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KNEE INJURIES: WHAT ARE THE LONG TERM OUTCOMES?

Physiotherapists at The Injury Clinic can educate you on the long term implications for your knee and help you decide on the form of...

DECISION MAKING AFTER ACL INJURY: SURGERY VS NON-OPERATIVE

Surgery and non-operative management following an ACL injury are both suitable options, and the decision depends on a variety of individual factors. Discuss your...

RESTORING STRENGTH AFTER ACL RECONSTRUCTION

A well constructed strength and conditioning program can significantly help with the return to sport post ACL reconstruction. The physios and S&C coach at...

FACTS & MYTHS: KNEE SERIES

This month we have busted some myths focusing on knee injuries and long term joint health! For more information, consult with your physiotherapist.

DIASTASIS RECTUS ABDOMINIS

At The Injury Clinic, physiotherapists are frequently asked about abdominal separation by post partum women. This blog dispels some myths and misconceptions about diastasis...

EXERCISE DURING PREGNANCY (PART 2)

In most cases it is safe to exercise during pregnancy, however not many women do because they are unsure or afraid. ...

EXERCISE DURING PREGNANCY (PART 1)

While it has been established that in most cases it is safe to exercise during pregnancy, fewer than 15% of pregnant women are achieving...

POST PARTUM RETURN TO EXERCISE

Returning to exercise post partum is an exciting but scary thought. Physiotherapists at The Injury Clinic can help post partum women return to exercise...

HIP FUNCTION & PATELLOFEMORAL PAIN

There is a significant correlation between knee pain and the strength and function of your hips. Find out how your Physiotherapists and...

PATELLOFEMORAL PAIN – TREATMENT & CONTRIBUTING FACTORS

There are many possible contributing factors to the development of PFP and treatment is managed by physiotherapists to keep it specific to the individual.

EXERCISE FOR PATELLOFEMORAL PAIN

The Injury Clinic Physiotherapists and Strength Coach can work with you to establish appropriate exercises for your individual situation.

HIP STRENGTH CAPACITY & PATELLOFEMORAL PAIN

The Injury Clinic Physiotherapists explain how hip strength capacity can help manage patellofemoral pain.