Pelvic malalignment is common in runners but often goes undiagnosed, which can result in inadequate treatment for the patient’s injury. This article, with the aid of 11 videos, will enable you to correctly assess your patients and to diagnose and treat any malalignment problems. Register free below (or log in if you already have an account) and we'll also give you two of our most popular running injury handouts, which you can download and print out for your patients, on "Plantar Fasciitis in Runners" and "Achilles Tendinopathy for Runners" - (no subscription is required). You can also access the article key points and other related resources.
Low back pain (LBP) is one of the most common presentations in primary healthcare. It is a complex condition with a multifactorial aetiology, which perhaps explains why there is a lack of strong clear evidence... Read More
This article consolidates current knowledge on the diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of shoulder impingement. It is packed full of practical implementation resources including videos of assessment tests, printable quick reference algorithms and a set of... Read More
The article explores the most prominent running injuries and associated risk factors with a view to explaining how barefoot running may alter load to the tissues most affected by running injury. It explains the difference... Read More
This article discusses the incidence, presentation, anatomy and biomechanics of patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS) before delving deeper into patient examination, the practical application of patellar taping, the use of orthoses and exercise rehabilitation therapy. It... Read More
‘Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction (SIJ): A Structured Assessment Strategy’ has been developed from an extract of Clayton’s book Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction and Piriformis Syndrome. It includes step-by-step guidelines for more than 10 sacroiliac joint assessment tests... Read More
This article with accompanying videos and a client handout, has been written for practitioners, and discusses the issue of osteoarthritis of the knee, the role of exercise, its relationship with (or not) arthritis and progresses... Read More
This article describes a quick and effective assessment process for heel pain that can be carried out in just 10 minutes. More than 10% of the population experiences heel pain and due to the number... Read More
This article outlines the latest incidence statistics for chronic plantar heel pain, explains how the structure and function of the plantar fascia is affected by pathology, outlines a detailed differential diagnosis and then delves into... Read More
Putting big mouths and big ideas behind microphones. The Physio Matters Podcast delivers musculoskeletal and Sports Medicine information for those working in physiotherapy, sports therapy, sports rehabilitation, medicine and all divisions of the healthcare industry.... Read More
This poster comes in three sizes which can printed out for your clinic wall. The sizes are A4, A3 and A2 sizes in high resolution. Click on the top image in the Media Contents box... Read More
This leaflet comes in 3 different printable formats and has been written for patients. It gives information on why back pain is common during pregnancy, suggests treatment options and gives advice on how to relieve... Read More
This article describes a quick and effective assessment process for low back pain that can be carried out in just 10 minutes. Low back pain (LBP) is a very common ailment seen by clinicians and... Read More
Injury prevention is personal. Generic preventative exercise programmes are likely to modify some risk factors of injury, but the evidence proves that an individualised programme, designed specifically for each player, is considerably more effective. The... Read More
More than 50% of pregnant women suffer low back pain (LBP). This article describes the distinction between physiological and pathological back pain, the difference between pelvic girdle pain and low back pain and outlines diagnostic... Read More
We all know injuries are bad news in all sports, but in football an injury can have particularly far-reaching effects which is why surveillance and screening programmes are essential. Not only does an injury have... Read More
Working in a multidisciplinary team can be frustrating and difficult at times. Creating a team requires a clear strategy with objectives and boundaries and good communication. To ensure a functioning and useful team, members must... Read More
This is the third article in the series on the management of femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) using Postural Restoration techniques. In this article I propose a method of managing FAI using Postural Restoration Techniques. In the... Read More
This short 3 minute 'Hip Impingement Redefined' introduction video outlines the content available within our 3 part series "Management of femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) using Postural Restoration techniques" by Jason Masek. This module answers questions regarding... Read More
Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries are one of the worst knee injuries to sustain in sport, with less than 50% of athletes returning to sport in the first year following surgery and high rates of... Read More
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