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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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Footwear recommendations

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.

latest trends in running shoes
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 ...
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Latest posts

Our Physiotherapy team and running coaches cover a huge range of topics, from injury diagnosis & management and returning to running and performance training.

Sever's Disease - how to help kids with heel pain
Sever's Disease is a painful reaction in a growth plate at the back of the heel. And although the name sounds concerning, it's not really ...
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Sciatic nerve pain during pregnancy
Sciatic nerve pain is one of the most common "side effects" of pregnancy. It causes a pain that can originate as high as the buttock ...
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pulled stomach muscle
A pulled stomach muscle often causes lots of pain, even for a very small injury. Symptoms can come on without an obvious cause, and other ...
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How do you relieve sciatic nerve pain?
Sciatica refers to an irritation of the Sciatic Nerve as it passes thru the buttock, causing pain down the back of the leg. The term ...
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Why groin strain injuries are difficult to rehab
Groin strain injuries, also called "Adductor muscle strains", typically occur when the muscle is subjected to a sudden overload. This can happen during fast cutting/agility ...
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Hip stress fracture - how to spot it & what to do
Hip stress fractures can present as a vague but persistent hip, buttock or groin pain. The injury is due to a slow break down of ...
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Hallux valgus (Bunion) - not inherited from your mother!
Hallux Valgus is a condition that affects the big toe joint. It causes thickening of the joint and turns the big toe inwards, towards the ...
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ITB syndrome - common problem, uncommon solutions!
ITB syndrome causes a diffuse pain across the outside of the knee, roughly in line with the kneecap, as the knee bends to 40° while ...
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Knowing your Periostitis from your Tenosynovitis
Pathology names such as Tibial Periostitis are made up of elements that specify the structure involved and the pathology. In the example of Tibial Periostitis, ...
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calcaneal bone stress injury
Calcaneal bone stress injuries refers to injuries to the Calcaneal bone, commonly known as the heel bone. The injuries range from bone stress reactions (aka ...
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Cartilage injuries - an overview
Cartilage injuries can affect any form of cartilage in the body. Cartilage is found in the form of osteochondral (hard) cartilage lining the joint surfaces, ...
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Bone injury - an overview of the different types
"Bone injury" and "bone stress injury" describes pathologies that affect the structural aspects of bone. These injuries occur on a continuum, from a reaction through ...
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