Meniscus Injuries

What is a meniscus? 

A meniscus is a cartilaginous structure, found in the knee. It sits on top of the shin (tibia), and beneath the thigh bone (femur). It’s primary role is to act as a shock absorber when weight bearing and external forces are going through the knee joint. It also assists the knee joint in bending/...

Activity Pacing & Graded Exercise Therapy for CFS

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) is a debilitating condition that can affect young children through to adults. Characterised by unattributable fatigue, CFS sufferers can have symptoms such as muscle pain, poor sleep, concentration and memory issues along with severe levels of fatigue. These symptoms can affect many activities of daily living...

Discs Don’t Slip!

Within the health profession sector, we come across a lot of common injuries that occur to the spine and discs. These injuries can vary from the top of the spine, neck through to the bottom of the spine finishing in the lower back. Some common misconceptions surrounding discs are their fragility, that they can...

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