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Tendinopathies. A brief.

Tendinopathies. A brief.

Tendinopathy is the umbrella term to refer to a non-rupture injury in the tendon. It develops because of repetitive overuse and loading of the tendon. Diagnostic imaging may be helpful, but cannot be used as the sole indicator to diagnose tendinopathy.

Front of knee pain. What helps and what does not.

Front of knee pain. What helps and what does not.

Approximately 1 in 4 individuals will experience patellofemoral pain. This pain does not resolve on its own, and can greatly impact one’s quality of life. What are the effective treatments available?

Ankle sprains. An updated guideline

Ankle sprains. An updated guideline

Ankle sprains are the most common foot and ankle injury when playing sports. Do you know what is important to do to prevent future sprains and reduce the occurrence of chronic ankle instability?

Ankle sprains – a quick management guide

Ankle sprains – a quick management guide

Ankle sprains are not simple. You don’t get better by resting after an ankle sprain! What should you do after an ankle sprain? Read on to find out more!

What should you do after an ankle sprain

What should you do after an ankle sprain

Ankle sprains are extremely common within the general population and the sporting community. What should you do when you experience an ankle sprain?

Can I reduce post-exercise muscle soreness?

Can I reduce post-exercise muscle soreness?

Delayed-onset muscle soreness (DOMS) typically occurs after strenuous and unaccustomed exercise and physical activity. Several theories have been proposed to explain the mechanisms underlying DOMS. Is there anything you can do to prevent it?