What is Tennis Elbow : Been told you have Tennis Elbow and you don’t play tennis?

Tennis Elbow, otherwise known as Lateral Epicondylagia, is a painful condition of the elbow that is caused by overuse. Causes: Repetitive or unaccustomed activities involving the muscles of the wrist and forearms such as gripping, throwing and manoeuvring the arm under load are often the cause of this sports injury. This may involve tennis – …

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Lateral Ankle Ligament Sprain

From childhood netball players to the chronically uncoordinated, we’ve all likely encountered a lateral ankle ligament sprain at some point in our lives. Frequently referred to as “rolling, twisting or spraining”, it’s generally a much nicer diagnosis than a fracture, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t come with pain and the need for recovery. In …

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Exercise for Rotator Cuff Tendinopath

The rotator cuff is a collection of four muscles that connect the arm bone to the shoulder blade. They work together to provide stability to the shoulder, especially in an overhead position. However, highly repetitive tasks involving the shoulder (such as weightlifting, painting or swimming) may cause these muscles to become swollen and inflamed. If …

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What are Cervicogenic Headaches?

A cervicogenic headache is a pain that develops in the neck, though a person feels the pain in their head. Cervicogenic headaches are secondary headaches. Secondary headaches are those caused by an underlying condition, such as neck injuries, infections, or severe high blood pressure. What does it feel like? A cervicogenic headache can cause symptoms …

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