Pain - Identifying children who develop chronic pain after a fracture injury
The Apatella TM grant is £23,500 for research into knee pain, awarded by Manchester Metropolitan University. The lead applicant is Professor James Selfe.
Knee pain is common and will affect most of us at some point during our lives and is not often a sign of a serious problem. Learn about the causes, symptoms, exercises and treatments.
Osteoarthritis (OA) of the knee
The knee is one of the joints most commonly affected by osteoarthritis. Learn about the causes, symptoms and treatment.
E-rehab for Knee Pain
A clinical trial to evaluate the benefit of two different electronic rehabilitation programmes for people with persistent knee pain.
Top tips to help knee pain
Learn more about the ways you can manage your knee pain. This includes exercise advice, eating healthily and ways to ease pain.
Back pain is very common and usually doesn’t have a serious cause. Learn about treatments, exercises and other ways to manage back pain.
Knee pain - Increasing the activity of older people with long-term pain
Learn more about our research into whether a walking programme (iPOPP) will encourage people over the age of 65 to be more active - improving their joint pain.
What are the links between sport, exercise and osteoarthritis?
Learn how sport, exercise and osteoarthritis are linked, including knee problems for runners, MSK health in the military, and work in prevention and treatment.
Watch videos of ultrasound knee scans, including longitudinal and transverse scans of suprapatellar, infrapatellar, lateral, medial, posterior medial/lateral.
Knee to chest (single)
Watch a healthcare professional video of the single knee to chest exercise for back pain. The patient lays on their back and hugs each knee to their chest.
Knee roll (front view)
Watch our exercise video on how to do a knee roll (front view). Lay on your back with bent knees, let them roll to one side, keeping knees and feet together.
Knee roll (side view)
Watch our exercise video on how to do a knee roll (side view). Lay on your back with bent knees, let them roll to one side, keeping knees and feet together.
Lateral transverse scan of the knee
Watch our healthcare professional video of the lateral transverse scan of the knee. The patella and femoral condyle are visualised from the midpatellar level.
What helps hip pain?
Hip pain is a really common problem and there are ways to help yourself with exercise and certain treatments.
Your questions on pain relief
Read our professional answers to your questions about pain relief, including arthritis in the spine, Scheuermann's disease, shoulder pain and knee pain.