How to Avoid and Treat the Iliotibial Band Syndrome



When an injury keeps you from enjoying your favorite sport, cycling, this is exactly the time you get in touch with specialist who understands how to make things better for you.

To help all those who may have suffered from tenderness and pain on the otter part of their thighs, it is advisable to spend some time at the following article from, where physiotherapist and osteopath Lewis Wood lends a helping hand to make cyclists understand their injuries and how to deal with them while cycling.

Get further info about thigh & knee iliotibial band (ITB) syndrome here

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