Knee Physiotherapy

Patellofemoral Pain Treatment

Patellofemoral Pain Treatment Patellofemoral pain, also known as kneecap pain or runner’s knee, affects up to 25% of the general population every year. Women are two times more likely than men to experience patellofemoral pain. What are the symptoms of patellofemoral pain? In many cases, symptoms of patellofemoral pain will develop gradually, and may worsen with [...]

2021-07-30T14:50:04+10:00August 2nd, 2021|Knee, Sports Focus Physio Therapy Blog|

ACL Injury Recovery

ACL Injury Recovery ACL injuries are something we see often among athletes. It commonly occurs amongst football, rugby and tennis players. After sustaining this kind of injury, you might be keen to get back on the field as soon as possible, but it’s crucial that you follow a step by step ACL rehabilitation program in [...]

2020-12-09T11:26:57+10:00August 6th, 2020|Knee, Sports Focus Physio Therapy Blog, Sports Physiotherapy|

Treating Knee or Hip Osteoarthritis

Treating Knee or Hip Osteoarthritis We all know of someone with knee or hip osteoarthritis. It’s frightening how many times we hear that surgery is the answer to this disease, because surgery is not the first line of treatment you should seek for knee or hip osteoarthritis. Instead, working with a physiotherapist on pain management [...]

Knee Pain Physiotherapy

Knee Pain Physiotherapy Our knees work hard. And a lot of the time, we don’t realise just how hard they work until they become injured. When you have pain in the knee, exercise is probably the last thing on you mind. But exercise along with physiotherapy treatments can help you recover faster and more effectively. [...]

2020-12-09T11:26:57+10:00March 23rd, 2020|General Physiotherapy, Knee, Sports Focus Physio Therapy Blog|

Types of Rugby Injuries

Types of Rugby Injuries Rugby is a popular sport in Australia. It requires a high level of agility, endurance and speed. And since it’s also a contact sport, there is a great potential for head injuries, overuse injuries and trauma injuries. It is important that you know how to prevent these types of rugby injuries, [...]

2022-02-15T19:38:44+10:00May 31st, 2019|Knee, Sports Focus Physio Therapy Blog, Sports Physiotherapy|

Growing Pains – Part 1

Growing Pains - Part 1 The term osteochondrosis is used to describe a group of disorders that affect children and young adolescents with an immature skeleton. It results from abnormal development, injury, or overuse of the” growth plate” and surrounding ossification centres. (centres where bone matures) Symptoms generally appear between 10 and 14 years [...]

2020-12-09T11:22:10+10:00February 28th, 2017|General Physiotherapy, Knee, Sports Focus Physio Therapy Blog|
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