Blog | Paramount Physiotherapy & Sports injuries Clinic - Part 34

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Osgood Schlaters or Patellar Tendinitis in Teenage Athletes

February 6, 2013

Is your teen an active athlete who’s involved in a lot of running, jumping or crouching? Have they expressed discomfort in their knees or shins as a result of extensive strain on them? If so, your young athlete may have Osgood Schlaters or Patellar Tendinitis: an affliction that’s becoming more... Read More

The Role of the Gluteus Medius and Minimus in Hip Stability

January 6, 2013

A person’s hip joints and surrounding physiology represent one of the most crucial components to movement. As bipedal individuals, we rely on this area to keep us upright and moving in a way that supports the rest of our bodies. When there is an injury or discomfort in this region,... Read More

All About ACL Tears

November 14, 2012

The ACL, or anterior cruciate ligament, is a major ligament located in the knee. It helps to prevent the knee joint from moving excessively, however it can get injured quite easily. An ACL tear is a common sports related injury. Here is some information about ACL tears, when surgery is needed for the knee and how surgery can help repair it the tear.