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101. Tennis Elbow (Lateral Elbow pain)  
Starting Position Level 1 Level 2 Level 3a Level 3b Level 3c Exercise Regression for Painful Setbacks Tennis Elbow BESS advice/exercise video Lateral elbow pain, often called Tennis Elbow…  
102. Cubital Tunnel  
Cubital tunnel syndrome is compression or irritation of the ulnar nerve in a tunnel on the inside of the elbow. The ulnar nerve provides sensation to the little finger…  
103. Inoperable Rotator Cuff Tear  
Video: Rotator Cuff Tear Video: Why does my shoulder still hurt? Why does my shoulder still hurt?  
104. Hip OA  
What is hip Osteoarthritis (OA)? Arthritis may also be described as normal wear and degeneration. This may have been identified following an assessment of the hip or via an x-ray.  Being…  
105. Young Hip  
Femoroacetabular Impingement (FAI) A condition caused by the bones of the hip causing pressure, pinching or friction on the tissues of the joint. This pinching pressure usually occurs when the…  
106. Hip Dysplasia  
Adult hip dysplasia, sometimes called acetabular dysplasia, is due to having a more shallow hip socket (acetabulm). Some people are unaware they have hip dyspasia as they experience few symptoms,…  
107. Lateral hip pain  
Exercises How to manage lateral hip video What is lateral hip pain? Also known as “Greater Trochanteric Pain Syndrome” Patients with greater trochanteric pain syndrome (GTPS) usually complain…  
108. Proximal Hamstring Tendinopathy  
What is proximal tendinopathy? What is proximal tendinopathy? Proximal hamstring tendinopathy is commonly seen in long distance runners, sprinters and in those who participate in sports that…  
109. Adductor tendinopathy  
What is an adductor tendinopathy? The adductor muscles are a group of muscles which attach from the pelvic to the knee. There are 5 muscles within this group. A tendinopathy is described as chronic…  
110. PFJ Pain/Anterior knee pain  
What is Patellofemoral (PFJ) pain? Simply pain around or on the knee cap (patella). Where does my pain come from? The back of the knee cap is subjected to variable forces as we do activities of…  
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