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...

Competing with pain – by Dean Sanders

A lot of runners worry about whether they can continue to run and compete while managing an injury. In many cases, with a sensible...

Selecting the right shoe? – By Simon Bartold

RunningPhysio welcomes a bit of a legend onto the site today! Simon Bartold is a world renowned podiatrist who has won awards for his...

Orthoses – so much more than ‘fit and forget’ Part 1 – by Nick...

Back in August I had the pleasure of meeting top podiatrist Nick Knight on my Running Repairs Course. I knew from chatting prior to...

To run or not to run…that is the question

Sometimes you don the running gear and you feel a bit like a Lycra clad super hero, cruising the streets at high speed fighting...

Pain in runners: Why do I hurt? – by Derek Griffin

Today's guest blogger will be no stranger to those of you that follow us on Twitter. Derek (@DerekGriffin86) is Specialist MSK Physiotherapist with a PhD...

Returning to running after injury

The dark days of injury are fading into the past and you feel ready to hit the road again, how do you return from...

Why am I not getting better? Part 2 – It’s not me, it’s you!

In this series we look into common reasons why a running injury doesn't improve. In Part 1, it's not you, it's me, we looked...

Muscle injuries – pulling in the same direction

Written by Tom Goom, senior Physio at The Physio Rooms Brighton. Follow Tom on Twitter. A recent survey by pain relieving gel, Polar Frost...

When to defer on a race

Written by Tom Goom, senior Physio at The Physio Rooms Brighton. Follow Tom on Twitter. I have to admit I'm a little embarrassed writing this....

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