Why Runners Think They Get Injured?
Aug 30, 2018
If you have ever been told the reason for your running injury was due to insufficient stretching, shoes or flat feet, you may be surprised.
The literature explains that there is not enough evidence to point the finger at these reasons. (Saragiotto, 2014)
When tracking load, injuries do not peak until at least 3 to 6 weeks after training has commenced. In other words, appropriate LOADING is critical in the early stages to prevent these injuries from occurring!
Mechanotherapy is the loading of your bone, muscle, tendon, ligaments and structures. Decreased pain sensitisation occurs with this loading.
Physiotherapists understand the fine balance between underloading and overloading, as well as the demands of endurance runs.
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Saragiotto, B.T., Yamato, T.P., Hespanhol Junior, L.C. et al, What are the main risk factors for running-related injuries?. Sports Med. 2014;44:1153–1163.
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