Alright, we’ll call it a draw.

  • Alright, we’ll call it a draw.

    Written by Tom Goom, senior Physio at The Physio Rooms Brighton. Follow Tom on Twitter. It's seemed recently I've been in a battle, life versus running, fighting it out to see who'll win; Compulsory viewing! I think it's turned out Life 1 Running 1 but it's been a close run thing! The reason for today's […]

  • Rub me better?!

    Written by Tom Goom, senior Physio at The Physio Rooms Brighton. Follow Tom on Twitter. When something hurts it's instinctive to want to rub it better, or if possible, have someone else rub it better for you (ooh er missus!). 'Hands on' treatment can be an effective part of a treatment plan but rarely, if […]

  • Breast health for runners – banish the bounce by Jayne Nixon

    There are some issues in sport that only effect women. Some of these topics aren't easy to find good quality advice on, so we are starting a small series of articles for female athletes. Our first, by Jayne Nixon, discusses the importance of effective breast support when running. Jayne is a clinical specialist with a […]

  • Sorting ‘side stitch’ in athletes

    Today we have a first on RunningPhysio – our first blog from a chiropractor. Dr AJ Gregg is the head chiropractic physician at the Hypo2 High Performance Sport Centre in Flagstaff, Arizona. He has a wealth of experience and works with a team of professionals providing a host of services for elite athletes. Last year […]

  • Treating muscle tightness in runners

    Written by Tom Goom, senior Physio at The Physio Rooms Brighton. Follow Tom on Twitter. One of the most common problems I see in clinic is runners struggling with tight, rigid muscles. Usually they've tried a host of self treatments with little success. So how do you rid yourself of a concrete calf or a […]

  • Studying Physiotherapy in the Internet Age – by James Paterson

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    When I studied physio the internet was in its infancy. We accessed it only through sluggish dial-up connections and had none of excellent online resources available now. Twitter, Facebook and all the brilliant blogs and sites today were yet to be created. We searched for articles by leafing through stacks of magazines and maxing out […]

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