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All of our information is written by qualified and experienced Sports Physiotherapists and coaches.
We spend every day with athletes of all levels so we can offer practical, proven tips for each injury.
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“I have had horrible sacrotuberous ligament pain for 2 months now. After going to ortho and PT, no improvement at all. Just made it worse. After reading your page which told me to start doing the bulgarian squats, in just 2 days I have complete relief. Thank you and God bless you. I am literally in tears writing this I am so happy.”
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Our experienced Physiotherapy team knows which running shoes can help different injuries. So we’ve put together a list of our Physiotherapists’ recommendation for the best running shoes for specific issues, like wide feet, foot and ankle pain, and more.
If you're searching for "the best running shoes for bad knees", you're probably at a stage where knee pain is starting to restrict your running. It's one of the most ...Read More
Finding the best running shoes for bad ankles can be a challenge - they all seem comfortable at first but that niggling ankle pain can creep back in after a ...Read More
It seems like there are new trends in running shoes each year that we hadn't heard of the previous year, then all of a sudden it's the must-have feature of ...Read More
Our Physiotherapy team and running coaches cover a huge range of topics, from injury diagnosis & management and returning to running and performance training.
Fibula fracture can happen easier than you'd imagine, usually with a simple rolled ankle. But this kind of broken bone doesn't behave like you'd expect ...Read More
The benefits of strength training are one of the most well researched and well known in the sporting world. How to integrate the benefits of ...Read More
Shin pain is often referred to as "Shin Splints", but that's not accurate. It can often lead to incorrect treatment and delayed return to running ...Read More
For a distance or ultrarunner, training with an injury is just part of the game. Niggles and minor injuries are going to happen if you're ...Read More
Heat creams (like Dencorub, Deep Heat and natural alternatives) were massively popular back in the 1970s and 1980s. It was the fragrance of choice for ...Read More
Cam walker boots are commonly recommended for ankle fractures and severe ankle sprains because they're convenient, effective and improve recovery times after injury. There's a ...Read More
Lower back pain is the most common injury worldwide, so returning to running after lower back pain would have to be the most common challenge ...Read More
Returning to running after calf injuries is one of the most risky times for a runner. With the right guidance, you can reduce your chance ...Read More
Trying to return to running after Achilles injuries often leads to frustration and false starts! Regardless of how slowly you rebuild your volume, it's common ...Read More
A controlled return to running after hamstrings injury is one of the most vital, and commonly missed, elements of hammy injury rehab. It sounds crazy ...Read More
Knee pain after squats has to be one of the most common complaints after a gym session! It's NOT a sign that squats are bad ...Read More
The two most common injuries from a fall are hip injuries and wrist injuries. In this post, we'll discuss hip injuries from a fall - ...Read More