Category: Biomechanics

Consensus statement on Patellofemoral pain: Part 1

linkphysio | June 29, 2016

Patellofemoral pain (PFP) is a common condition of the knee that is characterized by the pain behind and around the patella. It is present in 7 – 28% of population and is slightly more common in women. As different researchers define the condition differently in their research, so do the clinicians. This results in difference […]

Do you RUN for various reasons? If yes, you are at risk for injuries!!!

linkphysio | October 19, 2015

Many of us run for various reasons including reasons such as weight reduction, training heart and lungs, improving body functions, staying fit and healthy and few of us run as a hobby. No matter what is the reason for running, the intent is good. However, we are at RISK of running related injuries. Almost 80% […]

Tear of Fascia Cruris: A new Diagnosis to consider in Achillodynia

linkphysio | October 17, 2015

Treating any condition requires knowledge of various sources of symptoms that may elicit pain. These sources of symptoms could arise from tendons, ligaments, bones, muscles, nerves and fascia. The treatment of the pain or problem will differ based on the structures involved. Thus, accurate diagnosis of the problem is required for which clinicians need to […]

Knee Joint- Functional Anatomy and Biomechanics

linkphysio | May 12, 2015

This post contains series of powerpoint presentations intended to introduce knee functional anatomy and biomechanics of knee joint.