Meniscus Tear

Rosi Sexton The menisci of the knee are two pads of cartilage that sit between the thigh bone (femur) and the lower leg (tibia). Normally they cushion the knee joint and help to prevent friction between the ends of the bones. Sometimes a meniscus can become damaged or...

Painkillers & Anti-inflammatories

Blog  This article isn’t a substitute for individual medical advice. We strongly recommend seeking advice from your doctor or a pharmacist about any medication. Fighters have differing attitudes to the use of painkillers and anti-inflammatories. There are those...

Separated Rib

Blog What is it? A costochondral separation is an injury to the ribcage that is relatively common in combat sports. It is sometimes called a “separated rib” or a “dislocated rib”. The ribs are connected to the sternum (breastbone) by bands of cartilage. Sometimes the...

Finger Injuries

Blog There’s no doubt that grappling arts such as judo, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and wrestling can be tough on the fingers. This is an area that is often neglected when we talk about injury rehabilitation and prevention. I put together a short video looking at some...

A tale of two neck cranks

Blog The can-opener vs the crucifix Neck cranks may be one of the most frequently misunderstood submissions in the MMA fighter’s repertoire. Few fights end by neck crank, but are feared nevertheless because of their potential to cause serious injury. They can also be...
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