Touch Injuries

MCL Sprain / MCL Tear (Medial Collateral Ligament Sprain)
MCL sprain (Medial ligament sprain) or MCL injury is damage to the ligament on the inside of the knee. It is often caused by twisting or an impact to the outside of the knee.
Further information.

ACL Injuries
ACL sprains are usually fairly obvious that they've done it. When they're coming off the pitch they will often tell you that something has popped.
Further information

Ankle Sprain
Ankle sprains are some of the most common sports injuries, often recurring again and again.  A sprained ankle or twisted ankle as it is sometimes known, is a common cause of ankle pain. A sprain is stretching and or tearing of ligaments (you sprain a ligament and strain a muscle).
Further information

Groin Strain (Adductor muscle tear)
A groin strain is a tear or rupture to any one of the five adductor muscles. We explain the symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation including sports massage and exercises.
Further information

Hamstring Strain
A hamstring strain involves over-stretching or a tear of one of the 3 hamstring muscles at the back of the thigh – biceps femoris, semimembranosus, and semitendinosus. Strains can vary from a mild tightening of the muscle to a rupture of the muscle.

Shin Splints
The term shin splints is a common name often given to any shin pain at the front of the lower leg. However, true shin splints symptoms occur at the front inside of the shin bone and can arise from a number of causes.
Further information

Calf Strain
A calf strain is an injury to the muscles of the back of the leg. The calf muscles span the distance from the knee to the ankle, becoming the Achilles tendon in the lower part of the leg. The calf muscle is made of three major muscles, the two gastrocnemius muscles and the soleus muscle.

Achilles Tendonitis
Achilles Tendonitis or achilles tendinosis is a common cause of achilles pain at the back of the ankle.
Further information

Finger Injuries
A broken finger is a break or fracture in any one of the 3 small phalange bones which make up each finger.  Fractures to the fingers may be common but it is important to get them checked out and treated properly. If a bone heals out of alignment, this could cause future problems, as well as looking strange.
Further information



Core Strengthening & Core Stability
Further information