January 11, 2018
Being more active this year is probably lot of people’s New Year resolution but injuries can happen, and they often involve our knees.
If you suffer with a knee problem or injury then i'm sure you will know that the pain can be quite debilitating, and frustrating because it impacts your mobility.
Knee injuries and problems can affect people of all ages, its the largest joint in the body, and one of the most easily injured.
Of course Knee injuries are also very common during sports like football... and according to the BBC sports website, last year’s Premier League had more knee ligament injuries than in any of the past five seasons (28 injuries in total, with the ACL (Anterior Cruciate Ligaments) being the most common).
What’s causing my knee pain?
Some of the most popular problems are runner’s knee, tendinitis, sprained ligaments and meniscus tears; but there are other reasons that can also cause knee pain. You can read below some of the most common:
How to prevent knee injuries and pain
Preventing knee injuries is not an easy task. Taking precautions to reduce risk can always help, also wearing appropriate clothes and protective gear.
Having a proper nutrition, especially for athletes, should be a must. Protein, calcium, and vitamin D are essential for maintaining healthy bones, muscles, and ligaments.
Which Benecare products are the most convenient?
We have a wide range of products to support, protect and help knees to recover. Products include knee stabilisers, knee braces and knee splints.
November 19, 2018
One of the most common injuries to occur in runners;: shin splints. They can be both painful and tiresome, and if you don’t look after yourself, they can be a long-standing problem. Here’s the FAQs to answer all of your shin splint queries and worries.
The part of the body made famous by Greece’s most feared warrior – Achilles. An achilles heel injury can be an extremely painful one, particularly among runners. The achilles tendon connects the gastrocnemius and soleus calf muscles to the back of the heel bone.