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T-Shirts Now Available!

We’re now pleased to announce we are now selling our very own branded t-shirts! These are available in a variety of designs as seen below. We are in partnership with […] Read more

Why You’re Better Off Visiting a Sports Therapist Instead of Your GP

You’ve just finished your run or a gym session, and soon after you feel a sharp pain around your knee. You rest for a day and pop a few ibuprofens […] Read more

Pain Outside of the Knee – Iliotibial Band Friction Syndrome

Pain outside of the knee tends to be easier to diagnose due to less tissue having influence on the lateral side of the knee. However, one of the more important […] Read more

Best 8 Exercises for Arthritic Knees

If you’re reading this I can assume that you’re here because you’re suffering or know someone suffering with (osteo)arthritis and are looking form of pain relief and treatment. So I’d […] Read more

5 Common Causes of Swelling at the Knee…

Knee swelling is a common issue that can be caused by a number injuries or conditions. Within this blog I’ll be discussing the 5 common causes of knee swelling. I’ll […] Read more

Best Exercises to Prevent ACL Injury

When considering the best exercises to prevent ACL injury, it’s always important to understand the mechanism of the injury so that you can strengthen the areas that are susceptible to break […] Read more

Nutrition to Improve Joint Health

Before getting started it’s worth noting that good nutrition can be used to reduce joint pain and improve joint health on two fronts: 1) Weight loss to reduce loading on […] Read more

Knee Pain in Children – Osgood Schlatter Disease

Knee pain in children is usually occurs during periods of rapid growth and puberty. One of the most common problems that cause knee pain in children is a condition called […] Read more

Hamstring Strain

Hamstring strains are common injuries in many popular sports, including football, rugby, track and field, and hockey. In football, hamstring strains make up 12% of all injuries, with an incidence […] Read more

Calf (Gastrocnemius) Strain

A calf (gastrocnemius) strain occurs typically when a sports person attempts to accelerate by extending the knee from a stationary position with the ankle in dorsiflexion, or when lunging forward, […] Read more

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