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There are many causes of knee pain, from excess weight to sports injuries, advancing age to repetition motion injuries. Whatever the cause of your knee pain, if you are experiencing it regularly you need to find a way to manage it.
In our latest workshop our expert physios, Josh and Gabriele, talk about a common dysfunction that can cause anterior knee pain (pain in the front of the knee) and offer exercise advice on how to correct it.
Staying at home doesn’t mean you can’t stay active! if you have any questions about any of the exercises or if you’re looking for more advice on staying active or relieving pain, contact Response Physio & Sports Therapy today.
Physios Jamie and Heather to share a few tips and exercises to help you get the best recovery after cycling.
Cycling is great for our health and wellbeing. Exercise improves our cardiovascular fitness, strength, and overall physical and mental health. Whether you are a professional cyclist or a recreational cyclist, this blog will be very beneficial to you.