Stress fractures of the foot & ankle [infographic]
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by Running Physio
5d ago
Our articles are not designed to replace medical advice. If you have an injury we recommend seeing a qualified health professional. To book an appointment with Tom Goom (AKA ‘The Running Physio’) visit our clinic page. We offer both in-person assessments and online consultations. There are lots of potential stress fracture sites around the foot […] The post Stress fractures of the foot & ankle [infographic] appeared first on RunningPhysio ..read more
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5 top tips on managing a flare up
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by Running Physio
1w ago
Our articles are not designed to replace medical advice. If you have an injury we recommend seeing a qualified health professional. To book an appointment with Tom Goom (AKA ‘The Running Physio’) visit our clinic page. We offer both in-person assessments and online consultations. It’s rare to see someone sail through rehab without at least […] The post 5 top tips on managing a flare up appeared first on RunningPhysio ..read more
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Running Repairs is coming to France!
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by Running Physio
2w ago
I’m very excited to announce that I’ll be presenting the Running Repairs Course in France for the first time ever this June! I’ve teamed up with Physio-Learning to bring you our 2 day course in Paris on June 22nd and 23rd. The course is designed to help you in all aspects of assessment and treatment […] The post Running Repairs is coming to France! appeared first on RunningPhysio ..read more
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Why do runners feel tight?
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by Running Physio
2w ago
Our articles are not designed to replace medical advice. If you have an injury we recommend seeing a qualified health professional. To book an appointment with Tom Goom (AKA ‘The Running Physio’) visit our clinic page. We offer both in-person assessments and online consultations. The last time I raced a 10km I was tight for […] The post Why do runners feel tight? appeared first on RunningPhysio ..read more
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Why 3 sets of 10 is ok for your patients!
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by Running Physio
1M ago
Our articles are not designed to replace medical advice. If you have an injury we recommend seeing a qualified health professional. To book an appointment with Tom Goom (AKA ‘The Running Physio’) visit our clinic page. We offer both in-person assessments and online consultations. Prescribing 3 sets of 10 sets for exercises has received a […] The post Why 3 sets of 10 is ok for your patients! appeared first on RunningPhysio ..read more
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What are the peak forces involved in running?
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by Running Physio
2M ago
Peak forces during running can be surprisingly high! The calf, quads, glutes and hamstrings all manage high peak loads during running which is why they’re arguably the 4 most important muscle groups in runners: Quads and Glute Med play a key role in load absorption alongside the calf which is also the main contributor to […] The post What are the peak forces involved in running? appeared first on RunningPhysio ..read more
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Tom’s Runner’s World Podcasts on Common Injuries
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by Running Physio
2M ago
I’ve recently teamed up with Rick Pearson and Ben Hobson at Runner’s World UK to record a series of podcasts on common running injuries. These are aimed at runners who’d like to know more about a condition and its management. To date we’ve covered shin pain, hamstring injuries, ‘Runner’s Knee‘ and Achilles tendinopathy. You can […] The post Tom’s Runner’s World Podcasts on Common Injuries appeared first on RunningPhysio ..read more
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Running Repairs 2024 Course Dates
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by Running Physio
2M ago
If you treat injured runners then the Running Repairs Course is for you! It’s a 2 day course covering all key aspects of running injury assessment and management. . We’ve a full schedule for courses in 2024! For more on any of our UK courses below visit our Ticket Tailor page and select the course […] The post Running Repairs 2024 Course Dates appeared first on RunningPhysio ..read more
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Does Leg Length Discrepancy Matter for Runners?
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by Tom Goom
4M ago
  Our articles are not designed to replace medical advice. If you have an injury we recommend seeing a qualified health professional. To book an appointment with Tom Goom (AKA ‘The Running Physio’) visit our clinic page. We offer both in-person assessments and online consultations. I came across an interesting quote from a paper this […] The post Does Leg Length Discrepancy Matter for Runners? appeared first on RunningPhysio ..read more
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3 Running Gait Factors to look for in Proximal Hamstring Tendinopathy
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by Tom Goom
6M ago
Our articles are not designed to replace medical advice. If you have an injury we recommend seeing a qualified health professional. To book an appointment with Tom Goom (AKA ‘The Running Physio’) visit our clinic page. We offer both in-person assessments and online consultations. A runner’s gait can be a piece of the injury puzzle, […] The post 3 Running Gait Factors to look for in Proximal Hamstring Tendinopathy appeared first on RunningPhysio ..read more
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