Meniscal injuries – what are they and how do they happen?

First, some anatomy. There are two menisci in each knee – the medial meniscus on the inside an

How to warm up in the winter – tips to avoid injury

For those still exercising outdoors – good work! As well as finding the paths and roads a bit

Bursitis – what is it and how is it treated?

What is it? A bursa is a fluid filled sac which usually serves to cushion the joint and assists in s

What makes us fast?

This week sees the World Athletic Championships hosted here in London and a final farewell to Usain

How to pick your first triathlon

  Zack Cooper Triathlon is growing at a fast rate and, since the success of the Brownlee brothe

Dealing with ITB syndrome

For runners and walkers, pain around the knee can be incredibly uncomfortable and put a hold on trai

London marathon tips

It’s almost time for the London Marathon – so with just under two weeks to go, here’s some

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 fract

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 th

Shin splints – the issues and causes

‘Shin splints’ is a fairly dated term now and one that gets used to describe a lot of different

How to design an effective training programme

In our last blog we drew on our many years of experience to provide some advice on setting goals 

What is runner’s knee and how is it treated?

This is an injury that most people have probably heard of, or even experienced, but what actually is