Common Conditions and Injuries

Common Conditions and Injuries

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Shoulder Tendonitis and Bursitis

Shoulder (rotator cuff) tendonitis or bursitis is characterised by pain in shoulder when lifting the arm out to the side of the body (abduction) in front of the body (elevation) or rotating the arm downwards when out to the side (medial rotation). Read More...


Thigh Injuries

Including quadriceps and hamstring strains, Gilmores groin, Ostitis Pubis and a “dead leg”. All are managed differently and it is important to determine the cause of the injury. Read More...


Hip Pain and Conditions

Hip pain is common problem, and it can be difficult to make an accurate diagnosis. It is important to be aware of the cause of your symptoms so that appropriate treatment can be directed. Read More...


Pelvis and Sacroiliac Joint

The Sacroiliac joint(SIJ) is an often overlooked source of lower back pain and sciatica. In fact it has been documented as being the cause of 15% of all low back pain, and contributing to a further 23%. Read More...


Knee Injuries

Knee injuries can be due to structural injuries to the ligaments or cartilage of the knee, or pain and disability resulting from faulty biomechanics. Read More...


Shin and Calf Injuries

Shin and calf injuries include shin splints and muscular injuries to the gastrocnemius, soleus and other calf musculature. Read More...


Achilles Tendinopathy

The Achilles tendon is where the calf muscle inserts onto the back of the heel. It is the strongest tendon in the body and can withstand forces up to 1000Kg. There are many different causes of which biomechanics and muscle length are most common. Read More...


Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis)

Most commonly found in but certainly not exclusive to recreational tennis players, the most famous of tennis injuries is typified by pain on the outside (lateral) aspect of the elbow often spreading down the forearm. Read More...