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Top 5 exercise images

I love a good infographic! This week I finally got round to joining Pinterest and realised just how many infographics and exercise pictures we’ve built up over the years. So here’s a quick blog of our top 5 most popular images and infographics… 5) Exercise is child’s play Our recent Running Repairs Course was hosted […]

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Is hip strength a risk factor for patellofemoral pain? – By Dr Christian Barton

Dr Christian Barton is a multi-published researcher with a very successful clinic and excellent blog. He is one of the leading names in patellofemoral research and so I was delighted when he agreed to write for RunningPhysio. He is currently working on running gait re-training research and runs a number of courses which I highly […]

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The role of Glutes in Patellofemoral Pain

Written by Tom Goom, senior Physio at The Physio Rooms Brighton. Follow Tom on Twitter. The gluteal muscles have been enjoying quite a bit of attention recently in the research and are a popular topic amongst runners. Many hope that stronger glutes will help in treating injuries and improving performance and there is at least […]

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Glutes rehab – recent research

Our first article on glutes rehab remains by far our most popular post to date on RunningPhysio. It seems many runners are wondering how to strengthen these important muscles and so I decided to write a follow-up piece based on some very recent research… Reiman et al. (2012) completed a systematic review of the literature […]

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Femoro-acetabular Impingement (FAI)

I’m quite excited about this!….this is our first post from a Physio Guest Blogger on RunningPhysio. Ultramarathon runner, Physio and all round legend Andy “Coomba” Coombs has written us an excellent piece on Femoro-acetabular Impingement! Over to you Andy…. FAI appears to be receiving a great deal of attention at present which is probably, in […]

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Gluteus Medius – evidence based rehab

This is in part advice for runners and in part something else…. …you’ve heard of a “dance off” and probably a “sing off” this my friends is a geek off! It’s come about after I’ve heard lots of people being advised not to bother with sidelying exercises for glutes because they “aren’t functional”. Several well-meaning […]

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