How Do I Know If I Have A Broken Finger?

How Do I Know If I Have A Broken Finger?

Rugby, cricket, volleyball and basketball – these sports are those that pose the highest risk when it comes to hand, wrist and finger injuries. However, while we’re in the game a twist or a knock can be easily ignored until you go home and ask your significant...
The Fight Against Martial Arts Sports Injuries

The Fight Against Martial Arts Sports Injuries

As far as exciting (and useful) sports go, martial arts are gaining in popularity. From Tai Kwon Do to Jujitsu, young and old are enjoying the strength, discipline, coordination and flexibility training that they offer. However, a factor that we need to be aware of is...
Getting to Grips With Tennis Elbow

Getting to Grips With Tennis Elbow

Sports people are often reminded to warm up, cool down, and practice good form when exercising. When we’re in our twenties (and assume that we are immortal and invulnerable) we may ignore this sage advice and throw ourselves around courts and fields with abandon....
ACL Tear – Symptoms, Treatment and Prevention

ACL Tear – Symptoms, Treatment and Prevention

Whether you love karate, squash, golf, gymnastics or rugby – the chances are good that you have seen or experienced knee trauma in the form of an ACL tear. The Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) is one of the ligaments within the knee which connect the tibia and the...
Foot And Ankle Tendonitis – Is It As Serious As It Feels?

Foot And Ankle Tendonitis – Is It As Serious As It Feels?

Whether you’re an athlete or a stay-at-home mum, you may well have experienced foot and ankle tendonitis. Indeed, foot pain can be caused by any number of things including badly fitting shoes, a broken or sprained toe, bunions or arch strain. And all too often we...
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