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Great Expectations Part 5 – OA with Anthony Teoli

Our Great Expectations series has really gained momentum this week with the addition of Stuart Warden’s excellent piece on bone stress injuries and we have another cracker for you today! Top physio and researcher Anthony Teoli has written about osteoarthritis (OA) of the knee for us before and studied OA and walking biomechanics. He’s also […]

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Great Expectations Part 3 – ACL reconstruction with Rich Norris

Our friend and fellow physio Rich Norris joins us in Part 3 of this series to talk about expectations following ACL reconstruction. Rich is a knee specialist in one of our recommended clinics and has created thekneeresource.com a fantastic website with a great collection of videos and resources. Follow Rich on Twitter via @thekneeresource and […]

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What’s the key treatment for runners with patellofemoral pain?

Patellofemoral pain (PFP) is recognised to be a multifactorial condition with multiple potential causes and a host of treatment options. This can leave both clinicians and runners confused and unsure about what treatment path to take. Do we use education, activity modification, rehab exercises, gait re-training or all of the above!? Do we tape, massage […]

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Neuromuscular Adaptations During Walking Gait in Individuals with Knee OA – by Anthony Teoli

Today we have a guest blog from physio and researcher Anthony Teoli covering a common problem we see a lot in clinic; osteoarthritis of the knee. Anthony graduated from McGill University with a Master’s of Science in Physical Therapy and currently works as a physiotherapist in a private physiotherapy clinic in Montreal. He is also […]

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Running and Osteoarthritis – by Richard Leech

For many years medical dogma and anecdotal evidence has suggested running is bad for your knees and causes arthritis. Many well meaning health professionals have advised runners to cut down or even stop running altogether to protect their joints, but the evidence remains weak to guide their management. Richard Leech's excellent BJSM editorial discusses this […]

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My battle with ITBS by Sean McBride – Part 2 The Solution

Sports Physical Therapist Sean’s story of how his ITBS began in Part 1 of this blog has proved popular this month and led to a number of people requesting Part 2… So here it is, how Sean got back running after 8 years of ITBS; You can follow Sean on Twitter via @RealSeanMcbride My wife […]

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