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Returning to sport safely

For individuals participating in sport, it is widely understood that the volumes and intensity of training should be increased gradually over time to reduce the risk of overuse-related injuries.

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Do you experience pressure in your calves when running?

Chronic exertional compartment syndrome (CECS) is a continually misdiagnosed condition of the lower limb and calf causing pain and limitation in runners.

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Blood Flow Restriction Training

Blood Flow restriction, commonly referred to as BFR training, is a method whereby arterial inflow of the working muscles is partially restricted and venous outflow is completely obstructed to reduce the oxygen supply to the muscle.

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Posterolateral Corner of the Knee (PLC)

Does your knee feeling like its giving way or catching when you are walking? The Posterolateral Corner (PLC) of the knee is an inherently important component in both knee function and stability.

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Peroneal Tendinopathy

Peroneal tendinopathy is a condition which occurs in response to a sudden increase in load through the foot and ankle, often repetitive activities like running and dancing.

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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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