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Ligaments are very tough structures connecting one bone to another at a joint.  Ligament sprain usually occurs with a trauma such as a sports injury or fall. Knee and ankle ligaments are frequently seen in clinic, normally as a result of a fall, twist or inversion injury.  Symptoms...

Experienced and dedicated Physiotherapist required to join our very busy friendly team. You will be experienced in a wide range of MSK conditions. Specialist treatments of sports injuries will be useful but not essential. Physiotherapists with confident skills of manipulation will be much welcomed. ...

Bursae are small, fluid filled structures that are dotted around the body and provide cushioning and protection to tendons, mostly around areas where there is a bony prominence. Sometimes there can be inflammation of a bursa which can cause pain and restricted movement and function. The most...

The achilles tendon is an extremely strong structure connecting the calf muscle to the heel of the foot. Achilles pain is quite a common issue and can occur at various points in the achilles tendon. Sometimes pain in the achilles region may not be due to the...

Luckily for us, we have hard structures like bone, cartilage, and teeth that give shape and support to our bodies.  In addition to these hard tissues, we also have several other components known as soft tissue.  These softer elements include muscle, ligaments, tendons, fat, our nerves, blood...

Knee replacements are relatively common operations to alleviate the symptoms of severe osteoarthritis of the knee joint.  During the surgery the articular surfaces of the knee joint are replaced with artificial surfaces, normally made from a metal alloy and plastic. After surgery, you will normally be in...

The terms arthritis and rheumatism often come up in consultations, and they are quite often the source of a bit of confusion.  The worst offender being rheumatism. Rheumatism is a term that has been used as a very vague diagnosis for inflammation of the muscles, joints...

Fibromyalgia is a chronic pain condition that is currently quite poorly understood. Fibromyalgia can present with a wide range of symptoms including: Widespread pain affecting many body sites. Depression Cognitive dysfunction/ memory issues (known as fibro-fog) Hypersensitivity or perceiving a non-painful stimulus as painful (allodynia). As...

Shoulder impingement is a very common condition that is frequently seen by physiotherapists. The shoulder joint is complex, with many different structures providing a very large range of movement while maintaining stability throughout range. Shoulder impingement refers to when some of these structures become pinched in the...

Every ski season physiotherapists see a lot of skiing related injuries.  Mostly knees and shoulders but also the occasional back, neck and thumbs. Ligament injuries to the knee are quite common, with the anterior cruciate ligament at particularly high risk due to the nature of skiing. Shoulder...