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What is an acetabular labral tear?

What is an acetabular labral tear?

We assume if you’re reading this that you’re suffering or know someone struggling with hip pain. There are of course many colourful characters in the hip region who can ‘spit their dummy out’ and start giving you pain, but today we’re looking at one of the...

Kneecap / Patella Pain: Can Physiotherapy Help?

Have you ever experienced knee pain and been left scratching your head thinking… “I haven’t done anything, what the hell has caused this?” The majority of grumbly knees that walk through our doors are NOT traumatic which leads to the frustration of not being able to...
What is Tibialis Posterior Tendon Dysfunction?

What is Tibialis Posterior Tendon Dysfunction?

The tibialis posterior muscle is sometimes referred to as the “King of the Arch” and with good reason. When it comes to supporting the arch on the inside of your foot it does a lot of the “heavy lifting.” Unfortunately it sometimes ends up being overworked and injured...