YES! No knee pain! And a new backpack...

In the past couple of weeks, I’d already tested my doctor’s advice for my left knee: Take Aleve (naproxen sodium) prior to hiking to alleviate the swelling of the knee tendons, and see how it does. 808 more words


Running Injuries Part 2: Iliotibial Band Friction Syndrome

A common complaint among runners is knee pain; the first part of our running series covered patellofemoral pain syndrome, commonly known as runner’s knee, as one possible cause. 843 more words

Kitchener Physiotherapy

Calcium stones in the knee joint!

Can stones form in the knee joint?!

Here I describe the case of a 30 year active young man who came with pain and swelling in the knee. 175 more words


Common Knee Ligament Injuries

A ligament is a band of connective tissue composed mainly of collagen fibres. The knee joint ligaments connect the femur (thighbone) to the tibia (leg bone) at the knee joint to improve its stability and to limit the amount of mobility in the joint. 853 more words


Finding Reliable Chiropractors And Pain Management Services

The musculoskeletal system is very crucial to the daily functioning and mobility of humans and animals. However, it can also be a source of much distress, inflammation and pain that is unbearable. 501 more words

Ankle Pain

"Get FREE Kinesio-taping or Cupping with 90min massage of your choice during May 2015!"

May 2015 – this month’s special offer:

Treat yourself to free Kinesio-taping or Cupping with any 90min massage of your choice.

Terms and conditions:

Kinesio-taping or Cupping will be restricted to 2 body parts i.e.: shoulder & hip, or upper back & knee. 20 more words

Massage Cardiff

2. Knee Pain and PFP Syndrome... A simple overview

The knee is an extremely common site of injury in all sports, lets face it, it has to deal with a huge amount of load! For example, going down stairs can put loads of 7-8x Body Weight through your Patellofemoral Joint (PFJ). 442 more words