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What is femoroacetabular impingement (FAI)?

In my last post, I talked about how I managed to tear my hip cartilage while playing tennis; and I mentioned that a common cause of cartilage tears is femoroacetabular impingement, or FAI. Although the concept of hip impingement was first recorded in 1936, it wasn’t until the early 2000s...

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Lazy Bum Epidemic: Stabilise

Over the past few weeks, I've been writing about the phenomenon of gluteal imbalance, which we've dubbed the Lazy Bum Epidemic.  In How Skeletal Muscles Work, I wrote about the three different types of skeletal muscle: prime movers, local stabilisers and global stabilisers - how they function when everything's...

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Lazy Bum Epidemic: Release

Over the past few weeks, I've been writing about the phenomenon of gluteal imbalance, which we've dubbed the Lazy Bum Epidemic.  In How Skeletal Muscles Work, I wrote about the three different types of skeletal muscle: prime movers, local stabilisers and global stabilisers - how they function when everything's...

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What is the RSM Model?

Over the past few weeks, I've been writing about How Skeletal Muscles Work, and what happens when they go wrong and you create a muscle imbalance.  Today, I'm writing with the good news - how you can treat muscle imbalance using our unique RSM Model - Release, Stabilise and...

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Case study: Life after breast cancer

Recovering from breast cancer isn’t just about surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy – it’s also important to maintain your movement, especially around the shoulder, so that you can get back to a fairly normal life.  Meet our lovely patient Jill, who’s managing just that.

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One of our physiotherapists explains anatomy to a patient in our London clinic
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Health & Performance Pyramid: Health Layer – Physiotherapy

Here at Victory, we don’t just look at the bit that hurts. Instead, the physios at Victory play “detective”, to work out the underlying cause of your problem, starting with a 90 minute assessment to find out what’s really going on with your body and work out a plan of action…

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