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Injury Prevention: Finding The balance

Sometimes it’s all about balance! Up to 70% of serious runners sustain an overuse injury in a given 12 month period. Most of these injuries are caused by simple avoidable training mistakes. Give evidence based advice and custom guidance to prevent injuries and enhance performance. So what is the advice? Run less than 5 times […]
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Running Injuries Management Course

Glad to announce 2 more dates to Running Injuries Management Course! A jam packed cpd WEBINAR course about Clinical effective management of Running Injuries. I will be teaching : Running video analysis, dynamic warm up, running retraining, Strength and conditioning, running performance enhancement! All in 2 days! Who is it for: Physiotherapists, Sports Therapists, Personal […]
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Warm up for Runners

This is a guide for beginners, 5k runners, 10k runners up to marathon runners willing to warm up properly. It’s Dynamic, Evidence Based and Fun. This dynamic warm up is running specific and helps your body to be ready for your training session or performance. It will also increase your heart rate so you are […]
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When it’s safe to Re – Start Running

A very quick, concise, essential guide on when it’s time your client is safe to go back running! As we do at our Edinburgh Clinic, give appropriate advice to your injured runners!   Play the video and get peace of mind in giving evidence based guidance to your injured runner. A quick abstract of the […]
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When it’s time to stop running

A very quick, concise, essential guide on when it’s time your client should stop running! As we do at our Edinburgh Clinic, give appropriate advice to your injured runners! Play the video and get peace of mind in giving evidence based guidance to your injured runner. A quick abstract of the knowledge you can gain […]
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Running warm up: dynamic or static?

When I ask my injured runners what sort of warm up they do before their running the reaction is sort of ashamed in case they don’t do any, or in the best case they proudly admit doing the classic, old school “static stretch”. In both cases what I add to their clinic file is “Does […]
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Knee osteoarthritis and running

Here is the thing: there are many of us who love running and many others who are simply addicted. Among both groups, many runners older than 50 years of age have knee osteoarthritis, and they run happily! When my patients ask me if they can keep on running despite their osteoarthritis (OA), my answer is […]
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