Running Injuries are frustrating common

Here one has published a sample of current evidence based lecture notes byBeony Mathews and Glen Robbins who lecture regularly on evidence-based rehabilitation throughout the UK and thanks to UK physio CPD

All of us are constantly having to learn more and read more papers regularly and there are many more evidence-based papers being published which is hard for all of us to keep up-to-date

And all therapists physios osteo doctors and all of us need to try and keep up with all the different complicated running issues that can occur.

There is no doubt that running is becoming a huge recreational activity from the local park runs the well-known competitions.

Here one just adding a few of the lecture notes that get continually updated and so information that one thought was useful a year ago may well be now out of date.

Running injuries can easily be aggravated by poor running gait running on hard surfaces but one of the most common factors is the fact that to actually get strong and maintain your physical health and conditioning for running one must only increase loading at a very slow rate per week. If you seriously enjoy running it is most common to be bored at being meticulously careful about your loading rate and rush off and injure yourself.

Have a look at these notes courtesy of Beony Mathews it gives you an idea on how many challenging issues one has to address when one is enjoying running more than 5K on a regular basis

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