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Achilles Tendinopathy

Injury caused by repetitive contraction with excessive force. This can lead to repetitive tears in the tendon, or in the worst case, cause a complete rupture of the Achilles tendon. In both cases the lack of flexibility and length of the calf muscles can put you at danger of injury to the Achilles tendon.
2017-09-03/by Renier Cilliers

Shin Splints

Shin Splints is commonly referred a traction periostitis of the Tibia (Shin bone). Shin pain could be far worse problem like a Tibia Stress fracture. Shin pain can also be caused by an Anterior Compartment Syndrome.
2017-08-19/by Renier Cilliers

Quadriceps muscle strain tear

A Quadriceps muscle stain is a tear of one of the four thigh muscles. Pulling feeling over the quads or a sharp sting as if someone shot you in the front of the thigh. Quad muscle strain: Vastus Medialis, Vastus Lateralis, Vastus Intermedius, Rectus Femoris muscle. Hence the phrase 'pulled quad'.
2017-08-19/by Renier Cilliers

Knee Tendinitis (Tendonitis/ Tendinopathy)

Knee Tendinitis (also called tendonitis and Tendinopathy) is an inflammation or irritation of a tendon, a cable that attaches bone to muscle. Difference between types of knee tendon injuries, Which scans and tests are necessary. Physiotherapist treatment program and expected recovery time.
2017-08-19/by Renier Cilliers

Hamstring Muscle Tear or Pull

Hamstring Muscle Tear types, treatment, how and where the hamstring tears or pull. 1st to 3rd degree hamstring tears. Torn your hamstring muscles?
2017-08-19/by Renier Cilliers

Ankle sprain

Torn ankle ligaments can be quite painful to walk on. We explain in depth Lateral Ankle Sprain, Cracks in the ankle bones, Degree of Ankle ligament tears, Stages of Physiotherapy treatment and when Surgery is necessary. We are the Ankle Experts.
2017-08-19/by Renier Cilliers

Hamstring Tendinitis

A Hamstring tendinitis is a condition where one of the 3 hamstring tendons are inflamed due to constant irritation form repetitive overload on the tendon. Semitendinosus, Semimembranosus, Bicep femoris tendonitis: Causes, Symptoms, Self-test
2017-08-19/by Renier Cilliers

Hip Bursitis

The hip joint is a complex structure that can cause hip pain, including Labrum tear, Trochanteric bursitis, Osteitis Pubis, Adductor muscles attaching onto the hip and pelvis.
2017-08-19/by Renier Cilliers

Iliotibial band (ITB syndrome)

Overuse of this ITB tendon can cause iliotibial band syndrome. The iliotibial band becomes painful at the outside of the thigh and knee, due to friction. ITB Syndrome causes, bio-mechanics, symptoms, Physiotherapist treatment program.
2017-08-19/by Renier Cilliers

Lumbar Disc Bulge or Hernia

Lower back Disc Bulge, Herniated or Slipped Disc. Know the difference between the types of slipped discs. A physio perspective on the signs, symptoms, causes. What to do and what NOT to do.
2017-08-18/by Renier Cilliers

Lower Back

Causes of Lower back pain treatment: muscle, joint, nerve, disc, tendon. Physiotherapist look at the symptoms, types of pain. Some lower back pain causes you need to know. When scans are necessary and how to prevent lower back injuries.
2017-08-18/by Renier Cilliers

Back muscle spasm

Back muscle spasms is your warning that sign of a deeper, more complex problem. Your body is taking the first steps to protect itself. A physiotherapist can guide you to understand where the back muscle spasm are coming from.
2017-08-18/by Renier Cilliers

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