Author: Sarah Searle

The Meniscus Tear  Your meniscus is a shock absorber that allows our knees to absorb large amounts of force when active. By absorbing these forces your meniscus ensures that your bone surfaces are not damaged. Additionally, the meniscus is important for rotational stability of your knee....

Sciatica is a pain that is felt by over 40% of the population at some point during their lives. Sciatica is a pain the can be felt in your lower back that runs along the sciatic nerve, all the way down to your hamstrings and...

Compartment Syndrome Compartment syndrome is a condition that affects the lower leg. There are many compartments in your lower leg with different nerves, muscles, blood vessels and tendons running through the compartments. There is fascia surrounding your compartment which is crucial to divide the muscle from...

Also referred to as Achilles Tendinopathy it is usually an overuse injury that is seen commonly in people who run regularly. Achilles Tendinopathy includes a large range of tendon issues including tendinitis but also referring to other Achilles tendon issues. Your tendons are the fibres...

Have you experienced tingling or numbness in your arms or pain in your shoulders? If you have, particularly when raising your arms, you may have thoracic outlet syndrome. When a group of disorders occurs after a compression injury or there is irritation of the arteries...