Lower Limb Tendon Pain – 10 Things To Avoid

Lower Limb Tendon Pain - 10 Things To Avoid

Now that the silly season has come to an end, lots of us have the urge to kick our new year’s resolutions into gear.

While making healthy changes is always a good thing, many people find that with a change of pace, particularly exercise, a whole range of problems can arise.

Tendon issues are one of the most common problems we see when people drastically change their routine. This is due to tendons reacting poorly to big changes in loading levels. For some, this can mean going from one run a week to three.  For others, it can be just simply starting a new routine with a daily walk to work.

Here is a nice video explaining some of the things to watch out for when it comes to lower limb tendon issues.

If you are struggling with lower limb pain or an injury that is holding you back, we’d love to help you get on track. Contact our rooms via the information below for more information.

Please note that information provided in this article is general advice only. For individual advice, we recommend a consultation. For more information or if you are experiencing some lower limb pain and would like to book an appointment, you can…

  • Contact our friendly reception team on 9822 4999 (Armadale) or 9486 0512 (East Melbourne)
  • Book online. Select ‘make a booking’ in the top right-hand corner of the screen and follow the prompts
  • Email us on [email protected]
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In February 2005 Gen and Libby moved their one room practice to Albert St East Melbourne. They had expanded to 2 treatment rooms, an exercise studio and a pilates studio with a small team of physiotherapists and one receptionist. This was exciting as they wanted to be able to help more people and to grow their team – enabling their other passion: teaching and mentoring clinicians who also wanted to work within the Women’s, Men’s and Pelvic Health arena.

5 years later, they expanded their East Melbourne clinic and in 2015 opened their second clinic in Armadale.

Remedial Massage, Myotherapy and Dietetics have been an exciting addition in recent years, with Podiatry and Exercise Physiology being added in 2022.

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