Running Injuries

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Running Injuries: Navigating Towards a Swift Recovery

What Causes Running Injuries?

Running, a repetitive impact activity, places significant load on the body. The ability of your muscles, bones, ligaments, and tendons to manage this load, combined with factors like training intensity, terrain, and individual strength, often determines the risk of injury. Pain experienced during running is typically a warning sign indicating an overload or imbalance in the body.

Symptoms of Running Injuries You May Be Experiencing

Common symptoms include pain, discomfort, or niggles in various parts of the body. These signs are the body’s way of signalling that something needs attention, similar to feelings of thirst or hunger.

Treatment Options for Running Injuries

At Indergaard Physiotherapy, we start with a comprehensive assessment of your injury, training, and lifestyle influences. Our treatment plan includes posture, balance, and movement analysis, followed by a tailored strategy for pain relief, mobility improvement, and strength building.

Preventive Measures and Lifestyle Changes for Runners

To prevent future injuries, we focus on consistent training approaches, strength conditioning, and advice on appropriate footwear. Our goal is to keep you injury-free and maintain your running consistency.

When to Seek Professional Advice for Running Injuries

Experiencing pain or discomfort that disrupts your running routine is a clear indicator to seek professional help. At Indergaard Physiotherapy, we are equipped to analyse and treat your running injuries, helping you return to pain-free running as soon as possible.

Injuries are often due to repetitive load and can vary based on individual strength, training habits, and running conditions.

Look for pain, discomfort, or any unusual sensations during or after running, indicating potential injuries.

Our treatments include detailed assessments, tailored pain relief strategies, and strength and conditioning programs.

Prevention includes appropriate training, footwear advice, and exercises to enhance strength and reduce the risk of injuries.

What to expect in your consult?

When you attend for your initial consultation here at Indergaard Physiotherapy, you will be taken through our thorough assessment process, where we will find the root cause of your pain. Your therapist, in partnership with yourself, will form a plan for how we aim to get you pain free and back to full function as soon as possible.

This can include hands on therapy, Shockwave Therapy, Laser Therapy, movement re-education and rehabilitation, as well as exercises. Our goal is to give you the best possible care to enable you to move better and feel great as soon as possible.


Our Initial Consultations last up to 60 minutes to make sure you receive a thorough examination and that we can start your treatment straight away so we can start you on your journey to get better.
We accept cash and all major debit and credit cards.
Our initial consultations are usually 60 minutes long and our standard treatment sessions are 30 minutes long. Occasionally we need longer sessions if we are treating multiple problems and this will be discussed and agreed with you before booking.
There is free parking just outside the clinic.
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