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goPhysio Joint Focus: Knee Pain in Adults

The knee is the largest joint in the body. It is extremely mobile yet highly stable, allowing us to walk, jump and run. It relies on both the stability of the pelvis above and the foot below for peak performance. If these become impaired, it’s ability to be...

Mechanism of Injury – How can a physio help?

Anyone who watched lasts nights Euro’s 2016 Final would have seen that Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo had to be stretchered off following an earlier knee injury. When you come for a physiotherapy assessment having suffered an injury, you’ll find the...

Female Footballers & ACL Injuries

I read an interesting article this week on the BBC Sport website that highlighted the high levels of anterior cruciate ligament injuries in women’s football. This season alone, there have been 9 ACL injuries – all resulting in a long period out injured. For Rachel...