Ankle Sprain and Exercises Ankle Sprain Advice from NHS Assessment of your Ankle pain The Pain here is not from an Ankle sprain but Achilles Tendon Pain The Assessment of your Foot and Ankle Pain is interesting It requires Postural Standing Walking and Sitting ... Read More
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 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
Knee Pain and Exercises could fill several books and have been which, what and why is an evolving discussion about all Health Care Professsional There is a wide range of potential reasons for knee pain for all ages, here is a brief examination and list of common knee conditions and less common. Knee conditions related ... Read More
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.
It's common to have front knee pain at some stage of your life as your patella - knee cap - is in constant use as you walk up and down stairs or hills.
A properly-functioning knee cap travels up and down a small narrow groove. Sometimes, however, it gets slightly diverted, resulting in increasing soft tissue irritation which is aggravated by walking up and down stairs