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PROBLEM ITB or KNEE PAIN?

| Acute and Chronic Pain, Knee Pain, Marathon Training, Physiotherapy in London, Sports Physiotherapy

The ultimate roller for myofascial release and to help massage and release tight muscles.  Helps to maintain release of muscles from your physiotherapy session.  The Vari-Massage Foam Roller features a range of different patterns so you can vary the intensity of the massage to suit your individual needs. Unlike many foam rollers the Vari-Massage Foam […]


Pain in your knees without any injury?

| Knee Pain

Having pain at the front of the knee or around the kneecap without any significant trauma can be due to a number of reasons. These can be caused by: Excessive movement in your kneecap Tightness in your iliotibial band (ITB), which is a tendon than runs from the outside edge of your hip to outside […]


See how easily you can maximise the results of your total joint replacement

| Acute and Chronic Pain, Hip pain, Knee Pain, Physiotherapy in London, Post Surgery

It is standard for patients to have exercises set by physiotherapists in hospital following your knee or hip replacement and practice walking with crutches or a frame.  The problem comes after discharge when either you are not referred for more physiotherapy or have the hassle of trying to get to a physiotherapy clinic with your […]


Could you benefit from a patella (kneecap) brace?

| Acute and Chronic Pain, Knee Pain

We have a range of patella (kneecap) braces that you can purchase from our online shop, ranging in price and style. These knee braces focus on giving a good support to the knee and compression on the patellar tendon, helping to decrease stress at the tibial tubercle.  They can provide support against patella subluxation, dislocation […]


Does your child have knee pain?

| Acute and Chronic Pain, Knee Pain, Paediatric

Osgood Schlatter disease is the most common cause of knee pain in active, adolescent boys. Symptoms include pain and swelling, just below the knee at the top of the Tibia and gets worse with exercise. Osgood Schlatter disease is thought to be caused by small injuries caused by repeated overuse before the knee area has finished […]


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