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Running Physio

So you like to run? Well you've come to the right place. As runners ourselves, we know what you put your body through. Running injuries often fall into the category of overuse injuries but depending on your level of athleticism there can be a lot to consider. Common running injuries include:

  • Navicular stress fracture

  • Tibial periostitis (shin splints)

  • Toe pain with running (hallux valgus)

  • Runner's knee (patellofemoral pain syndrome) 

  • Jumper's knee (patellar tendinopathy) 

  • Peroneal tenosynovitis 

  • Flexor hallicus tendinopathy

  • Peroneal tendinopathy

If you'd like to know more about some methods to manage your running injury read this blog - 3 Tips to Run Like a Pro

The management of running injuries often involves:

  • A video running assessment to analyse biomechanics

  • Running gait coaching 

  • A full body assessment to understand the root cause of your issue

  • Taping or supporting the area to reduce pain and loading

  • A loading program to help you achieve your running goals

  • A individualised strength program to reduce the load on your injury

To learn more about how integrative physiotherapy can help you click here.

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