Load management is not just doing less
A ‘load management and exercise’ approach is a central pillar commonly reported to underpin contemporary management of musculoskeletal conditions. However, when we dive into the detail, exercise selection for the…Read More
10 of 12 Top Hip Papers – The role of compression in tendinopathy
Day 10 of the 12 Top Hip Papers miniblog series! Hope you’ve been enjoying this series of miniblogs featuring some top hip papers. If you want to go back and check…Read More
3 Pilates Exercises to Avoid for Hip Pain
As a physiotherapist with a special interest in the hip, I see many patients with hip pain who have done, are currently participating in, or are considering joining up to…Read More
Development of a successful program for painful gluteal tendinopathy
This blog explores the journey of developing a program for gluteal tendinopathy management, that was subsequently used in a successful randomised clinical trial. In my clinical practice, I had noticed…Read More
Tendinopathy – Does corticosteroid injection aid or hinder our rehabilitation process?
When physiotherapy treatment for tendinopathy fails, have you ever thought ‘Where did I go wrong?’ Assuming you have applied contemporary evidence informed protocols that incorporate load management and appropriate exercise…Read More
Are you still prescribing ITB stretches and clams for lateral hip pain?
If you are still prescribing ITB stretches and clams for lateral hip pain, it might be time for a knowledge update! Painful tendinopathies are one of the most frequent musculoskeletal…Read More