The biggest myth in the manual therapy world is that orthotics ‘fix’ foot, knee and hip pain. While they provide short term relief allowing you to live with a problem - they always fail to provide the long term results that will keep you active - regardless of what shoes you’re wearing.Read More
Often viewed as a ‘safe’ choice for getting back into shape - a recent systematic review has shown that up to 92.5% of runners experience pain from running - with the most common location being at the knee.
In this weeks article we discuss five ways to protect your you body and experience less knee pain on your runs.Read More
Ever been told you have a short leg? Running with functional leg length discrepancies increases the amount of stress placed on our feet, ankles, knees, hip, and back when we run. Learn what causes these discrepancies and what we can do to correct them.Read More
The shoes we wear for running should encourage proper alignment, better strength and better movement. Overly 'cushioned' shoes along with artificial support (orthotics) has led to weak feet that are unprepared to absorb the impact forces of running. Learn how to pick the right shoe to avoid injury when running this spring and summer.Read More
Avoid these training errors to protect your body from the most common injuries that occur when running.Read More
A lack of functional strength can be linked to a majority of injuries sustained by runners. Strengthening our lateral chain of muscles can help recover and prevent many of the injuries common to runners, from plantar fasciosis to IT Band syndrome.Read More