Tag Archives | achilles tendinopathy

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Is central sensitisation a feature in tendinopathy?

We’ve had some great questions following our free video series on achilles tendinopathy. There’s been discussion of the role the kinetic chain plays on Twitter (thread available HERE) and a cracking question on Facebook; Is central sensitisation a feature of tendinopathy? In today’s blog we’ll try to answer this with some help from our Facebook Live […]

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Free video series – how to get great results with achilles tendinopathy in runners

Achilles tendinopathy is a common condition that can have a big impact on a runner’s life and be challenging to manage. As health professionals we all want the best for our patients but it can be hard to see progression for athletes and difficult for them to return to their training targets. We’ve teamed up with […]

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Signpost: New interactive case study on managing Achilles pain

We’ve teamed up with @Physiosinsport and @BJSM_BMJ to bring you a comprehensive case study on managing Achilles tendinopathy in runners. It features a fictional runner called Al (AKA #AchillesAl) and will aim to cover all aspects of his care in a multi-part blog series. Part 1 on training error, was published a couple of weeks […]

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Tendinopathy? Try TNT! A new concept in treating tendons

Tendons can be tricky to treat. Any athlete that's experienced tendinopathy will know they can be slow to improve and easy to aggravate. Despite recent developments in tendon rehab a number of patients remain somewhat unresponsive to conservative treatment and recurrence rates of tendinopathy are high, even after treatment. Those of us with a particular […]

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Risk factors for Achilles Tendinopathy – by Seth O’Neill

Seth O'Neill joins us again today to share some of his knowledge on achilles tendon problems. Seth is a lecturer in physiotherapy and is currently researching achilles tendinopathy. You can follow him on Twitter via @SethONeill. For more information, or to arrange an appointment with Seth at his clinic in Nottingham see his profile page. […]

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