Alongside any rehabilitation programme, there is always additional tools and products that will help improve how effective the programme is. Rehabilitation is a long game, it takes time for exercises to work their magic and make physiological adaptations. Make the most of the little wins.
Anterior knee pain, medically referred to as patellofemoral pain, presents across the front of the knee. Those with anterior knee pain can find activities such as the stairs, running, jumping, and standing up from a chair provocatively. They will also dislike their knee being bent for a prolonged period of time.
Ankle pain can be both infuriating and immobilising. Anyone can suffer from an ankle injury at any point, even by doing something as simple as cleaning the house, using the stairs or walking the dog. Below, we have outlined the most common ankle injuries, what they are and what you can do to manage your pain.
An achilles tendinopathy can be really annoying, especially if you've just got to a good level of fitness and were making some real progress in your training. To help you with your rehabilitation, The 3 following exercises for you to do at home will help treat your achilles tendinopathy.