How to warm up in the winter – tips to avoid injury
Bursitis – what is it and how is it treated?
What makes us fast?

What makes us fast?

This week sees the World Athletic Championships hosted here in London and a final farewell to Usain ‘lightening’ Bolt, the fastest man alive. Bolt achieved the triple last summer in Rio 2016, winning gold in all sprint titles for three consecutive Olympic Games – and even if he couldn’t make it another gold on Saturday, …..

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How to pick your first triathlon
Dealing with ITB syndrome
London marathon tips
Stress fractures – how do they happen and how do you recover?

Stress fractures – how do they happen and how do you recover?

In the final part of our three blogs looking at pain around the shins, this time it’s stress fractures. Just as overuse and over-exertion can lead to muscle and tendon injuries, it can also impact our bones. This can happen as a result of a significant increase in training or mileage – it’s something that …..

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Chronic Exertional Compartment Syndrome – what is it and can physio help?

Chronic Exertional Compartment Syndrome – what is it and can physio help?

In our last blog we looked at a common diagnosis for pain in the shin area; shin splints. However that’s often a diagnosis used to describe a variety of problems and another one we see fairly often is Chronic Exertional Compartment Syndrome or CECS. Do you have CECS? In simple terms, CECS manifests itself as …..

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Shin splints – the issues and causes
How to design an effective training programme