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Heel Pain and Plantar Fasciitis

WHAT DOES CHRONIC PLANTAR HEEL PAIN FEEL LIKE You notice a dull ache in front and slightly to the inside of your heel which is normally worse in the morning. Is this you? 

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Hamstring Strains

The re-injure rate for hamstring injuries is between 12–31%. Use our guide to reduce that risk by 80%

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Ankle Sprain Rehabilitation


The very common ankle sprain can be more complex than you think and requires proper management to ensure a full recovery. These guides outline what you should do immediately after you sprain your ankle and in the longer term rehabilitation of the injury. 

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Exercises for the Neck, Shoulders and Trunk

Due to our increasingly inactive and deskbound lifestyles resulting from our growing use of computers and labour saving devices such as cars, the incidence of postural problems has risen dramatically. Avoid pain through bad postural habits with our handy guide. 

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Osteoarthritis of the Knee

The leaflet includes an overview of the disease, along with specific strengthening and stretching exercises

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Achilles Tendinopathy

Achilles tendonosis is a condition that affects the lower part of your Achilles tendon which connects your calf muscle to your heel. Achilles tendonosis (which may also be referred to as Achilles tendinopathy) involves degeneration of the tendon. The symptoms may include a gradual onset of pain during and after exercise over the tendon, stiffness in the morning and pain when you do a heel raise.

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Groin Strain

As there are more than 22 muscles on each side of the pelvis along with their associated tendons, the term 'groin injury' is often used as a general description of injury to one of these structures. There are also overlying stomach muscles (not shown) which add further pulling forces to the pelvis.

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Patellar Tendon Pain

Patellar tendon pain, commonly also referred to a patellar tendinopathy, patellar tendonosis or patellar tendonitis occurs because your patellar tendon becomes overstressed.

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