Come and see one of our running experts
Why see one of our Physiotherapy Team
All of our Physiotherpists are running enthusiasts and have competed in lots of running events. In the last month Emmanuel competed in the Boston Marathon (quite an adventure click here to find out why) and Megan in the Brighton Marathon.
All our Physiotherapists are Chartered and involved in the latest research in their profession. Ensuring you are getting the best evidenced based practice. Physiotherapy encoupasses a range of treatment methods to ensure you are treating your body in the best way possible
Relax, stretch and improve recovery
Regular running, increasing your mileage, speed or both overloads the muscles, tendons and other systems in your body. Physiotherapy treatment techniques will help you relax those muscles, improve your mobility and speed up your recovery.
Features Running Injuries Interview ✓ Functional Movement Testing ✓ Running Analysis ✓ Strength Testing ✓ Flexibility and Joint Mobility screen ✓ Diagnosis ✓ Treatment Plan ✓ Footware recommendations ✓ Treatment of Symptoms ✓ Treatment of Causes ✓
- Diagnosis – our Physiotherapists use in depth interview and specialist tests to diagnose muscle imbalances and training faults, to give you a clear plan.
- Recovery – treatment techniques such as
All come under the umbrella of Physiotherapy and will be used to get you back out in the fresh air in top form as soon as possible.
Build strengthen and improve control
Treatment of the symptoms is great and once you are pain free, we make sure we help you build up to avoid a recurrence of the injury or any others. We strongly believe in building up your quality of movement and strength through regular rehearsal and training.
In part of our total running package we help you improve your running technique using the latest running technology to ensure you are moving efficiently and training at the right levels.
- Fitness testing
- Training plans
Common Running injuries we treat
- Runners knee
- Plantar Fascitis
- Shin splints
- Illiotibial band pain
- Stress fractures
- Patella tendonitis
- Ankle sprains