PhysioRoom.com Running Injuries channel provides physiotherapy and sports injury information specific to running. Running is a relatively low injury risk sport, but there is a danger of overuse injuries in distance runners who follow a high mileage training programme. PhysioRoom.com Running Injuries channel explains the latest advances in sports injury treatment for common running injuries such as runners knee (ilio tibial band friction syndrome), shin splints (medial tibial stress syndrome), plantar fasciitis, heel pain, patellofemoral pain syndrome, blisters and knee pain.
Whether you're training for a marathon, half marathon or charity fun run the PhysioRoom.com Running Injury channel can provide expert help and advice to help you recover faster from your sports injury and prevent running injuries in the first place. All medical information in the PhysioRoom.com Running Injuries channel is written by orthopaedic doctors and chartered physiotherapists who specialise in the treatment of sports injuries. Whatever your level of running, PhysioRoom.com is a great source of injury information to augment the treatment that you're getting at your local sports injury clinic.
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Expert Lee Herrington explains the causes & treatment approaches for Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome.
Nicola Maffulli, a Professor of Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgery, explains treatment to overcome this condition.
Dr John Orchard explains how a back problem can commonly cause hamstring pain.
Read our guide to common running injuries to help you prevent injury when training for your marathon.
Shin Splints is a common term for shin pain that can be due to several different conditions.
Follow our guide and make sure you avoid common running injuries whilst training & competing.
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