It’s time to debunk some myths about hip replacement surgery. It’s time to end ageism in the hip arthroplasty world.
Its marathon season again, and already my clinic is littered with stress fractured runners. There are a lot of myths around stress fractures, that prevent the clinician from taking action.
there’s a pretty high likely hood that we will rule out a flexor problem, and rule in F.A.I. Why do we cling to the myth of hip flexor pain? unless you are thinking there is a possibility it could be F.A.I, you won’t check it out in the first place.
Most patients with bone stress injuries are able to give you a pretty good account of how they came to be in trouble. My patient had another tale to tell.
5 Running niggles not to ignore. 1. Iliotibial (IT) band pain. Why should we worry about IT band pain? Mainly because foam rollering is rarely enough! Lots of runners really get into a pickle if they push on hard with an IT band problem. Putting up with a relentlessly predictable pain which comes on every time you reach six [...]
Let’s get one thing straight from the start, groin pain can be a confusing problem for patients, and it’s often a very confusing problem for their therapists too. There a few good reasons why it seems a particularly difficult task to unravel. Firstly, when we examine people with groin pain, the area that is painful [...]