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 course sports injury related injuries  Helen has attended several continual professional conferences on knee pain and over the years medical research has altered so that now knee arthroscopic surgery has been considered to be less successful that exercise therapy.  The research is no longer encouraging corticosteriodal injections and the other injection therapies such as PRP lasts only a few weeks and it expensive.  It is  rehabilitation and exercises which keep the knee pain at a level of 2 out of 10 explains expert Claire Robertson in our lecture here in Edinburgh  Helen now will use a small video clip on Hurdle so you can see how your knee bends and straightens as you walk, or maybe try to hop and a mini squat.  This helps you see how your knee can look quite uncomfortable as you climb up and go down stairs

Assessment of the patella hip and knee as even how your hips and pelvic are aligned with affect your knee pain and so your exercises has to be designed on the anatomy of your lower limb

 

 

 

Knee and PatellaFemoral Pain is common Helen has attended at the Royal Infirmary Edinburgh November 2018 this excellent course by Specialist Physiotherapist Claire Robertson who has worked with patella knee pain for over 9 years both research and with patients

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Edinburgh Osteopath Helen How has over twenty-eight years experience of treating patients at the How Osteopathic Clinic (Trinity Edinburgh). Registered Osteopath Helen combines the latest advances in osteopathy with a gentle patient-centred approach to diagnosis and treatment ensuring that osteopathic treatment at the How Clinic is suitable for a wide-range of conditions including; back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, knee conditions Helen uses Video Clips exercises educational information and outcome which is sent to your computer smartphone or iphone if you wish Treatment at the How Osteopathic Clinic is tailored to the individual and where necessary uses a combination of osteopathic techniques including, Traditional Osteopathy, Cranial Osteopathy, Electrotherapy, Vibrotherapy and Sports Remedial Massage. The holistic approach to osteopathy at the How Osteopathic Clinic, in addition to a full one hour treatment sessions, is designed to alleviate symptoms rapidly and can often significantly reduce the number of osteopathic treatments required. One of the few Osteopaths in Edinburgh and in Britain who uses the unique, gentle fleximatic vibrotherapy or shockwave therapy massage equipment combined with traditional osteopathic techniques in order to to find, feel and palpate those hard fibrotic bands of muscles which accumulate over the years of prolonged sitting, Helen has attended conferences held throughout the country; Helen has been using Shockwave Therapy for over 3 years now for Patella Tendons , Achilles Tendons Plantar Fasciitis and Tendon pain Hips, Upper Proximal Hamstring tendinopathy along with rehabilitation loading Contact Helen How, Registered Osteopath, 14 Craighall Gardens, Edinburgh EH6 4RJ To make an appointment contact Helen on 131 551 1044 or Text /Call 07889304762