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Apr 22, 2022

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📢!WE ARE HIRING!📢

Here at PhysioSports, we strive for Service Excellence and Gold-Standard in personalised treatment programmes for our patients.

If you...
💙 Love physiotherapy,
💙 Are highly self-motivated
💙 Have keen interest in Sports Injuries and Rehabilitation
💙 And are passionate in improving patient outcomes through consultation, manual therapy, rehabilitation and planning appropriate evidence-based treatment programme based on individual needs,

then WE WANT YOU!!

We have positions available for:
🔸Senior Physiotherapist
🔸Locum Physiotherapist

What we look for:
🔹 Work experience in outpatient Musculoskeletal or Sports settings
🔹 Fully registered with AHPC
🔹 Able to work independently but also a team player
🔹 Client-centred
🔹 Service oriented

What you can gain:
✔️ A good mentoring programme by the clinical director based on trust, confidentiality, mutual respect and sensitivity
✔️ Focused learning opportunities on acute sports injuries and rehabilitation

Send your CV and questions that you may have to enquiries@physiosportssg.com.

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Apr 13, 2022

Pain in the hip can be caused by many structures & factors so it’s important that your physiotherapist assesses you properly. Your physiotherapist will assess a variety of movements & utilize multiple tests to build a clearer picture of your condition.

After assessing basic movements, overpressure & combined movements can be used to further stress the hip joint.
Whilst not everyone may have the mobility of our patient in the video, it is always important to check both sides to identify what is the individual’s “normal”.

How much the hip joint can rotate provides clues on the joint articulation & possible tightness of structures. There are a few special tests for the hip joint, such as the Straight Leg Raise & the FABER test. Sometimes, the low back (lumbar spine) can refer pain to the hip so this should be checked as well. ✅

Here are some treatment methods to consider:
1️⃣ Hip joint mobilizations
2️⃣ Deep hip external rotators strengthening, as this creates stability by keeping the head of the femur centered in the hip joint
3️⃣ Hip stretches & strengthening exercises
4️⃣ Lumbar joint mobilizations

Other exercises & techniques to manage your pain really depends on the presentation of your condition. Do check in with your physiotherapist to find out more!

Send us a DM or contact us at 82182905 / 62620970 to find out more!📱

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Mar 15, 2022

Does your hip "click"? Do you feel stuck when you try to bring your leg up towards you? Are you unable to cross your legs? Read on...

The hip is a ball & socket joint, & is considered to be one of the most stable joints in the body, as it allows weight-bearing through the lower extremities. There are many structures surrounding the hip & any of these structures could cause pain, stiffness, or clicking.

Due to repeated loading, the hip may be subject to osteoarthritis & labral tears. These are common as we age, but labral tears are also found in athletes who participate in high-impact sports.⛹️ The labrum lines the “socket” of the hip & serves as a seal to keep the joint in place. If the tear is extensive, a surgery may be needed.

Hip impingement is also common, & occurs when extra bone develops, creating an irregular shape & disrupting movement. This development occurs during childhood but not everyone experiences pain.

Overuse/overloading can also cause inflammation & injury to the muscles, tendons, & bursa (fluid-filled sacs that cushions tendons & joints).

Sometimes, the back (lumbar spine) may refer pain down to the hip.

In the elderly, a hip fracture is common especially in those with underlying osteoporosis. In this case, the fracture need not occur from a high-impact fall or trauma.🧓🏼

Less commonly seen is avascular necrosis (AVN), whereby an interruption of the blood supply causes death of the bone tissue. This can occur due to fracture or dislocation, but has also been linked to chronic steroid use & excessive alcohol consumption (take it easy on the drink!). 🍻

In most cases, a course of physiotherapy can alleviate pain, improve movement & function of the hip joint. Do check in with your physiotherapist for more details or advice!

Send us a DM or contact us at 82182905 / 62620970 to find out more!📱

📝1. The Hip Abductor Muscles, Trochanteric Bursa and Lateral (Outside) Hip Pain. (2020, February 3). Hip Pain Professionals. https://hippainhelp.com/the-hip-abductor-muscles-trochanteric-bursa-and-lateral-outside-hip-pain/
📝2. Hip labral tear. (n.d.). Mayo Clinic. https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/hip-labral-tear/symptoms-causes/syc-20354873
📝3. Femoroacetabular Impingement. (n.d.). OrthoInfo. https://orthoinfo.aaos.org/en/diseases--conditions/femoroacetabular-impingement/
📝4. Barney J, Piuzzi NS, Akhondi H. Femoral Head Avascular Necrosis. [Updated 2022 Jan 19]. In: StatPearls [Internet]. Treasure Island (FL): StatPearls Publishing; 2022 Jan-. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK546658/
📝5. Sharareh, B. (2021, August). Hip Osteonecrosis. Orthobullets. https://www.orthobullets.com/recon/5006/hip-osteonecrosis

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Mar 14, 2022

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Feb 23, 2022

A common source of knee pain, especially in adolescents, comes from the patello-femoral joint. As there are multiple factors that contribute to this pain at the front of the knee, this condition is termed as patella-femoral pain syndrome (PFPS).

A 2016 consensus statement defined PFPS as “pain around/behind the patella (kneecap) that is aggravated by at least one activity that loads the patella during weight-bearing on a flexed knee.” This simply translates to pain at the kneecap during activities such as getting up from prolonged sitting, squatting, running, hopping, & taking the stairs. 🏋️

PFPS is also called runner’s knee, anterior knee pain, & historically has included chondromalacia patellae (CMP), although CMP specifically refers to softening of the cartilage under the patella.

The main causes of PFPS are:
1️⃣ overload/overuse due to sudden increase or changes in physical activities
2️⃣ changes in footwear or playing surfaces causing change in load distributions to the knee
3️⃣ poor lower limb biomechanics causing poor patellar tracking

The patella is a triangular shaped bone that has to glide & “track” the femur bone during movements. It also acts as a fulcrum for our knee extensor mechanism. In PFPS however, the patella does not track the femur properly, commonly translating too much laterally, creating overpressure or irritation to certain areas, resulting in pain.

Patellar tracking differs in individuals, & can be affected by
🔹individual anatomy differences or patellar orientation
🔹muscular dysfunctions
🔹foot posture differences

The most common muscular dysfunctions seen in PFPS are: imbalanced quadriceps muscles, weak hip muscles, tight iliotibial band (or rather, the muscle fibers that attach to the ITB), tight hamstrings & calf. Any of this can result in a dynamic valgus movement pattern, causing the patella to mal-track.

Not to worry…as most of these are modifiable, so you can prevent or improve your symptoms! A physiotherapist can assess & prescribe the right exercises for you, provide manual therapy or modalities, advise on training programme or timeline, & teach taping techniques.

DM or contact us at 82182905/62620970!

📝1. Crossley, K. M., van Middelkoop, M., Callaghan, M. J., Collins, N. J., Rathleff, M. S., & Barton, C. J. (2016). 2016 Patellofemoral pain consensus statement from the 4th International Patellofemoral Pain Research Retreat, Manchester. Part 2: recommended physical interventions (exercise, taping, bracing, foot orthoses and combined interventions). British journal of sports medicine, 50(14), 844-852.
📝2. Petersen, W., Rembitzki, I., & Liebau, C. (2017). Patellofemoral pain in athletes. Open access journal of sports medicine, 8, 143–154. https://doi.org/10.2147/OAJSM.S133406
📝3. Gaitonde, D. Y., Ericksen, A., & Robbins, R. C. (2019). Patellofemoral pain syndrome. American family physician, 99(2), 88-94.
📝4. Wilczyński, B., Zorena, K., & Ślęzak, D. (2020). Dynamic Knee Valgus in Single-Leg Movement Tasks. Potentially Modifiable Factors and Exercise Training Options. A Literature Review. International journal of environmental research and public health, 17(21), 8208. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph17218208
📝5. Mulcahey, M. K., Hettrich, C. M., & Liechti, D. (2020). Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome. OrthoInfo. https://orthoinfo.aaos.org/en/diseases--conditions/patellofemoral-pain-syndrome/

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Feb 18, 2022

Here at PhysioSports, we strive for Service Excellence and Gold-Standard in personalised treatment programmes for our patients.

If you

- Love physiotherapy (of course!),
- Highly motivated, enthusiastic and passionate in helping and improving patient outcomes through consultation, manual therapy, rehabilitation and planning appropriate evidence-based treatment programme based on individual needs,
- Have keen interest in Sports Injuries & Rehabilitation,
- Fit and fun.

We want you!

Qualifications:

- Recognised degree in Physiotherapy
- At least 5 years experience in related industry
- Fully registered with AHPC
- Client-centred and service-oriented
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
- Strong organisational skills
- Independent and team worker

What you can expect in this opportunity:

A good mentoring programme by the clinical director based on trust, confidentiality, mutual respect and sensitivity.

Send your CV and questions that you may have to [Email address hidden]

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Feb 4, 2022

Today we show some examples of exercises that can be used to rehabilitate a popliteus strain. Just to recap, the popliteus muscle is found at the back of the knee. It helps to "unlock" the knee by externally rotating the femur (or internally rotating the tibia), & is a knee stabilizer. 🦵

Surprisingly there's not that many research papers to look at with regards to the rehabilitation of a popliteus strain. However, Nyland et al. (2005) recommended a multiplanar task progression simulating the popliteus action in both weight-bearing & non weight-bearing positions, as well as to include exercises that improve 3-dimensional dynamic lower extremity postural stability. So here are some examples that we can draw from their article. 🤙

1️⃣ Prone banded knee, while trying to internally rotate tibia
2️⃣ Standing banded knee, while trying to internally rotate tibia
3️⃣ Stepping exercise, in different directions while maintaining pelvic stability
4️⃣ Cross-over hop, focus on push off
5️⃣ Continuous cross-over hop, focus on push off & landing

Give them a go & let us know! But do check in with your physiotherapist for assessment & exercise prescription. DM or call us at 62620970 / 82182905!📱

📝1. Nyland, J., Lachman, N., Kocabey, Y., Brosky, J., Altun, R., & Caborn, D. (2005). Anatomy, function, and rehabilitation of the popliteus musculotendinous complex. Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy, 35(3), 165-179.

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