The Most Common Injuries at Body Solve Osteopathy and Sports Massage
Iliotibial band Syndrome (ITB)
What is ITB syndrome?
Iliotibial band syndrome/runners knee/ITB syndrome is a fairly common complaint we see at Body Solve Osteopath and Sports Massage Therapy clinic. It is thought to affect between 2 and 22 percent of physically active individuals (depending on sport). It is most commonly seen in runners, cyclists and military personal but has also been seen in skiers, basketball and volleyball players along with many other sports where there is continuous repetitive knee flexion and extension.
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Frozen Shoulder/Adhesive Capsulitis
What is frozen shoulder?
Frozen shoulder or adhesive capsulitis is a immobility disorder of the shoulder capsule.
The connecting tissue that surrounds the glenohumeral joint of within the shoulder becomes inflexible, immobile, painful and stiff.
Most patients with adhesive capsulitis have major shoulder joint restriction and ongoing pain symptoms.
This is a common ailment we see daily at Body Solve and we can often help patients who suffer with frozen shoulder make a full recovery.
Book an appointment today with a sports therapist or Osteopath and make your way to a full recovery.
What is Plantar Fasciitis?
In most cases a repetitive action on the plantar surface of the foot can cause the thick band of fascia between the toes and the heel becomes inflamed. This is essentially plantar fasciitis.
Plantar Fasciitis can be remedied fairly quickly at Body Solve as long as action is taken in the early onset, Often however it is poorly recognised and misdiagnosed leading to sometimes long term suffering.
The sports therapists and osteopaths at Body Solve are all experienced with resolving plantar fasciitis and can sometimes reduce symptoms with as little as one treatment.
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