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Published: 09/05/2018

Have you been feeling a pinch in the hip or top of the thigh? Is it irritated with running type movements or squats? A common cause is hip impingement which is where the joint capsule/surrounding soft tissues get compressed at the front of the hip. There are multiple factors that can contribute to hip impingement[…]

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Osteoporosis is a disease that causes the bones to become weak and fragile making them susceptible to breaking more easily Osteoporosis occurs when the bones lose minerals more quickly than the body can replace them, causing a loss of bone density. As bones become less dense something as small as a minor fall, bump, sneeze[…]

Published: 12/04/2018

So, you just trained at the gym, played a game of sport or been for a run…it’s the next day and you are trying to figure out if you just have post exercises soreness or if you have actually injured yourself. How do you differentiate between the two? And what do you do? Delayed Onset[…]

Published: 19/03/2018

Whether it be a dull ache that’s in the background, a throbbing pain behind the eyes or a pressing pain on both sides, headaches have been known as the most common complaint of civilized man, and most would rather do without! Headaches are generally infrequent and waking up everyday with a headache is not normal[…]

Published: 29/01/2018

What is Compartment Syndrome? Compartment syndrome is one of the 3 conditions under the “shin splints” umbrella – the others being Tibial Stress Reaction/Fracture and Tibialis Posterior Tendinopathy. Although it is the least common of the 3, compartment syndrome can be very debilitating. Anatomy The lower leg is made up of groups of muscles that[…]