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Meniscus Tears


The meniscus is the padding in between the two long bones of the lower leg, the femur (thigh bone) and tibia (shinbone).

Meniscal injuries are generally classed as sudden onset (acute) or wear and tear (degenerative).

Treatment includes exercises to optimise bending and straightening while improving muscle strength and coordination. 

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Meniscus Damage

The meniscus often develops micro-tears through normal life and occasionally larger tears related to a twisting or landing injury.
The damaged meniscus cannot be repaired and is generally cut out, which can increase the onset of osteo-arthritis. Studies increasingly show that surgical intervention is best avoided.

Meniscus Treatment

When our physios are deciding on the best management for meniscus injuries, it’s best not to focus too much on MRI findings.
Studies show that over 50% of people over the age of 50 will show meniscus tears on MRI, even if they have no knee pain, and the relationship between tears on MRI and knee dysfunction is quite low. Our treatments focus on how the knee is functioning in regards to pain, swelling, exercise tolerance and balance.


Our rehab facilities are excellent with a fully equipped mini-gym onsite including leg-press and extensive range of balance and agility training tools.

Sport Specific Rehabilitation

We also offer out-of-clinic rehabilitation with group rehab classes each Saturday in Fort Canning Park. These classes are a great way to target the specific demands of your sport for late stage rehabilitation.