NECK AND BACK
Neck pain refers to pain arising from damage to structures in the neck. This can occur following a movement such as bending forward or twisting your neck.
The menisci in the knee are most commonly injured when the knee is twisted. This often occurs when changing directions quickly whilst the foot is fixed on the ground.
An adductor muscle strain refers to a tear in one of the muscles which run down the inside of the thigh. An adductor muscle strain typically occurs when the muscle is overstretched or forcibly contracted, or a combination of both.
FOOT AND ANKLE
A lateral ligament injury usually refers to a tear of one or more of the ligaments on the outside (lateral aspect) of the ankle. The lateral ligaments consist of three bands which provide stability to the outside of the ankle joint.
Commonly referred to as ‘tennis elbow’, extensor tendinopathy refers to degeneration and inflammation within the tendons on the outside of the elbow. These tendons connect the forearm muscles to the arm bone.
WRIST AND HAND
Often referred to a ‘Colles’ fracture’, a fracture of the distal radius and ulna refers to a break in the forearm bones just above the wrist joint. A fracture of the distal radius and ulna are most frequently caused by a fall where you land on an outstretched hand.
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The rotator cuff refers to a group of four small muscles which run from the shoulder blade to the top of the arm bone. They support and move the shoulder joint.