Runner’s Knee: Diagnosis, Prevention, Treatment, and Stretches

Runner's Knee

This post is written by Parth Chowatia, a registered Sports Physiotherapist with years of experience assisting sports players and professional athletes in performing at their best. Runner’s knee, also known as Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (PFPS), is a common overuse injury that affects individuals who participate in running and other physically demanding activities. Understanding the knee … Read more

Sprained Ankle Vs Broken Ankle

Sprained Ankle Vs Broken Ankle

The ankle region is susceptible to two different types of injuries: sprained ankle vs broken ankle and both of the injuries are different from each other. When the ligaments holding the bones in the ankle joint together are stretched or torn, a sprained ankle results. An unnatural twisting or turning of the ankle may cause … Read more

What is a Medial Ankle Sprain?

What is a Medial Ankle Sprain

A medial ankle sprain is a ligament injury affecting the structures on the inner side of the ankle and it mostly happens when you roll your ankle outwards. It is not very common to roll your ankle outwards as compared to rolling it inwards or a lateral ankle sprain. Structures on the inner side of … Read more

How Much Weight Can You Lift After Total Knee Replacement?

How Much Weight Can You Lift After Total Knee Replacement

Total knee replacement surgery is a common procedure for people with severe arthritis or injury. After surgery, many patients wonder how much weight they can safely lift. The answer depends on several factors, including the patient’s age, overall health, and the specific surgical approach used. In this article, I will explore how much weight can … Read more

How to Run to Prevent Shin Splints?

Parth ChowatiaHi, I am Parth Chowtia, an MSK/Sports Physiotherapist with a degree in Sports Medicine from Leeds Beckett University, UK. I have five years of experience working with top brands and like to share guides on preventing and managing injuries resulting from sports and exercise participation at all ages and levels of ability.