What is the Pelvic Floor? The pelvic floor is a complex layer of muscle; fascia and fibrous tissue that helps support the pelvic organs. Does birth weaken the pelvic floor? Yes. Giving birth can weaken or damage the pelvic floor. Skeletal muscle is supposed to rupture when it reaches approximately 150% of its normal length….

Most people will have never heard of a “bursa”, however it is a very common cause of significant pain and injury in the body (bursitis). What is a bursa? A bursa is a very thin, small fibrous sack that sits between bone and tendon. They are found in the shoulder, elbow, hip, knee and various…

ITB friction syndrome is a painful condition that occurs due to excessive friction on the outer area of the knee joint. It is an overuse injury that occurs primarily in runners and hence gets the name “runner’s knee”. Essentially the problem arises when the Illiotibial Band (ITB), a long connective tissue structure that runs from…

Are you back to sport yet? With the winter sports getting well and truly underway, we start to see a rise in acute sports injuries such as ankle sprains, muscle tears and ligament injuries. So while you’re preparing for the big season ahead, here is a simple guide on the best way to manage these…

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