Physiotherapy can help you manage muscle, bone and joint problems. Read about musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions and self-management advice.
Information on what to do if you're waiting on a hip or knee replacement.
How to look after wrist, hand and finger problems and when to see your GP
Chronic or persistent pain is pain that lasts longer than 12 weeks, or beyond the natural healing time
Learn about degenerative cervical myelopathy symptoms and treatments
Learn about greater trochanteric pain syndrome symptoms and treatments
Plantar heel pain, or pain in the heel at the sole of the foot, is a common foot problem. This is called plantar fasciopathy, which used to be known as plantar fasciitis.
Learn exercises to help with calf and ankle muscle or joint problems
Learn exercises to help with greater trochanteric pain syndrome
Learn exercises to help with problems with joints in the hands and fingers
Learn exercises to help with thigh muscle or joint problems
The information on this page will help you understand your clavicle (collar bone) injury and the best way to manage it.
Information about elbow (radial head) or neck fractures, exercises to help and the recovery process.
Information about a metacarpal fracture of the hand, including advice on how the injury is managed.