The Osgood Schlatters Blog

Myths busted, science explained and tips for helping you navigate the often confusing advice surrounding Osgood Schlatters and other growth based injuries.

We have successfully solved 1,000s of Osgood Schlatters cases and have worked closely with researchers and physical therapists to validate and rigorously test our methods and practices. You will find the results of our analysis and research below.

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The secret to curing Osgood Schlatters

Today I’m going to reveal how to cure Osgood Schlatter Disease in a matter of weeks.

We have been quickly and quietly fixing this serious and painful problem for well over a decade. Time and time again we have defied conventional wisdom, and rapidly put young athletes back on the court or field pain-free while they are still in the middle of a growth spurt. It is one of the meaningful rehabilitations we do at Core Advantage.

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Osgood Schlatters Knowledge Base

All the answers to the little and big questions you might have: knee braces, taping, ice, heat, how long to rest etc can be found here.

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What is Osgood Schlatter Disease?

To understand our Osgood-Schlatter Disease (OSD) training program, you first need to understand the problem.

Put simply, Osgood Schlatters Disease occurs when the thigh bone (femur) grows too fast for the longest quad muscle (rectus femoris) to keep up.

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Can you play sport with Osgood Schlatter?

There aren’t many things more frustrating for a young athlete to be told they must sit out six or more months of sport because of their Osgood Schlatters pain.

This is especially frustrating for us because most cases, (depending on the severity of your pain levels), you simply don’t have to miss any sport with Osgood Schlatters, if you are smart about it. Read more…

Want to beat your Osgood pain in a matter of weeks?

Suitable for athletes of all ages, even those currently in pain, this seven week program can be completed at home or in the gym in less than 20 minutes a day.

It is not uncommon for athletes to have almost no pain within the first two weeks.