“Putting Evidence Back Into
Running Injury and Performance”
It’s Your Anatomy: Blaming structure for running pains
In episode 2 of Runchatlive, we take a look at the importance of Health Care Professionals monitoring the language they use when communicating with people in pain.
It was sparked by a person who visited me last week with a letter from an orthopaedic consultant which as an explanation for the patient as to why they were in pain used the sentence “It’s your anatomy“. What’s the problem with that I hear you ask. Well, watch the video and I will try to explain.
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Note On These Early Episodes
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