Knee pain can be injury to any of the knee tissues like ligaments, muscle, tendon, meniscus, cartilage & bone. Knee injuries occur suddenly, usually by twisting or turning your knee.
The hip pain is complex & not many medical practitioners are able to pinpoint the main source of your hip pain. Put us to the challenge
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.
Causes of shoulder pain depends on the injured structure within the shoulder joint. Symptoms gives us a clue to what structure might be injured.
The symptoms of neck pain often overlap. Our Physios explain neck muscle pain & stiffness, sharp stabbing neck pain when you turn your head. To find the culprit causing the pain we have to look at the different structures in the neck: Muscle, nerve, joints
Causes of groin pain in the inner thigh and pelvis, symptoms and exercises that can prevent groin injuries. Distinguish between types of groin pain. Groin pain can come from any structure in or surrounding your inner thigh where there are numerous arteries and veins as well as large muscles like the adductor group that attaches to the pelvis. Your inner thigh pain can be caused by any of the muscles, tendons, ligaments, nerves, or joints in the groin area.
Neck muscle spasm is a symptom of either protective guarding or sustained muscle tension, that can fatigue the muscles in your neck. A Neck muscle spasm is usually an underlining cause of something else. Neck pain can be caused by a wide variety of pathology (injury to the tissue) of the different muscle layers in your neck, some more serious than other. Ask your Physio to help you understand why your neck muscles are going haywire.
Most shin pain is the result of repetitive overuse [...]
Calf pain can come from any of your thigh, [...]
A shoulder muscle strain can also be called a shoulder muscle tear or a pulled muscle. Ask our Shoulder muscle expert