Whether you have an existing knee injury or dread the possibility of it, there are certain guidelines that can help protect your knees or prevent injury from occurring during exercise. Knee pain is often caused by an acute injury or repetitive motions that stress the knee over time, particularly as we age. Here are five

How serious is your knee injury?

Thursday, 22 August 2013 by

You’ve injured your knee but you’re uncertain as to how serious it is. Perhaps the pain is inconsistent and only arises when performing certain tasks, or there had been swelling just yesterday and now it’s subsided. If you present symptoms of a knee injury, it may be a good idea to have a physician examine

Every weekend, during rugby season, we watch the players of our favourite team absorb powerful tackles, driving them to the ground and we wonder, “How are they able to get back up?” The reason is that they are conditioned and trained by experts in the gym, but that doesn’t mean that they don’t contract sports

Biceps Tendinitis

Tuesday, 30 July 2013 by

Biceps tendinitis, or more accurately known as tendinopathy, is an injury synonymous with sporting activities which require repetitive overhead movements such as throwing a cricket ball or swinging a tennis racquet. Symptoms can vary in terms of severity, ranging from a spasmodic popping sound or sensation in the shoulder area to a dull pain when

Types of Knee Surgeries

Tuesday, 30 July 2013 by

Consisting of 4 primary bones (femur, tibia, fibula and patella) and a myriad of smaller ligaments and muscles, the knee is complex joint making it susceptible to anterior cruciate ligament and meniscus tears and damaged medial collateral and posterior cruciate ligaments. These injuries are often sports related and are the most common reasons for visiting