What exercises should I do six weeks after my Knee Replacement?

Total Knee Replacement – Rehab Exercises over 6 weeks Post Op We have been seeing an increase in patients coming through our physiotherapy clinics who are struggling with pain, stiffness and walking after having a knee … Read More

What exercises should I do immediately after my Knee Replacement?

Total Knee Replacement – Rehab Exercises We have been seeing more and more patients coming through our private physiotherapy clinics in Havant and Rowlands Castle who are struggling with pain, stiffness and walking after having a … Read More

Knee Pain playing hockey – is it a cartilage (meniscus) injury?

Cartilage (meniscus) injury – can physiotherapy help? We see a lot of hockey players in our clinics who have twisted their knee and torn their cartilage (meniscus), but also other sports players such as football, cricket … Read More

Common Running Injuries – ITBS – Iliotibial Band Syndrome

ITBS – Iliotibial Band Syndrome A common complaint for runners, cyclists and weight lifters is Iliotibial band (ITB) syndrome. ITB syndrome is one of the leading causes of lateral (outside) knee pain in runners. It occurs … Read More

I’ve got knee pain, is it arthritis?

Today’s blog has been written by Katy, our musculoskeletal (MSK) physiotherapist. How can physiotherapy help with my osteoarthritic knee? Osteoarthritis (osteo- bone, arthr –  joint, itis – inflammation) is a problem which affects the lining of … Read More

My knee hurts on the inner side, have I sprained my medial collateral ligament (MCL)?

Today’s blog has been written by Never, our musculoskeletal (MSK) and neuro physiotherapist. Injury to the medial collateral ligament (MCL) is one of the common causes of pain on the inside of the knee – can … Read More

Knee Pain – is it a cartilage (meniscus) injury?

Cartilage (meniscus) injury – can physiotherapy help? Our physiotherapists see a lot of patients with this common knee injury. Most commonly affected are sports players i.e football and rugby players plus skiing injuries too. You can also … Read More

I’ve been told I have wear and tear in my knee, is it wear and tear or anterior knee pain?

Have you got knee pain and been told “it is wear and tear and nothing can be done” Your knee pain may be due to muscle imbalance which responds really well to hands on physio treatment ansd exercises…… Read More