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Medial Co-Lateral Ligament Sprains

The stability of a joint is increased by the presence of a joint capsule made up of connective tissue, thickened at points of stress to form ligaments. The ends of the ligaments attach to bone.

Category: Knee

Medial Epicondylitis

It is a painful elbow condition occurring on the inside of the elbow around the bony structures. The muscles that extend the wrist backwards attach onto the arm bones at this point. With overuse of their tendons, muscle-tendon junctions or muscle bellies they can become inflamed.

Category: Elbow

Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome

The term shin splints has been widely used as a catch-all term referring to a collection of different conditions that cause lower leg pain. The term Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome (MTSS) better defines the injury and separates it from injuries such as stress fractures or compartment syndrome.

Category: Lower leg and calf

Meniscal Tear

The meniscus are made up of tough cartilage that cushion the knee joint. The medial meniscus rests on the medial plateau of the tibia, and the lateral meniscus rests on the lateral plateau. The menisci help to distribute the weight evenly through the joint.

Category: Knee

Muscle Tendon Injuries

Muscle tendon injuries in sport, particularly contact sports are extremely common. So how do we manage these injuries more effectively to ensure a smooth transition back to competition?

Category: Other

Osgood-Schlatters

Pain at the attachment of the quadriceps tendon to the tibia can often be due to the condition known as Osgood-Schlatters Disease. This condition is most often noticed during a growth spurt early in the second decade of life.

Category: Knee

Osteitis Pubis

Osteitis Pubis or pubic bone stress injury is a condition that predominantly affects the sporting population and can be severely limiting. Where the superior rami of the pelvis connect there is a cartilaginous joint called the pubic symphysis.

Category: Hip and groin

Osteitis Pubis 2

Osteitis Pubis has unfortunately become a much more common injury in Sports People, especially in the late teenage years. Whilst there are often a number of causes, there is usually a significant element of Bone Stress Reaction.

Category: Hip and groin

Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis is a condition which affects bone strength and increases the sufferer’s risk of sustaining a fracture (broken bone).

Category: Other

Patella Tendinosis

The Patella tendon is the tendon that joins the knee cap to the shin bone

Category: Knee

Patello-Femoral Dysfunction

Do your knees crackle and crunch when you squat down? Are they painful when you are running? Do you have pain climbing up and down stairs? Do your knees hurt when you stand up after watching a movie?

Category: Knee

Patello-Femoral Pain

The patellofemoral joint is the articulation between the thigh bone (femur) and the knee cap (patella)

Category: Knee

Patello-Femoral Syndrome

Arguably one of the most common musculo-Skeletal problems in Australia, Patello-Femoral Syndrome can be resolved quickly and easily with Physiotherapy.

Category: Knee

Pelvic Floor Muscles

The pelvic floor muscles (PFM) are a group of muscles which sit at the base of the pelvis.

Category: Hip and groin

Pelvic Girdle Pain In Pregnancy

Pelvic girdle pain (PGP) is reportedly experienced by 20% of all pregnant women. Fortunately, in the majority of women, the pain does resolve in the postnatal period.

Category: Hip and groin

Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Usually the bladder, uterus and lower portion of the bowel are well supported in the pelvis. However, if there is a lack of support in the surrounding tissues, one or more of these organs may descend into the vagina, which is known as a Pelvic Organ Prolapse, or simply a Prolapse.

Category: Hip and groin

Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Usually the bladder, uterus and lower portion of the bowel are well supported in the pelvis.

Category: Other

Pilates

The Pilates method of exercise offers a focused, well-controlled physical program for the whole body.

Category: Other

Pilates And Pregnancy

Pregnancy is a time of great change within a woman's body, however in a healthy uncomplicated pregnancy, exercise can continue to be safe and is generally recommended for most women.

Category: Other

Pilates In The Postnatal Period

Many women are keen to return to their pre-pregnancy exercise routines following the birth.

Category: Other