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  • Knee Pain

    Knee Pain

    Knee pain is a common complaint that we see at our clinic. This can affect people of all ages in different ways. It is usually described as pain or discomfort around the knee joint.

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  • Why a warm up is important?

    Why a warm up is important?

    A warm up is a session that you do before a workout to prepare your muscles, heart and lungs. This will usually consist of some stretches and low intensity cardio work. People should aim to warm up for between 10-20 minutes.

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  • Meniscal Tear

    Meniscal Tear

    A meniscal tear is a very common knee injury, but what is a meniscus? At the end of your thigh bone, at the knee joint are two c-shaped discs made of a rubber-like material which mainly act as shock absorbers of the knee joint – each one of these is called a meniscus.

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  • Maintaining Joint Mobility After 60

    Maintaining Joint Mobility After 60

    Maintaining good joint mobility is essential for getting the most out of life as you approach your 60’s and beyond. Annoyingly as we get older aches and pains in our joint become part of life. Around 50% of people of people over the age of 65..

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  • Knee Replacement

    Knee Replacement

    Knee replacement surgery can be performed on people of all ages but the best results have been shown in people over the age of 60; however. During the procedure the damaged, worn or diseased knee joint is removed and replaced with an artificial joint.

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  • Knee Arthritis

    Knee Arthritis

    There are many types of arthritis. The most common types of knee arthritis are osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. Knee arthritis can be due to aging or an injury; symptoms of arthritis may not become apparent for several years after the injury.

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  • How To Prevent Injury While Exercising

    How To Prevent Injury While Exercising

    Everyone knows that exercise is essential to having a healthy body that includes your organs and your joints. Whether you are new to exercise or have been doing it for years, it is still important to ensure that you know what you are doing so that you can avoid injuring yourself while exercising.

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  • Hip Replacement

    Hip Replacement

    A hip replacement is a surgical procedure that involves removing a damaged or worn hip joint and replacing it with an artificial joint. People over the age of 60 are more likely to need a hip replacement, however this can be required at any age.

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  • Hip Osteoarthritis

    Hip Osteoarthritis

    Hip osteoarthritis is one of the most common causes for pain in the hip. It is a degenerative disease, meaning that it is likely to worsen over time and is affected by your age. Arthritis can occur in almost any joint in the body, for this blog we will be looking at hip arthritis.

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  • ACL Reconstruction

    ACL Reconstruction

    An ACL reconstruction is performed to repair the ACL, which is short for anterior cruciate ligament. Running diagonally across the knee, the ACL primarily provides stability to the knee and avoids the knee over extending backwards or forwards.

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