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Emma Lee has a passion for complex presentations, and as this blog will show you she has found from experience that there are often more than one factor to consider in a patient presentation. Arthritis may be one of them. And as Emma explains there is more to Arthritis than we may realise
The much anticipated follow up to Daves' introductory article to the problems with Over-striding when running are revealed here. If you missed the first blog then please refer back so that the concepts below make sense.
Our Rehabilitation Physiotherapist Dave Palmer is also a qualified Run Coach. With years of experience in the field of running he has a few key points to make about the over-stride in our running community and its significant effects on injury.
I have run events in many different countries around the world, including the London, Paris, Berlin and Boston Marathons. I have picked up a lot of good tips, as well as making a few mistakes along the way!
Many of you will have experienced a muscle injury before, which most likely healed relatively quickly. This is because muscles have a really good blood supply, which enhances their healing capacity when injured. Tendons on the other hand have a limited blood supply, and if overloaded during activities like running, jumping, throwing, (“springy” activities) they can become unhappy, and generally will not settle down unless the right strategies are put in place.