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Knee pain even if you’re not active. Wonder why?

Knee pain even if you’re not active. Wonder why?

Wondering why you might have pain in the front of your knee even if you’re not active? It might be your hip strength that is the culprit! Hip strength was compared between sedentary females with and without PFPS to determine is hip weakness would be present in this population.

Front of knee pain. What helps and what does not.

Front of knee pain. What helps and what does not.

Based on the clinical practice guidelines on PFPS, or pain in the front of your knee, what are the few causes of PFPS, what you can do, or not and how long you will take to get better.

Anterior knee pain. As an athlete, I should be fine…right?

Anterior knee pain. As an athlete, I should be fine…right?

PFPS is commonly found in young individuals and among athletes. A systematic review of 7 high quality articles concluded 13 potential risk factors that can be used to identify at-risk individuals and prevent PFP development to avoid knee injuries and pain. What can you do about it?

Neck Pain: An Introduction

Neck Pain: An Introduction

Neck pain in Singapore is common. There are many causes of neck pain. Not one neck pain is the same. Read on to find out more!

Is it safe to do knee extension after an ACL surgery?

Is it safe to do knee extension after an ACL surgery?

Restoring quadriceps muscle strength is integral to recovery following an anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. Should you re-evaluate your beliefs about open-chain exercises and measure this important variable to improve outcomes for your knee?