The Anterior Cruciate Ligament is a ligament within the knee which helps add stability to the knee joint. Historically, reconstruction surgery was the mainstay for treatment and conservative management was rarely considered.Read More
Knee OA has been characterised as a clinical syndrome of joint pain accompanied by varying degrees of functional limitation and reduced quality of life.
Non Modifiable risk factors of development of knee OA are: Being women, previous joint injury such as a fracture and genetics. Modifiable risk factors are Obesity and Quadriceps weakness.Read More
Emma Elaine Condon is going to be presenting at the World Congress for Physiotherapy in Geneva on Sunday the 12th of May.
She will be discussing her research on the relationship between Lower Back Pain and therapist’s beliefs.Read More
New research has been written identifying the lack of evidence to support the notion that stretching is the only tool that runners have to remain injury free, pain free and aiding recovery and warming to help aid performance.
Stretching can be helpful in regaining movement after an injury but the recent evidence has shown that stretching has very little impact on injury prevention.Read More