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Ultra Marathon Training Guides to help you be a better Ultra Runner

 

28-Nov-18

What is Metatarsalgia and how to treat it

By Karina Teahan

Metatarsalgia is a common overuse injury in runners. It is a general name describing pain under the heads of your metatarsal bones. This is an area on the sole of your foot, often referred to as the “ball” of your foot.

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16-Oct-18

Low Back Pain in Runners

By Karina Teahan

Low Back Pain (LBP) is one of the most common conditions presenting to a GP or physiotherapist. 84% of people worldwide get one or more episodes of LBP at some stage in their lives.

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04-Jul-18

Calf Injuries and how to rehab them

By Karina Teahan

Calf injuries are very common in sport, accounting for 13% of football muscle injuries and more again in runners. It may be felt as a sudden sharp pain at the back of the lower leg causing you to immediately pull up or something more insidious that just builds up during your run.

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24-Apr-18

Ankle Sprain

By Karina Teahan

Most of us have heard of the term ankle sprain and many may have had an ankle sprain in the past. This is why it is often dismissed as a fairly straight forward and short term interruptive nuisance to our running. However, some ankle sprains can end up becoming a bit more complicated.

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14-Mar-18

Runner’s Knee

By Karina Teahan

Runner’s knee! Anterior Knee Pain! Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (PFPS) or Chondromalacia Patella*! Take your pick as all refer to an injury behind or around our kneecap (patella) that can linger for quite a while.

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07-Nov-17

How to treat a stress fracture and get back to running

By Karina Teahan

If you have read my article, How to diagnose a stress fracture, and have digested the bad news that you have, indeed, got a Bone Stress Injury (BSI), do not get too depressed. I have lots of advice for how to get you back to running.

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31-Oct-17

Have you got a stress fracture?

By Karina Teahan

In the first of this two- part series, Karina Teahan, who is a Chartered Physiotherapist and a runner and triathlete, sets out all you need to know about that most niggling of injuries, the stress fracture. In part one she concentrates on diagnosis and in part two she looks at treatment. Read this to help avoid a small injury becoming a big one.

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