The Running Repairs Course

Running Repairs is an evidence-based course with a strong practical element to help physiotherapists and health professionals manage running injury. The course is led by Running Injury Specialist Tom Goom, widely know as ‘The Running Physio’. Tom has gained a worldwide audience and a growing reputation in the sports medicine community due to his extensive writing on running related injury. He has written for the British Journal of Sports Medicine Blog, Running Fitness, Kinetic Revolution and Men’s Running UK and has recently published his first research paper. Tom’s passion is turning research findings and theory into practical solutions for patients you see in every day clinic.
Upcoming course dates and venues
  • July 14th & 15th – Mater Misericordiae University Hospital, Dublin. Book here through Eventbrite. *FULLY BOOKED*
  • August 11th & 12th – Circle Reading Hospital, Reading. Book here through Eventbrite. *FULLY BOOKED*
  • NEW DATE: November 10th & 11th – Response Physio, Leicester. Book here through Eventbrite.
  • NEW DATE: December 1st & 2nd – St. Peter’s Hospital, Surrey. Book here through Eventbrite

Running Repairs Online

In addition to our face-to-face courses we now have a comprehensive online version of Running Repairs. This proved incredibly popular on its first release so we are planning to re-release it shortly. It contains all the key content across 10 modules with bonus features and a great collection of rehab videos and clinic tools. Join our waiting list and we’ll keep you up to date with all the news about its release.

2 Day Course, aims and content
The Running Repairs course content is constantly evolving and being updated in line with new research findings but follows a programme to include key areas in running injury;
Course ethos
It’s really important to us that our courses provide you with useful, practical information that you can use in clinic. It’s easy to attend a course then find some months later that it hasn’t influenced your practice or that you haven’t got the confidence to use what you’ve learned. An example for this is gait analysis, the theory is complex and may be challenging for some but we make sure all participants have multiple opportunities to analyse gait on the course and apply the theory to clinical cases. For many this opens up lots of possibilities and ideas for movement analysis for athletes and non-athletes alike.
Our courses are friendly and informal and we encourage discussion and respectful debate. Our aim is to provide a relaxed and enjoyable environment in which to learn and develop skills.
Post-course learning
One aspect of the course that we’re very proud of is our post-course information. We want to help you continue your development beyond the course and provide an extensive resource with advice, photos of exercises from the course and links to all relevant research and blog articles. As the course develops the post-course information evolves too and you can check back in future to look for new articles and features. This post-course learning is exclusive to you and accessed only by those that have attended the course.

“Really enjoyed the Running Repairs course over the weekend. Would highly recommend for any physio that assesses and treats runners” David.

“It’s really good to come away from a weekend of learning and be able to apply the new knowledge straight away” Abi

“Thank you so much for doing the course. I did an in service presentation on running injuries focusing on achilles tendinopathy at work. All the senior staff found it really useful” Charlotte

“Thanks for the great Running Repairs course. Clinically useful info and exercises – am looking forward to treating my next runner!” Rachel

“Best course I’ve been on by far in a very long time. Highly recommended” Ali

On our post course info… “Extremely useful resource!

We ask our course members to rate our content and delivery out of 10 (where 10 is best possible) for each course. Our average so far is content 9.4 and delivery 9.6.

To hear more of what people are saying about the course check out our hash tag on Twitter – #RunningRepairs
Frequently asked questions
Is the course suitable for Sports Therapists, Podiatrists and other health professionals?
The course is suitable for any health professional involved in managing athletes. We welcome non-physios! However it is important to note that we have a strong focus on strength and conditioning, exercise prescription and movement anaylsis. Clinicians not involved in prescribing exercises may find some aspects of the course may not be relevant to them. In addition there is some ‘hands on’ treatment on the course but please note that the majority of the content is focussed on exercise based interventions.
If you aren’t sure if the course is for you please email us your contact number and we’ll chat to you about it in more detail.
How does the booking process work?
Please follow the links above to book for each specific course. Many venues will have options to pay online (e.g. Through Eventbrite or the HES Website) but some may ask you to complete a booking form and pay via bank transfer or cheque.
Is there pre-course reading required?
There is a small amount of pre-reading but no serious homework I promise! It’ll be sent to you via email prior to the course.
If you have any other questions or you’d like to discuss hosting a course please email

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