Groin pain, treatment and terminology – by Sam Blanchard

Sam Blanchard is a senior lecturer in physiotherapy at the University of Brighton and co-writer for He joins us today to talk about groin pain and the issues that surround it. Sam has a great lecture coming up on exercise prescription and is playing a key role in the October ACPSEM conference detailed at […]

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RunningPhysio Recommends – Manchester Physio

Looking for high quality physiotherapy treatment in the Manchester area? RunningPhysio recommends Manchester Physio. Manchester Physio is part of, one of the UK's leading physiotherapy providers. It's a very modern clinic with top of the range equipment and an on-site rehab gym. Experienced, friendly staff provide a wide variety of treatments and services including […]

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My trail of woe – by Tess Agnew

When we treat patients we hope we might inspire them a little but in some cases they end up inspiring us. Tess was certainly one of those cases! Her attitude, determination and willingness to try anything made her a real pleasure to work with. Today Tess share’s her experience of a race that went wrong […]

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Meniscal repair – by Robin Granger

I'm delighted to welcome an old friend to the site today. Rob is a runner and cyclist from Winchester, one of my favourite old stomping grounds. He's very kindly agreed to share his story about his experience recovering from meniscal surgery.. It sounded like a good idea at the time, in the way so many […]

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The Running Repairs Course

Running Repairs is an evidence-based course with a strong practical element to help physiotherapists and health professionals manage running injury. The course is led by Running Injury Specialist Tom Goom, widely know as ‘the Running Physio’. Tom has gained a worldwide audience and a growing reptutation in the sports medicine community due to his extensive […]

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