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Sever’s disease...
Sever’s disease is a common cause of heel pain, particularly in the...
Sever’s disease is a common cause of heel pain, particularly in the young and physically active. It usually develops just before puberty. Boys are slightly more prone to this condition than girls.Physiotherapy can help manage the symptoms of Sever’s disease so that the young person can...
07/04/2016
Ankle Sprain Symptoms – What to Expect...
Unsure what to expect with ankle sprain symptoms? Ankle sprain symptoms will vary...
Unsure what to expect with ankle sprain symptoms? Ankle sprain symptoms will vary depending on the severity of the sprain and how much soft tissue damage has been done, but your ankle may present with the following…Swelling: this can vary from a small amount to a...
31/03/2016
Calf Injuries from Sports...
Calf injuries from sports are common.  Especially when power in acceleration or...
Calf injuries from sports are common.  Especially when power in acceleration or deceleration are required by the group of lower limb muscles.  What we refer to as the calf muscle actually consists of three separate muscles. That’s the gastrocnemius, the soleus and the plantaris muscles.The...
29/03/2016
Should You Walk on a Sprained Ankle?...
Should you walk on a sprained ankle? The latest research about returning...
Should you walk on a sprained ankle? The latest research about returning to sport after a sprained ankle. Back in the day, the acute management of sprained ankle was to walk it off. People don’t tend to realise how bad an ankle sprain can be. Often...
26/03/2016
Sports and Biomechanics...
Biomechanics is the study of the movement of living things. It describes the...
Biomechanics is the study of the movement of living things. It describes the way that the body moves and the forces that are placed upon the various parts of the body; especially the bones, muscles, and tendons. Sports and biomechanics are often intertwined as with most...
21/03/2016