hip pain

Runners Knee

Almost every runner will complain about an injury or soreness at some point in their life. The most common of these complaints is the knee. Knees are crucial for humans to run. Without them, running wouldn’t not be possible as they act as a shock absorber and […]

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Knee pain.. Is it really your knee?

Knee injuries can be quite frustrating when trying to return to sport or activity. Sharp, dull aching, they seem to linger and always let us know “I’m still here”. But is it really the knee that is the source of pain or discomfort? The joints in our body like to […]

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Your Hips Don’t Lie

Have you ever felt it was difficult to sit down in a low chair or bench? Have you experienced catching or pinching type pain in your hips? Have you ever tried squatting as an exercise and just found it down right difficult to perform the movement?
These symptoms are not […]

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Iliotibial Band Syndrome

Iliotibial Band Syndrome often presents in runners and athletes as pain in the lateral aspect of the knee. The Iliotibial band (ITB) is a thin band of muscle travelling from the top of the pelvis (iliac crest) down past a bony protuberance on the outside of the knee. With […]

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Developmental Hip Dysplasia

Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip (DDH) is an abnormal development of the hip joint. It occurs when the femoral head dislocates from the acetabulum, or in easier terms, when the hip dislocates from its socket.

DDH is usually diagnosed in newborns and can happen in utero, during delivery or after […]

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