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Runner’s knee, aka its more scientific name, patellofemoral pain syndrome is, as the name implies, incredibly common among runners. So common in fact that we receive many questions regarding just what exactly it is. We thought that this week we would dive into the details of just what runner's knee is (and isn’t), how to treat it and most importantly how to prevent it from happening!Read More
Good posture is important for obvious reasons - our body and nervous system functions correctly when everything is properly aligned. But did you know our posture can play a large role in our running performance?Read More
The Running Physio is excited to announce the addition of a fantastic new member to our team, Physiotherapist - Leslie Kleiner. A runner herself, Leslie has a passion for treating runners and practices a individualized treatment approach. Read the full article to learn more about Leslie!
Think of your glutes as the the power source of your running stride. If your glutes are not activating or ‘firing’ correctly it can create issues further down the chain, injuries in your knees, quads and even feet. When our glutes are weak, other parts of our bodies try to compensate resulting in poor mechanics.Read More
Winter running often evokes one of two, very opposite emotions in a person, fear or excitement. ‘Do you actually run all winter?’ It's a question we hear often at TRP, and the answer is quite simple, absolutely! We’ve put together a few tips and tricks to help you warm up to the idea of running through the winter.Read More
Understanding your gait reduces running related injuries and maximizes your efficiency as a runner. At TRP we use a "three cornerstone" system when assessing running gait, allowing us to look at the whole picture. Let TRP help set you on the right path to help smash your 2017 running goals.Read More