A selection of the research and articles our clinicians have completed or are currently undertaking.

Measuring Power, Force and Strength following ACL surgery using ForceDecks technology – a clinical study

Test and assess your lower limb muscle performance as part of study being conducted in collaboration with Queen Mary University.

Research: Can intraarticular corticosteroid injections help with knee osteoarthritis

Dr Simon Lack discusses if corticosteroid injections can help with the short term pain relief of osteoarthritis in the knee, what are the long-term benefits, if any, and if we should be looking at this from another perspective.

Research: Force Decks & Post ACLR Outcomes

Can the use of Force Decks substantially support the recovery and measured outcomes of post ACLR patients?

Research: is this single study enough to be advocating Blood Flow Restriction training for lateral elbow tendinopathies?

We explore this topic in reference to research report Low-Load Resistance Training With Blood Flow Restriction Is Effective for Managing Lateral Elbow Tendinopathy: A Randomized, Sham-Controlled Trial.

Resources for GP’s

Our specialists have created a number of resources for GP’s to use in clinic when presented with musculoskeletal conditions.

Research: Low Back Pain & Spondylolysis

This research evaluates whether the one-legged hyperextension test can assist in the clinical detection of active spondylolysis.

Research: Hip Exercise Prescription & Knee Pain

Synthesis of the literature exploring the effects and mechanisms for hip focused rehabilitation exercise in individuals with front of knee pain.

Research: Lower Limb & Orthoses

Investigating how in-shoe foot orthoses immediately affect the movement of the hip and knee.