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Knee Pain

Knee Pain

Common causes of knee pain are well described on our NHS website as you can see from the knee assessment chart  a knee pain is more challenging to assess and treat.  It is because knees can be highly sensitive to pain and slow careful exercises which do not irritate damaged cartilage, joints or other soft ... Read More
 
Knee Pain  common cause can be  Osteoarthritis

Knee Pain common cause can be Osteoarthritis

Knee pain  common and osteoarthritis is one of the most common causes of knee pain in the adult population.  The knee is particularly affected with wear and tear or osteoarthritis as it is a fully weight-bearing lower limb joint.  Exercise is part of knee management after an operation, after an injection after an injury and of ... Read More
 
Neuromotor stimulation can be used as part of rehabilitation and weakened muscle

Neuromotor stimulation can be used as part of rehabilitation and weakened muscle

Shoulder injuries, knee injuries ankle injuries, shin splints, muscular cramps and spasms, gluteal   This is the future and you will see that exercise and tissue repair is much more complex and the way we approach muscular – tendon – ligaments   recovery is changing fast and technology is moving forward.  Here is a small ... Read More
 
Tendinopathy Update Course  17th May 2014  08.45 am to 17.00

Tendinopathy Update Course 17th May 2014 08.45 am to 17.00

   Tendinopathy Update Course  17th May 2014 08.45 to 17.00 Fee  £80.00 Jehan Yehia is organising this course our understanding of the pathology of tendon disease and the fact that the exercises we as clinicians has to be updated regularly.  I attended the recent SEMS Conference at Arsenal and Professor  Jill Cook and others gave ... Read More
 
Why Pain ?   Tendons can be so  painful and slow to get better    – abstracts The Three Stages of Tendon Pathology  1. Reactive  2. Tendon Dysrepair 3.Degenerative

Why Pain ? Tendons can be so painful and slow to get better – abstracts The Three Stages of Tendon Pathology 1. Reactive 2. Tendon Dysrepair 3.Degenerative

  Tendons and Tendon pain such as your achilles, patella, tennis elbow, golfer s elbow  as professional sports are demanding better understanding of tendon pathology as injuries cause enormous financial issues both to the sports organisations and athletes.   Sports such as tennis, athletics, football  where in the past  a variety of injections have been ... Read More
 
A Knee Injury from Skiing –  Patella Dislocation

A Knee Injury from Skiing - Patella Dislocation

Getting a knee injury when skiing is a rather common. A friend injuried his knee when skiing by dislocating his knee cap (patella) skiing in France. The Doctors immediately took x-rays and gave him a full leg brace. His knee was hugely swollen so taking my advice he iced it regularly for 10 minutes every hour using the free ice snow from outside. The swelling reduced and he walked carefully around with his knee brace and I gave him simple safe isometric knee exercises to try to stop the quadriceps from atrophying or wasting. He had dislocated his patella and here is Everything you Need to know about Patella Dislocation Video
 

Painful muscles ligaments, and tendons.Why are so they difficult to treat!

Chronic painful tendons and ligaments are miles more difficult for any practitioners would dare to admit. They frustrating refuse to heal and require immense hours of committed , dedicated , cherishing , care and comforting! Professor Hakan Alfredson has been lecturing throughout the world, with endless research so I am off to Arsenal to find out what new treatment methods have been considered for chronic painful achilles tendons.
 

Knee Pain

Frontal Knee Pain is one of the most commonest conditions I see as an Osteopath here in Edinburgh. This is the pain you feel when you walk up and down stairs and you think it is going to improve but niggles and niggles on.