Treating Proximal Hamstring Tendinopathy – Not Just For Runners Maryke from Sports Injury Physio talks about why we develop PHT. Maryke explains the causes and treatments, the effects of some inflammatory diseases, the menopause, relative rest and what exercises to do and why.
The Most Comprehensive Clinical Paper On Proximal Hamstring Tendinopathy This clinical paper is written by four of the worlds top tendon specialists: Tom S.H. Goom, Dr. Peter Malliaris, Michael P. Reiman and Craig R Purdam. https://www.jospt.org/doi/10.2519/jospt.2016.5986
Dr. Michael Braccio, sports chiropractor based in Seattle, explains how proximal hamstring tendinopathy is diagnosed and a treatment strategy for it. Video 8.59 mins long.
Three Exercises To Avoid With PHT Video James Dunn sports injuries rehabilitation expert demonstrates what three exercises to avoid when you have proximal hamstring tendinopathy. Video 4.15 mins.
Professor Jill Cook Explains Concepts in Tendinopathy Rehabilitation A little give away – the changed pathology remains but the tendon grows more good tissue until there is more good tissue than a tendon with normal pathology! Recently termed the donut effect.
Why You Feel Grief When Injured And How To Manage These Feelings Many people say the hardest part of being injured is the impact on their mental health. On top of that lots of people take up sport to improve their mental health or as a coping mechanism. Many sporting events are social events. People […]
James Dunn, Sports Rehabilitation Specialist, Ex Pro Rugby Player and Marathon Runner’s Complete Guide to PHT Proximal Hamstring Tendinopathy: a Real Pain in the Butt for Runners
Proximal Hamstring Tendinopathy Recovery Stories Corina Barbaza Weber’s Recovery After fighting for almost one year PHT, just completed now a pain free, injury free half marathon in 1h37min, beating my 2016 PB. For everyone out there who is exasperated of not being able to sit without pain, let alone bend forward or run, I tell […]
Survey of PHT Community Members Voting For The Most Helpful Treatments https://www.surveymonkey.com/results/SM-8HX6PL377/
This website is dedicated to proximal hamstring tendinopathy. There’s a link to a global Facebook community where people share their experiences and support each other. You are not alone with this. Talk to people who have successfully recovered from proximal hamstring tendinopathy and returned to running, sitting and a pain free life. Proximal hamstring tendinopathy […]
Apart from the pain and frustration, one of the biggest challenges with proximal hamstring tendinopathy is sitting. Your upper body weight pushes through your hamstring tendons. However, your semimembranosus hamstring tendon is copping most of the pressure due to it’s position. There’s three tendon parts attaching the three hamstring muscles to the ischial tuberosity (area […]