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  • Shoulder instability

    The shoulder is structured as a ball and socket joint, where the humeral head sits in the glenoid fossa. It’s kept in place by several ligaments and muscles which provide stability and mobility to the joint.

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  • Acute wry neck

    An acute wry neck is also known as a torticollis. It presents as a sudden and severe onset of one sided neck pain. It is characterised by the neck being ‘stuck’ in a position and very restricted range of movement.

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  • Lateral Epicondylalgia

    Lateral epicondylalgia aka ‘tennis elbow’ is a common overuse injury of the elbow. Approximately 40% of people will experience lateral epicondylalgia symptoms in their life

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  • Groin pain in athletes and everyday people

    Groin pain is a common complaint in athletes (professional and recreational), young children and the everyday population.

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  • Osgood Schlatter’s – the facts!

    Kids these days are playing more and more sport and naturally there will be an increase in adolescent injuries. One of the more common adolescent condition is an overuse condition of the knee in young athletes. This is called Osgood Schlatter’s. It usually affects boy aged 11-15 and girls aged 8-13. It has a higher incidence of occurring in sports that require high level of impact and running. It is a apophysitis (normal bony outgrowth, the site of a tendon or ligament attachment) of the tibial tuberosity.

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