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Dr. Izzy Moore: How Research Helps Therapists & Runners

by | Sep 20, 2019 | Podcasts for Therapists

If you follow running related research, chances are you are already very aware of the work of our special guest. As a hugely respected researcher of Running Biomechanics & Injury with multiple published papers, we are thrilled to bring you an hour with Dr. Izzy Moore.

We were honoured to have Dr Moore as one of ten speakers at the RCL Running Conference 2019 in Brighton (UK). In fact, Dr Moore was the speaker who the other speakers were most excited to meet and hear! Dr Izzy Moore’s 45 minute presentation can be accessed here.


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