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  • Physio Performance's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:04 PM
    Hi there, Thanks for your detailed description which is a big help. From what you are describing it sounds like the pain is coming from your groin/hip. Your symptoms suggest a hip problem, possibly hip impingement or a torn labrum (cartilage). To test this at home, lie on your back and using your hands, pull your right knee up to your left shoulder. This compresses the hip joint and would indicate a hip problem if painful. Also a deep squat could be painful.
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  • possumphysio's Avatar
    05-04-2020, 07:48 AM
    possumphysio started a discussion Hi in group Physio Elite
    Hi anyone here keen to chat?
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  • possumphysio's Avatar
    05-04-2020, 07:35 AM
    Proper dead lifting technique is essential. - - - Updated - - - There are a lot of good treatment for back pain technique from the famous Australian physiotherapist David Bulter https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ABAS3tkkuE - - - Updated - - - " back pain extending to knees and shoulders" shows it may be a nerve problem, have you seen a physio to get a proper diagnosis and treatment?
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  • Shehryar's Avatar
    03-04-2020, 09:26 PM
    Hello everyone. I have had a bad posture from 5-6 years but only noticed this couple years ago. I guess it is a result of bad lifestyle. i have searched online about how to correct this but i feel my issue is a little different so I wanted to get help from experts. Here i have attached my images. Problems that I see: 1- uneven shoulders 2- asymmetrical neck (inclined to one side which makes my head tilted. 3- head leaned forward. Can someone have a look and suggest exercises to...
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  • TimeToGo's Avatar
    03-04-2020, 06:22 AM
    Hi I wouldn't normally post here but I've had this problem for months now, it's getting me down, and my physio appointment got cancelled because it was 2 days after lockdown :( So basically I've been having pain in my right leg, but if you asked me to point to where specifically, I'd have a hard time choosing between my quad, my groin and my knee because it just generally aches. Things that trigger it are: Moving my right foot towards the left side of my body (adduction, I guess?). ...
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  • Elastigirl's Avatar
    03-04-2020, 04:21 AM
    Hello, Just wondering if this range of motion in the knee is normal? Lately my knees have been feeling unstable, and I can't run for more than 10 mins without pain. The pain on running has been going on for years, always hits at about the 10 min mark and is quite debilitating, but goes away pretty quickly if i stop running. Yes, I am overweight at the moment but this was happening even when I was thin and fit. Im mostly just curious as to whether that degree of rotational movement...
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  • gagliardisports247's Avatar
    31-03-2020, 07:17 PM
    Im glad this was brought up. Im also having the same issue after weightlifting. I also dont know if it ahs anything to do with playing basketball.
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