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Lower Limb Tendon Pain – What Not To Do

Lower Limb Tendon Pain – What Not To Do

We love a good Infographic here at goPhysio, and recently came across this great one from @YLMSportsScience – 10 Things NOT To Do If You Have Lower Limb Tendon Pain. Tendon pain in the lower limb, aka tendinopathy, tnodionitis, tendonopathies……like...
Why youngsters should play multiple sports

Why youngsters should play multiple sports

With the end of season finally upon us for many of our most popular kids sports, we’re seeing a huge spike in the number of youngsters we’re seeing in the clinic with injuries. Unfortunately, many of the most common growth related injuries (Severs, Osgoods...
Overuse Injuries Causes & Treatment

Overuse Injuries Causes & Treatment

What is an overuse injury? An overuse injury is normally a long standing or chronic injury that gradually occurs over a period of time, rather than a sudden, acute traumatic injury. Repetitive minor or micro trauma to a muscle, joint, ligament or tendon such as a...
Principles To Managing Running Injuries

Principles To Managing Running Injuries

This is a great infographic, summarising the key principles that play a part in running injuries, from Physio Edge.   What is load tolerance? In running terms, a load can be defined as a demand placed upon your body – so this can be training intensity,...
Why do I have tennis elbow I’ve never played tennis?

Why do I have tennis elbow I’ve never played tennis?

It’s a question we hear a lot at goPhysio! The term ‘tennis elbow’ is the commonly used (and much easier to pronounce) name to describe what’s actually known in the medical world as ‘lateral epicondylalgia’ or ‘lateral epicondylitis’, meaning ‘pain...
Achilles Tendon Injuries

Achilles Tendon Injuries

What is Achilles Tendinopathy? Achilles tendinopathy refers to any problems with the Achilles tendon, the part of your body that connects the calf muscle to your foot via your heel bone. The ‘-opathy’ part refers to a disorder of the tendon and is used as an umbrella...