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ACL Injury | Bursitis Knee | Chondromalacia Patella | Corked Thigh | Cramps | Discoid Meniscus | DOMS – Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness | Fibromyalgia | Hamstring Strain | ITB Syndrome | Knee Ligament Injuries | Knee Replacement | Meniscus Tear | Muscle Strain (Muscle Pain) | Osgood Schlatter’s | Overuse Injuries Patella Tendonitis (Tendinopathy) | Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome | Pinched Nerve Plica Syndrome | Rheumatoid Arthritis | Sinding Larsen Johansson Syndrome |Stress Fracture | Thigh Strain | Anterior Knee Pain | Medial Collateral Ligament |

Runners Knee | Jumper Knee | Housemaids Knee | Fat Pad impingement | Half Knee Replacement | Tibial Osteotomy | Femoral Osteotomy | Knee Arthroscopy | Osteochondral Defects

Knee pain and discomfort are some of the most common issues we treat at Physiolistic.

Common injuries that we see in clinic include anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) sprains or rehabilitation of surgical reconstructions of the ACL, and other ligament sprains including the medial collateral ligament (MCL), lateral collateral ligament (LCL) and posterior cruciate ligament (PCL).

Cartilage and meniscal cartilage injuries are also common within this part of the knee. Both acute ligament and cartilage / meniscal injuries often occur when a compression plus rotational force is put through the knee. This commonly occurs in sports such as football and skiing. Treatment can range from conservative physiotherapy to reconstructive surgery depending on the type and severity of the injury and the future functional demands of the patient.

Degenerative problems such as osteoarthritis can commonly affect this component of the knee in adults as well.


One of the differences that you’ll notice with Physiolistic treatment is the thorough analysis of WHY you actually have your knee pain, rather than only treating your symptomatic pain. We strongly believe that if you don’t correct why you are vulnerable to knee pain then it is only a matter of time before your knee pain returns.

A thorough knee and lower limb assessment is therefore crucial, to ensure the correct treatment is provided allowing you to be more flexible, mobile and pain free.

Your next step?
Book an initial assessment...

Our physiotherapists will assess, treat and devise a care plan in order to help you return to what you love to do. 

 45 mins | £70.00

This is what you can expect from your initial assessment appointment with us.


Your physio will discuss your case history to better understand your problem and how best they can help you


A number of objective assessments and physical tests to assess your problem and make a diagnosis


Treatment which is tailored to your diagnosis including manual therapy, exercises and technology


Providing you with a care plan and treatment options with time scales and frequency to help you get back to doing what you love

If you have any queries please contact
us, we are more than happy to help.

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