Achilles Tendon Injury

Achilles Tendon Injury

Foot Pain is a challenging for all health care professionals and one of the common causes can be achilles tendon.  A good assessment of Foot Pain is essential part of knowledge, and as an achilles tendon injury is common every foot pain assessment will include checking for achilles tendon pain     Limping Severe Achilles ... Read More
 
Sports Massage  and Muscle Recovery  Congratulations for winning the Europeans for the 3rd time

Sports Massage and Muscle Recovery Congratulations for winning the Europeans for the 3rd time

Sports Massage  and muscle recovery from streuous or repetitive activities as Osteopaths are trained from their first day in the skills of hands of palpation apart of case history clinical assessment diagnosis and communication with health care professionals Sports massage is hard work and normally one uses hands and elbows. Over the years there is ... Read More
 
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
 
Shoulder Pain  Rotator Cuff Tears  To Operate or  not ?by Dr Lennark Funk Msc, FRCS (Tr & Orth)

Shoulder Pain Rotator Cuff Tears To Operate or not ?by Dr Lennark Funk Msc, FRCS (Tr & Orth)

Shoulder pain and the challenges of diagnosis of Shoulder Pain and Rotator Cuff Tears  both the clinical examination differential diagnosis case history  age of the patient  Operate or not is  challenging and complex due to ongoing research by well-known specialist  shoulder specialists    Dr Lennard Funk Msc, FRCS (Tr & Orth)  Dr Funk latest discussion presentation ... Read More
 
Anterior Knee Pain  with Advice on Exercises

Anterior Knee Pain with Advice on Exercises

Anterior knee pain or Patellofemoral Pain Or runners knee Is a very common condition and there are often other structures around the knee that is irritated to make the diagnostic process more complex, such as the iliotibial band.There are also many other names anterior knee pain  but it is related to the fact that the two joint ... Read More
 
Elbow Pain Tennis Elbow and Shockwave Therapy

Elbow Pain Tennis Elbow and Shockwave Therapy

Elbow Pain  is becoming increasing common due to our use of computers and smart phones.  Shockwave Therapy as you can read from Helen has an excellent record of attending plenty of Conferences  more papers are coming out most physiotherapists and osteopaths will all have shockwave therapy as part of their treatment and exercise plans   ... Read More
 
Low Back Pain with Exercises

Low Back Pain with Exercises

Low back pain with Exercises is one of the highest search terms on Google.   Your exercises depends on your lower back examination which includes your posture, gait (walking) active movements which should include the Stork Test for suspect Pars Stress Fractures , Lumbar joint Facet mechanical inflammations  Slump test, Myotomes which is your strength ... Read More
 
Marathon Running can cause frustrating Sports Injuries

Marathon Running can cause frustrating Sports Injuries

    Helen has enrolled for further learning on Running Repairs Online course. The course is a pathway for great assessment and treatment of running injuries, incorporating the latest evidence, practical demonstrations of assessment tests, treatment techniques, exercises and exercise progressions.                             ... Read More