Thursday, December 13, 2018

Proximal Hamstring Tendinopathy… The plot thickens!

Regular readers might remember that during marathon training back in 2013 I developed a nasty case of Proximal Hamstring Tendinopathy (PHT). Fortunately with some...

Dr Angelo Cacchio – research and Italian translation of TendonQ

Dr Angelo Cacchio is a good friend of the site and has helped out a great deal in the development of TendonQ and upcoming...

Podcast on clinical management of Proximal Hamstring Tendinopathy

For a long time I've been a big fan of Physio Edge and their great podcasts so I was delighted when David Pope invited...

Gluteal tendinopathy, is targeted loading or education the key?

Thanks to the hard work of some excellent research teams we've seen several key gluteal tendinopathy (GT) studies arrive almost at the same time!...

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...

Improving sitting pain in Proximal Hamstring Tendinopathy

Pain with sitting can be one of the most challenging symptoms to treat in Proximal Hamstring Tendinopathy (PHT). Ironically, all the sitting I did while...

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...

Tendinopathy – the importance of staging and role of compression

Written by Tom Goom, senior Physio at The Physio Rooms Brighton. Follow Tom on Twitter. Tendon problems are common in runners and can become a...

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...

Tendinopathy – screening and action points with TendonQ

This article if the first #Clinic_All project. It's the result of team working on Twitter to develop something useful for clinicians in practice. Please...

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