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Sporting Injuries

These generally occur from trauma or overloading/overuse.


My approach is evidence-based practices, combining the latest advancements in sports podiatry with a deep understanding of biomechanics and running physiology. We prioritize your overall well-being and work towards optimising your running mechanics, promoting efficiency, and reducing the risk of injuries.

Whether you're a recreational runner or a competitive athlete, our running clinic offers a range of services tailored to meet your specific needs. From injury management and rehabilitation to gait analysis and orthotic prescription, we provide comprehensive care to support your running journey.

Don't let running-related issues hold you back. Contact me today to schedule an appointment and take the necessary steps towards running with confidence, efficiency, and injury prevention.

  • Achilles tendinopathy/tendinitis:

 is a combination of changes affecting the achilles tendon. Related to overuse and excessive stress on the tendon, lower limb biomechanics, gender and age. Active and non-active people can be affected.

  • Shin splints

also known as medial tibial stress syndrome. Pain and swelling can be located along the tibia. Related to sudden increases in training load/volume.

  • Runner's Knee:

medically known as patellofemoral pain syndrome. Pain located in front of the knee joint. Related to overuse,    muscles weakness or imbalances.

  • ITB Syndrome:

medically known as ilio tibial band syndrome. Pain and swelling affecting the lateral knee. Related to foot/ankle  biomechanics, training load/volume, hip and gluteal muscles weakness.

  • Lower back pain:

structures that can be affected are joints, discs, muscles and nerves. Related to general strength and stability,    and training load/volume.

  • Ankle ligament sprains

caused by forceful rolling, twisting or turning of the ankle. Pain, swelling and bruising can be located either on the outside or inside of the ankle.

  • Foot & Ankle stress fractures: 

 fractures of a bone in the foot or ankle. Related to excessive changes in training load/volume, foot/ankle           biomechanics, muscle weakness, underlying medical conditions and footwear.


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