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Run for your life – Jenny Baker’s inspiring story

Running is far more than just a way to stay fit, for many it’s a way of life. For Jenny Baker it helped her overcome one of life’s greatest challenges. Today she kindly shares her story and offers hope for many women who may find themselves in a similar position. I’ve been running regularly for […]

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50 surgeries and still running, Sam’s amazing story

We have a special guest blog today from a runner who I'm sure will inspire others who've been through the pain and frustration of persistent injuries. Samantha's story started as a toddler and continues to this day but her determination and bravery has kept her going despite obstacles that would stop most people in their […]

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Running for Whoopsadaisy – by Lesley Lewis

After her popular post on mental health and running Lesley Lewis joins us again to talk about the Whoopsa100 challenge and the Whoopsadaisy charity. Over to Lesley!… Most people when they have had a shandy or 2 will be a bit loud, a bit stupid and suffer the hangover! Not me, well I do all […]

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Running Podcast with Matt Phillips and Jack Chew

A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of joining Jack Chew (@Chews_Health) and fellow running specialist Matt Phillips (@Sportinjurymatt) to chat for the Physio Matters Podcast. I haven't had a chance to write about it on the blog until now as I've been snowed under with the research paper, a full clinic and treating […]

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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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