hamstrings tendinopathy – frustrating but fixable
Retrocalcaneal bursitis is an inflammatory condition of the bursa (pad) between the Achilles tendon and the heel bone Pain is worse while walking uphill and… Read More »Retrocalcaneal bursitis – the cause of heel pain