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  • Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Injury Questions - Answered

    Anterior cruciate ligament injuries can often be life changing, both in terms of work/personal life but also within sport and exercises. We cover a range of commonly asked questions including recovery times, treatment options and if surgery is for everyone.
  • 3 Exercises to Strengthen Your ACL After Injury

    The road to ACL recovery can be a long and testing one, with everyone's being different. So we've written 3 really good exercises to help you strengthen your's. The following exercises are for those with some mobility and not those in the early stages of recovery or post-operative patients.

    But don't worry if you're not at the stage where you can use them yet... bookmark this page and use them to speed up your recovery later on!!

  • Do you have Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome? Here's how to treat Runner's Knee

    Anterior knee pain, medically referred to as patellofemoral pain, presents across the front of the knee. Those with anterior knee pain can find activities such as the stairs, running, jumping, and standing up from a chair provocative. They will also dislike their knee being bent for a prolonged period of time.
  • How do you Manage Osteoarthritis of Knee? What is the Best Treatment for Arthritis?

    Osteoarthritis, or OA, is the most common cause of physical disability in older adults. It can also be described as wear and tear, or called degenerative joint disease. The knee is one of the most common joints affected by the condition.