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Hip Impingement

What is Hip Impingement? Hip Impingement or Femoral Acetabular Impingement (FAI) is a condition of the hip where additional bone is present on joint surfaces. This additional bone is known as a CAM or pincer lesion and can cause joint impingement with certain movements, such as deep squatting. Around 20% of the population have FAI but only 23% of these people complain of hip pain. Hip Anatomy Risk Factors Current …Read More

How much can I increase running distance per week and still limit my injuries?

It has often been suggested that the 10% rule was the best amount to increase running distance. But this has been more based on clinical experience then research. A recent research paper published in the October edition of Journal of Orthopaedic and Sport Physical Therapy attempted to shed light on this topic. They completed a one-year study into 874 novice runners and looked at what was the safe amount of …Read More

Shin Splints: What is it and how can it be treated?

Shin splints is one of the most common reasons for exercise-induced leg pain. The incidence is as high as 6-16% of all running injuries. With summer right around the corner further awareness of the possible causes of your leg pain is essential in effective management and prevention. Shin splints, as it is most commonly called, refers to pain on the inside of the shin bone. It does not imply a …Read More