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ITB Syndrome

Iliotibial Band Syndrome, or ITB syndrome, is the most common cause of outer knee pain in the endurance-based athlete. In runners, it is estimated this condition will occur in 5-14% of the population, and in cyclists, ITB syndrome accounts for 15-24% of all injuries.

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Leg Length Discrepancy

Leg length discrepancy is when there is a noticeable difference between the lengths of a pair of limbs, that is, one leg is shorter than the other. This has the potential to alter the way we load through the joints of the knee, hips, and low back.

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Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar Fasciitis is the most common cause of heel pain seen in the community, affecting around 10% of the general population.

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10 Facts about Forefoot pain (a.k.a. Metatarsalgia)

Learn more about forefoot pain, also known as metatarsalgia - what are the two main types, what causes it and what can be done to treat it.

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The Bone Stress Continuum

Bone stress injuries represent a progression of injuries that occur when the bones become overloaded from repetitive micro-trauma.

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Hoffa’s Fat Pad Syndrome

Fat pads are collections of closely packed fat cells encapsulated by a layer of fibrous tissue. They are quite vulnerable to injury and pain.

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