Course News – dates added in Dublin and Reading plus last few places for Cardiff

I’ve been blown away by how popular Running Repairs has been already in 2018. Our first course of the year sold out with a big enough waiting list to fill an entire second course! Our Surrey and Hampshire courses also sold out quickly and I’ve had lots of messages asking when the online version of the course will be available again.

The only hurdle so far in 2018 has been the extreme weather from the ‘Beast from the East‘ which meant we had to reschedule our Cardiff course in March – we didn’t want people to have to travel in those conditions. The good news is though that we’ve rescheduled the course to the weekend of May 19th and 20th and have a few places remaining if you’d like to join us.

We’re also delighted to announce new course dates in Dublin and Reading which we’re very much looking forward to. The dates and details are listed below with links to Eventbrite for booking and further information;

  • May 19th & 20th – Cardiff Blues Training Centre, Cardiff. Book here through Eventbrite. Last few places.
  • July 14th & 15th – Mater Misericordiae University Hospital, Dublin. Book here through Eventbrite.
  • August 11th & 12th – Circle Reading Hospital, Reading. Book here through Eventbrite.

For more on Running Repairs and its content please see our dedicated course page or email tom@running-physio.com.

Running Repairs Online has proved really popular and we’ve been inundated with requests to access it! So we’ll be re-releasing it shortly, it’s only going to be available for a short period of time though so join our waiting list to be kept up to date with all the news about its release and you’ll also receive a free webinar on achilles tendinopathy;


What’s in Running Repairs?…

Both the face-to-face and online courses covers all key areas in running rehab including gait analysis, strength and conditioning, training error, load management and optimising your assessment and treatment for each individual. Common pathologies are discussed in detail including tendinopathy, patellofemoral pain, bone stress injury and plantar fasciopathy. We champion a biopsychosocial approach and highlight the importance of this throughout.

Two day course schedule

The Running Repairs Online Course is made up of 10 comprehensive modules as well as a great collection of rehab videos, bonus packages and clinic resources;

Module 1 – Restoring balance

Module 2 – Know your athlete and what’s caused their injury

Module 3 – Become an expert in gait analysis

Module 4 – Optimise strength and conditioning for your runners

Module 5 – Run or rest? How to guide return to running after injury

Module 6 – Tendinopathy

Module 7 – Plantar fasciopathy

Module 8 – Bone stress injury, ‘shin splints’ and stress fractures

Module 9 – Muscle pain and biomechanical overload

Module 10 – Patellofemoral pain, ITBS and course summary

+ Bonus Module on foot posture and the science of shoe selection

+ Full access to our Track Pack, a great collection of clinic tools including ‘cheat sheets’ for gait analysis, exercise prescription and athlete assessment.

Join our waiting list and you’ll be first to know when Running Repairs Online is released, plus we’ll send you our free achilles webinar.

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