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ACL Reconstruction

The Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) is one of four ligaments that keep your knee joint stable. It can become damaged during sports that involve twisting at speed such as Skiing, Football, Netball and Ultimate Frisbee. (One of my clients tore hers’ playing this!) Sometimes the injured athlete is able to stabilize their knee without the …

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Swimmers Shoulder

Just as Runners are prone to knee and foot overuse injuries, Swimmers often experience pain in the shoulders. “Swimmers Shoulder” is an umbrella term that can be attributed to any pain in the shoulder area that is not caused by direct trauma. Swimming puts your shoulder joint through a huge range of motion. This has …

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Groin Strain

A strain in the Adductor muscles of the inner thigh is often called a “Groin Strain”. This type of injury is most common in sports that involve sharp increases in speed or change in direction such as Football, Ice Hockey, Gymnastics and Figure Skating. The main symptom of a groin strain is sudden, sharp pain …

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Runners Knee

Runners Knee

Runners knee is the common name for Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome which causes pain around and behind the knee cap. It is one of the most common overuse injuries in people who run, hence the name. Patellofemoral pain is most often a result of abnormal mechanics forcing the Patella (knee cap) to bump against the Femur …

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Frozen Shoulder

Frozen Shoulder

Frozen shoulder (Adhesive Capsulitis) is a condition where pain and stiffness develop in the joint to such an extent that the patient finds it difficult to move their arm. This pain and stiffness usually starts gradually, worsens over time and often resolves itself. However, this can take many months. The bones, ligaments and tendons that …

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Tennis Elbow

Tennis Elbow

Tennis elbow or lateral epicondylitis is a condition that produces pain on the outside of the elbow and upper forearm. It is particularly noticeable when bending your arm, gripping small objects or twisting your wrist. It is an overuse injury caused by straining the muscles and tendons of your forearm. As the name suggests, Tennis …

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