Running Injuries

  • Achilles tendinopathy (Link to ankle)
  • Plantar fasciopathy (Link to ankle)
  • Medial tibial stress syndrome/Shin splints (link to dance)
  • Patellofemoral knee joint pain (Link to knee)
  • Hamstring tendinopathy (content from above)

A lot of the above injuries are linked to overloading and repeated force being applied to the lower limb during the action of running; without the correct strength, control and/or flexibility.
Physiotherapy strategies would include an initial assessment to identify the factors creating your running problem. Once an assessment is done and a diagnosis is made, management plans would involve manual therapy, taping, ice and advice alongside a specific exercise program tailored to you to keep you running as pain free as possible.

Practitioners

Dr Kathy Yu M.B.B.S.

Sports Doctor

Stacey Kipouridis APAM

Physiotherapist

Sophie Christmas APAM

Physiotherapist

Maddie Hicks APAM

Physiotherapist

Haydee Ferguson APAM

Physiotherapist

Catherine Etty-Leal APAM

Titled Physiotherapist

Andrew Pilcher APAM

Senior Physiotherapist

Annie Strauch APAM

Titled Physiotherapist