General Injuries

Common tendon injuries include Achilles tendinitis, patellar tendinopathy, and rotator cuff injuries (Shoulder). Treatment is also provided for patients who have had surgery.

Common ligament injuries are the medial and lateral knee, anterior cruciate ligament of the knee and ankle ligament sprains. Treatment is also provided for people who have had surgery. For example, anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction.

Common cartilage injuries are the knee and hip. Treatment is provided for those who have had a knee arthroscopy and meniscus repairs.

A degenerative joint disease common in the over 50s but also seen in younger patients. Common areas of the body affected include the neck, lower back, hips, knees and wrists. Treatment can help to manage the condition and can also assist those who have had surgery such as knee and hip replacements.

During periods of immobilisation to allow healing, joints become stiff and muscle wastage occurs resulting in loss of strength and often discomfort. Treatment is important to increase strength, reduce stiffness and help you return quickly and safely to work and sport.

Inflammation of the bursa, a fluid filled sac between the bone and muscle/tendon of a joint. Common areas affected are around the knee (Housemaids knee/Bakers cyst), hip (trochanteric bursitis) and shoulder (sub-acromial bursitis).