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What is Patella Tendinopathy?

What is Patella Tendinopathy?

Pain in the front of the knee can be due to various reasons. One reason could be due to patella tendinopathy. You would usually feel pain in the knee when you jump.

Golfer’s Elbow: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

Golfer’s Elbow: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

The warm days of summer have arrived, and there’s no better time to be out on the golf course, enjoying the sunshine, swinging your clubs and trying your luck at getting a hole-in-one. Unfortunately, a common sports injury that we see during the summer months is...

Exercise recommendations for osteoporosis

Exercise recommendations for osteoporosis

Discover how exercise can strengthen bones, reduce falls, and manage osteoporosis. Get expert insights, recommendations, and benefits for an active, healthier life.

Quads strength post ACL surgery

Quads strength post ACL surgery

ACL tears and the challenges of returning to pre-injury sporting performance remain major concerns in rehabilitation. We examine the relationship between strength, performance, and knee function.

Front of knee pain. What is patellofemoral pain?

Front of knee pain. What is patellofemoral pain?

Anterior knee pain or pain in the front of the knee is a common condition that will affect most people, whether you’re active or not. It is not serious and responds very well to Physiotherapy. Find out more!

Prevent and manage running-related injuries

Prevent and manage running-related injuries

Running is a popular and easily accessible exercise with numerous health benefits. However, it also carries a high risk of knee injuries, particularly patellofemoral pain, which accounts for 17% of all running-related injuries.

What is strength?

What is strength?

Muscular strength has been defined as the ability to apply force to an external object or resistance. Strength training or resistance training is beneficial to people of all ages and fitness levels in preventing muscle mass loss associated with ageing, also known as sarcopenia.