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Aqua Physio Case Studies


Case Study - Hamstring Injury In Semi Professional Footballer

A semi-professional football player had sustained a hamstring injury while reaching with his leg to control a ball. He was managed pitch side by his team physiotherapist and referred for a MRI. On imaging it showed a grade 1-2 tear of the biceps femoris (hamstring) tendon between the long and short head, with a large amount of oedema.

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Case Study - An Ultra-runner with a stress fracture

AH is a 57 year old female ultra-runner who suffers from Osteoporosis and was referred to AquaPhysio after suffering a stress fracture to her 1st metatarsal. Her initial goal was to be able to maintain her fitness levels while the fracture healed as she was unable to run on land at all for 6 weeks.

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Case Study - ACL Reconstruction

After an ACL rupture and reconstruction in 2017, BW was referred to AquaPhysio for a rehabilitation programme to safely strengthen his legs, with emphasis on the hamstrings and quadriceps to better support the stability of his knee.

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Case Study: Inflammatory Disease

SG is a 44 year old woman who was originally diagnosed with Adult Stills disease in 1997, a rare inflammatory disease similar to Rheumatoid Arthritis that affects fewer than 1 out of 100,000 people each year.

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Case Study - Patient with a fractured thigh bone

DS is a good amateur level endurance cyclist. He was cycling to work in central London in July 2016 and was involved in a collision with a motorist. After x-rays were taken at St Thomas’s hospital it was established he had a complete fracture to his right femur (thigh bone).

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