ILIOTIBIAL BAND (ITB) HUB 

GENERAL ITB SYNDROME INFORMATION

ITB Friction Syndrome - What is it?


The iliotibial band tract is a thick band of fascia that runs on the outside of the thigh from the hip region (iliac crest) and inserts at the knee. ITBFS is one of the most common injuries in runners presenting with lateral knee pain, with an incidence estimated to between 5% and 14% depending on what research you read.





GOLD STANDARD ITB TREATMENT OPTIONS

ITB Syndrome - GOLD STANDARD TREATMENT AND REHABILITATION


The Lower Extremity Group offers to you the Gold Standard in Lower extremity injury rehabilitation. We utilise a World Class rehabilitation program for ITBS pain, and this is deilvered to you online in the comfort of your own home. All you have to do is follow our easy to use evidence based plan to treat and manage your ITBS pain. This online program contains 4 complete weeks of revolutionary rehabilitation guides to help you manage and treat your ITBS pain issues every single day. We deliver our evidence-based daily ITBS pain management program via our amazing app, which is very easy for you to follow and includes 28 days of; Progressive neuromuscular exercises that will strengthen the muscles around the foot and ankle and help reduce the pain associated with ITBS pain. 5 progressive levels of evidence based rehabilitation that do not require expensive equpiment Passive and dynamic mobility exercises to increase range of motion and tissue extensibility of mucles and fascia ​Myofascial massage exercises Using the app will enable you to understand when to apply the various exercises to help manage ITBS pain Plus more We offer online consultations as a part of the rehabiliation precess to help you rehabilitate and manage your ITBS pain Issues. ​Our experienced therapists have taken these aforementioned technical modalities and simplified them into easy to watch videos for you to follow and complete. These are delivered daily to your smart device within our ITBS painmanagement program. Book in today - Online or in clinic





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