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The blog this week is a foray into the utility of imaging in tendinoathy. You have to be so careful when interpreting imaging findings in tendinopathy.
This week blog focuses on an interesting paper from James Debenham (quality tendon researcher from Perth) and some of his crew. Worth a read as breaks some new ground in regards to potential mechanisms that explain chronic pain and movement issues in our tendinopathy patients.
Sensation guest blog from Erik Meira
Fantastic infographic including education and management tips for Achilles tendinopathy by my multiple talented PhD student Igor Sancho.
Tendinopathy blog number 37 focuses on a paper that investigates the diagnostic utility of various hip tests. Some really interesting and useful findings.
The blog this week focuses on a study that investigates the link between hip neuromuscular function and Achilles tendon pain.
This week we focus on a paper looking at the interplay between the development of quads muscle and patellar tendon tendon properties among adolescent volleyball players and controls over a year.
This weeks blog focuses on a new RCT by van Ark et al. that compares isometrics vs isotonic rehab for in-season athletes with patellar tendon pain.
The blog this week focuses on a study investigating whether pathology influences Achilles tendon strain during a single leg jump.
The blog this week focuses on a systematic review of risk factors for plantar fasciopathy by van Leeuwen et al.
The blog has evolved to a fortnightly format. The main reason for this is that my balance of academic work has changed, aka I have a real job now! The blog this week focuses on a study that sheds light on the potential role of the subcutaneous bursa in insertional Achilles tendinopathy...
The blog this week focuses on a recent systematic review that examined return to sport after Achilles tendon rupture. Not surprisingly, there are a significant proportion that do not return to sport at the same level.
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