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The Significance of Patellar Ligaments in Knee Injuries

The Significance of Patellar Ligaments in Knee Injuries

  Knee pain is certainly common and even more so as we get older, most especially for those who do a lot of sport involving jumping and running. It doesn't take...
Cupping Therapy for ITB: Dr Joi Edwards DPT

Cupping Therapy for ITB: Dr Joi Edwards DPT

Cupping in Sports Therapy: The Ancient Remedy's Modern Comeback The image of an athlete, their skin speckled with circular marks, has become familiar in recent years. While for some it's...
Treating Knee Pain

Treating Knee Pain

  Knee Cartilage Anatomy          Lateral Knee Pain - Massage and Trigger Point Release   Trigger points are associated with almost all types of knee pain and...
Runner's Knee | Trigger Points | Quadriceps

Runner's Knee | Trigger Points | Quadriceps

    Runner's Knee Considerations - Stuart Hinds    Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (Runner's Knee) is often associated with trigger points in the quadriceps muscles Pain in the patella (kneecap), especially...
Runners Knee - Overview and Considerations

Runners Knee - Overview and Considerations

  What is Runner’s Knee? Runner’s Knee can refer to a number of injuries resulting from overuse,causing pain around the knee cap (patella). Patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS) is the most...
Knee Pain - Don't Forget Popliteus

Knee Pain - Don't Forget Popliteus

  Popliteus - Trigger Point Anatomy Overview and Runner's Knee   Trigger points in the popliteus are often associated with knee pain, and too often overlooked The tendon from the...
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