Saturday, July 4, 2020

Q & A from Injury Clinic on Thursday 1st May 2014:

Question:  Thank you for doing this before the Marathon. I have had a slight hamstring strain for the past two weeks, I am due to run in a relay team on Monday. I was thinking about still running, but taking...

Q & A from Injury Clinic on Thursday 1st February 2018:

Question:   4 weeks ago I got a pain in my shin. I have been to the doctors, physio and hospital and everyone is saying there’s no injury. There’s no swelling or bruising. There’s constant pain in my shin so...

Apex Clinic: Prolong your running life by varying surfaces:

Prolong your running life by swapping some pavement-pounding for softer surfaces: Running is a high-impact sport.  At Apex Clinic, our physios treat a vast number of running injuries resulting directly from the cumulative stress placed on the body from thousands...

Don’t let overuse injuries dash your marathon dreams:

Don’t let overuse injuries dash your marathon dreams: Many of you will be approaching the peak mileage point in your marathon training schedules. Unfortunately, this is also the time when injury looms large and all your hard work may look...

Q & A from Injury Clinic on Thursday 7th December 2017:

Question:    For a while now I have been struggling with tight hamstrings. I’ve done some core work as suggested by a physio but it doesn’t seem to be loosening them up. I find it hard to push on during...

Q & A from Injury Clinic on Thursday 6th March 2014:

Q.  Private Message (AS1) - I have only started running about 6 weeks. I run 5k every Saturday at parkrun and have built up to a 10k run during the week as well as spinning Pilates and gym. Last...

Achilles Injury? It doesn’t need to be the end of the road!

Achilles injury: it doesn’t need to be the end of the road... Achilles tendon injuries can be one of the most difficult running overuse injuries to overcome and if not managed correctly can be “career ending.” But don’t panic: the chances...

Apex Clinic: Don’t let back pain get the better of you!

Top tips to stop back pain keeping YOU back: Did you know that back pain is the UK’s number one ailment?  As many as four out of five adults in the UK are affected by back pain and 2.5 million...

Ankle Instability – How to beat it!?

What is ankle instability? Ankle sprains are by far, the most commonly sustained athletic injury. They are prevalent at all levels of running, with lateral sprains (spraining the ligaments on the outside of the ankle) accounting for 85% of all...

Q & A from Injury Clinic on Thursday 4th June 2015:

Question:  I was diagnosed with ITB (iliotibial band) syndrome five weeks ago. I've had anti-inflammatories and been resting since. I'm also using a foam roller, stretching, strengthening and had a massage. I really need to get back running but...
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Meet The Physio – Sinead Boyle

By Karla Borland, from her blog www.whatkarladid.com Sinead is a physiotherapist based in Ireland. We started rowing together at Bann Rowing Club around 16 years...

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