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Patella Tendinopathy or Jumpers Knee is the most common source of pain in the front of the knee. It is generally aggravated by an increase in training or increased loading of the patella. Pain can be brought on my tasks such as climbing the stairs, jumping, squatting and even sitting for long periods of time (Rudavsky & Cook., 2014). It is a condition that is primarily seen in young and active athletes between the ages 15 – 30 who participate in sports such as football, tennis, athletics or volleyball.Read More
Lateral (outside) elbow pain, also known as ‘Tennis Elbow’, effects 1-3% of the population with the majority of cases occurring at 40-50 years old.
There are easy methods of assessing whether you have this injury and how to treat it.Read More
This blog is part two of a two-part series focused on marathon race recovery
Follow the running plan for a guide on how to return to running safely. Remember this is a guide and can vary from person to person.
If you listen to your body, it will guide you.Read More