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This blog was created with the aim to write about my experiences in the field of physiotherapy and sports medicine.

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March 2021

Medial tibial stress syndrome and Medial tibial stress fracture

Effect of prehabilitation on the outcome of anterior cruciate ligament rekonstruction

Single leg hop for distance symmetry masks lower limb biomechanics: time to discuss hop distance as decision criterion for return to sport afterACL reconstruction?

Early surgical reconstruction versus rehabilitation with electivedelayed reconstruction for patients with anterior cruciateligament rupture: COMPARE randomised controlled trial

January 2021

Core Strength Training Can Alter Neuromuscular and Biomechanical Risk Factors for Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury

December 2020

Journal Club on Self-reported pain with single leg heel raise or single leg hop offer distinct information as measures of severity in men with midportion and insertional Achilles tendinopathy: An observational cross-sectional study

My shoulder press progression

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A TEN TASK-BASED PROGRESSION IN REHABILITATION AFTER ACL RECONSTRUCTION: FROM POST-SURGERY TO RETURN TO PLAY – A CLINICAL COMMENTARY

November 2020

Blood Flow Restriction Combined with Electrical Stimulation Attenuates Thigh Muscle Disuse Atrophy

October 2020

Qatar – Recency Desert Camp

June 2020

Flatting the curve. Effect on 16 weeks Squat training and 8 weeks detraining. 1981 study

Journal club on Isometric training and long‐term adaptations: Effects of muscle length, intensity, and intent: A systematic review. Oranchuk et al. (2018)

Better reporting standards are needed to enhance the quality of hop testing in the setting of ACL return to sport decisions: a narrative review

May 2020

Journal Club: Knee Extension Deficit in the Early Postoperative Period Predisposes to Cyclops Syndrome After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: A Risk Factor Analysis in 3633 Patients From the SANTI Study Group

Early phase of ACL rehabilition

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what is plyometric training

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Fasting during Ramadan effect on performance

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The running man – you peak when you’re 27 year.
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REACTIVE TENDINOPATHY

The elite athlete described above is likely to have “reactive tendinopathy”. This term refers to an acute overload of the tendon causing thickening and pain in the tendon. It is more common in the young athlete and is produced through increases in training load or commencement in training if previously sedentary. Imaging studies at this time show mild fusiform swelling. The proposed treatment is a period of relative rest and analgesia.

DYSREPAIR TENDON

This involves a worsening of the tendon pathology with breakdown of the tendon matrix. The symptoms are likely to have been present for longer. It may be possible to see some hypoechoic areas or neovascularity within the tendon on ultrasound.

DEGENERATION TENDINOPATHY

This stage generally occurs after the symptoms have been present for a prolonged period. It is more common in older athletes, like the recreational athlete described above. Tendon changes, including neovascularity and hypoechoic regions, are common during this stage. These patients are likely best treated with aggressive eccentric strengthening.

 

SUGGESTED READING

Is tendon pathology a continuum? A pathology model to explain the clinical presentation of load-induced tendinopathy.Cook J and Purdam C

British Journal of Sports Medicine 2009; 43; 409-416

 

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