Tag Archives: Gluteus medius

Management of the Injured Tendon: Difficulties in Diagnosis and Treatment

Abstract Background: Tendon injury is a painful and often debilitating affliction, which commonly presents to the sports medicine professional. Researchers have often struggled to determine the most appropriate way to manage this condition. Despite the plethora of literature on management strategies, there appears to be little stemming from sound scientific evidence. Objective: The aim of […]

Core exercises

A strong core is essential to optimal performance and the reduction of injury. Attached is a beginners program to strengthen the core. Core training program

Knee Pain in Runners: Are more proximal structures to blame?

Two of the most common injuries to present to the sports injury clinic in runners are iliotibial band friction syndrome (ITBFS) and Patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS) (Brukner and Khan 2007 and Ellis, Hing and Reid 2006).  ITBFS is characterized by pain and tenderness on the lateral aspect of the knee, which is usually due to […]