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Episode 25 of Runchatlive with legendary podiatrist Simon Bartold of Bartold Clinical. 30 years experience of working with elite athletes including four Olympic Games, lectures in 42 countries, worked with Asics for 20 years. This is an episode you do not want to miss!
“All novice runners should consider minimalist shoes” – says JF Esculier, Vice President & Director of Research & Development at The Running Clinic Vancouver, and our special guest for this episode!
RCL23 sees host Matt Phillips answer questions during the live Facebook recording. Original guest Derek Griffin was sadly unable to attend but the show will be rescheduled.
Jack Chew, founder of Chews Health & ‘The Physio Matters Podcast’, talks about his project ‘The Big R’s Conference: Reasoning, Responsibility and Reform in MSK Practice’.
Tina Muir talks to us about Athletic Amenorrhea, a condition caused by overtraining in which menstruation becomes irregular or totally ceases. Many female athletes either regard it as a normal part of becoming the best or suffer in silence.
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Greater Trochanteric Pain Syndrome (GTPS) is a condition in which the head of the thigh bone (femur) becomes sensitive to pressure. To find it your GT, put your hands on your waist and then move them a fraction down – that’s your pelvis you’re now feeling. Keep moving downwards and eventually you will feel the top of your thigh bone sticking out.
Matt Phillips is a Running Injury & Performance Specialist based in Sussex, England. As a writer for numerous publications & websites, he has spoken at international conferences and is a lecturer in Anatomy & Physiology. For enquiries & bookings, please use the contact form.