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Knee Pain: Prevention and Treatment

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New evidence-based research every athlete and coach should know about.
 
Knee pain is the most common of all sports injuries – and not only for those athletes whose activities involve running flat out and changing direction at speed. Indeed, virtually every sport has its share of knee injuries and related problems.
So if you’ve played sport for any sustained period of time, chances are you’ve already experienced at least one bout of knee pain – be it a temporary and mild nuisance you’ve shrugged off, or a debilitating injury that forced you to seek specialist help. And if not, chances are you’re likely to suffer knee pain in the not-too-distant future.
But there’s good news for athletes, coaches and sports injury professionals alike.
Thanks to some important recent work in this area, sports scientists now know more than ever about the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of knee injuries. And now you too can share in these insights, courtesy of our brand new special report – Knee Pain: Prevention & Treatment.
What’s more I’m able to make this report available to you today at a special holiday discount. (See below for details.)
Knee Pain: Prevention & Treatment has been put together by Jane Taylor, Editor of Peak Performance’s sister newsletter Sports Injury Bulletin.
It’s a thorough, yet accessible distillation of the best practice thinking of twelve leading practitioners in this area – not mere theoreticians but highly-trained specialist professionals, each of whom deals with sports injury and rehabilitation on a daily or weekly basis:
 

  • Simon Ball : the orthopaedic specialist registrar at Kingston Hospital, Surrey, who has a particular interest in football and trauma
  • Diane Back FRCS Ed Orth : who is both a consultant in trauma and an orthopaedic surgeon at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital NHS Trust, London
  • Malcolm Davies : a specialist registrar in trauma and orthopaedics at Chase Farm Hospital, north London. He is also an elite triathlete
  • Matthew Dodd : specialist registrar at St George’s Hospital, London, with a special interest in knee injuries, football and rugby
  • Sean Fyfe : strength and conditioning coach and assistant tennis coach for the Tennis Australia National High Performance Academy based in Brisbane. He also runs his own sports physiotherapy clinic
  • Nick Grantham : strength and conditioning coach who has worked with elite athletes for the past 10 years. He has trained many of the country’s elite athletes, including Olympic and Paralympic finalists, and professionals in a multitude of sports. He now heads up the Strength and Conditioning team at GENR8 Fitness
  • Fares Haddad BScMCh (Orth) FRCS (Orth) : consultant orthopaedic surgeon at University College London Hospital and editorial consultant to Sports Injury Bulletin
  • Angus Lewis FRCS : orthopaedic consultant, trauma, and orthopaedic surgeon at Charing Cross Hospital, London
  • Sam Oussedik : specialist registrar in orthopaedics at Charing Cross Hospital, London. His primary interest is football.
  • Cameron Reid : an osteopath with 20 years experience. Based in Norfolk, England, he is a member of the Osteopathic Sports Care Association (OSCA) and works with Norwich City FC and the English Institute of Sport in Norfolk
  • Cate Streeten : works at Portland Physio Ltd, a busy practice in central London. She has a particular interest in the treatment of lower limb injuries with a bias towards biomechanics and functional rehabilitation.
  • Ryan Shulman : physiotherapist, surgical trainee and clinical fellow in orthopaedics at Basingstoke Hospital in Hampshire, UK. His main interest is clinical sports medicine and sports orthopaedics

Take advantage of our holiday discount and order today!
 
The bottom line? This 101-page timely guide for serious athletes, coaches and sports injury professionals gives you the benefit of literally decades of combined knowledge and experience in the treatment of sports injury.
Indeed, each individual chapter is worth more than the cover price of the report. (After all, imagine what it would cost just for a 30-minute consultation with any of the consultants, surgeons and other professionals listed above…)
Knee Pain: Prevention & Treatment dissects the major current debates in sports injury circles, analyses the very latest scientific findings about the causes and treatment of knee pain – then spells out in plain English their significance for the serious athlete, coach and sports injury professional.
Every page of this brand new report draws on the latest evidence-based thinking in sports science research – new findings that probably won’t percolate through to the general sporting press for many, many months, if they make it at all…
It’s a rare opportunity to assess the latest thinking on knee injuries for yourself, and decide how best to integrate it into your training and conditioning programme.
NB: the report even includes some handy ‘self-help’ tools for the serious athlete wanting to tackle their own niggling knee pain without necessarily having to go to all the expense of retaining a specialist physician or physiotherapist.

 
Minimise your chances of knee injury with this special report or read on for further details
 
Read our brand new report on knee pain today and here are just some of the facts you’ll learn:

  • Glucosamine: it’s a very popular knee-related supplement, but does it really work? We report on two new double-blind, randomised studies
  • Cartilage Tears: what practical steps can you take to guard against this common injury?
  • Patellar Tendinitis: which athletes are most at risk of injury – and why?
  • Self-Diagnosis for Athletes: how to diagnose and fix your own niggling knee injuries
  • Joint Replacement: how injured athletes of any age can get a new lease of life
  • ACL Injuries: why are women far more likely than men to suffer – and what can they do about it?
  • Patellofemoral Pain: what’s the best way to alleviate this common problem

 
What’s more, postage & packing is free. And you’ve got 30 days in the convenience of your own home, sports clinic or club to decide whether or not you want to keep the book or return it for a full refund.

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  • A $25 saving : the price of Knee Pain: Prevention & Treatment is a full $25 less than the official cover price. You pay just $34.99 (£21.69), instead of the normal price of $59.99.
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