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Hamstring Strains - Dr Ralph Rogers MD PhD MBA

Medical Director The London Sports Injury Clinic 108 Harley Street

Hamstring injuries are a common injury in sports especially if participating in activities that require sprinting, such as track, basketball and football. Usually referred to simply as the hamstring, it is the group of three muscles and bordering tendons at the back of the thigh and knee: the semitendionsus, semimembranosus, and biceps femoris.

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Rectus Femoris Injuries - Dr Ralph Rogers MD PhD MBA

Medical Director The London Sports Injury Clinic 108 Harley Street

The rectus femoris muscle is one of four quadriceps muscle and is composed of fibers appropriate for rapid forceful activity. Its characteristics may explain why this muscle is particularly vulnerable to eccentric stress forces and injured in forceful movements such as when starting to sprint or kicking a ball.

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Alex Sexton from England Netball headed down to 108 Harley Street to learn about the latest offer being given to our members.

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Don't Make a mountain out of a Mole!

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Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy (PRP): Platelet Rich Plasma therapy is now available in the UK and is giving relief to people with chronic conditions. Judy Hobson reports

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Cramp and Exercise

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Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Injuries

Dr Ralph Rogers MD PhD MBA

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Soft Tissue Injury and the Use of Platelet Rich Plasma In Athletes

Dr Ralph Rogers MD PhD MBA. Medical Director The London Sports Injury Clinic 108 Harley Street.

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