Osteoporosis and Physical Treatment

Osteoporosis and Physical Treatment   Osteoporosis is a bone disease which affects 11% of men and 27% of women over the age of 60 in Australia. It is often caused by hormonal changes [...]

The Hip Flexors

Anatomy of the Hip Muscles The hip flexors are a group of two muscles known as iliopsoas (the illiacus muscle and the psoas muscle). They sit at the front of the hip, originating deep in the [...]

Hamstring Injuries

The Hamstrings are the group of three muscles that run down the back of the thigh: Semitendinosus (most medial / toward the inside of the thigh with long thin tendon) Semimembranosus (also toward [...]

Runner’s Knee

Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (runner’s knee) is pain under the knee cap or anterior knee pain. It is an extremely common reason why active people (in particularly runners) seek healthcare. [...]

Sore Neck?

Overview The deep neck flexors are the muscles on the front of your neck that stabilise the cervical spine, ensuring an appropriately aligned posture. These muscles attach along your cervical [...]