Baker’s Cyst Knee Physiotherapy

knee swelling knee pain knee stiffness So you must know behind our knees there is this structure called the popliteal bursa, it’s a pretty small fluid-filled pocket that is located between the hamstring muscle tendon and knee bone, and it’s #1 job is to reduce friction. These popliteal cysts tends to affect patients who are … Read more

Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Tear Physiotherapy

Our anterior cruciate ligament, also known as the ACL, is a very strong ligament in the center front of our knees (there is a back one too, called the posterior cruciate ligament). This ligament is pretty strong, and are typically injured (mild to full tears) to individuals who are very sporty, especially those who participate … Read more