New course dates announced: ‘Gait Analysis For Runners: A Modern Approach’ is coming to Exeter in May 2023, hosted by ‘The School’. This three day course (two Saturday mornings online and one whole Saturday face-to-face) is suitable for professionals who currently offer gait analysis or are thinking of offering it in the future. Running Injury & Performance specialist Matt Philips of Runchatlive will guide participants through all of the traditional elements of Gait Analysis, whilst drawing upon research and what we see in every day in clinic to reveal the limitations of a solely ‘biomechanical’ approach. By providing you with the skills & tools to work ‘with the runner’ rather ‘on the runner’, this course will pave the way for you to offer a modern gait anlaysis service that will truly benefit your running clients.
‘Runners Guide’ is our new foundation course with 15 fantastic video lessons, each one providing runners of all levels with evidence informed advice on how to reduce running injury & improve running performance.
The Art and Science of Returning to Running After Injury – Runchatlive 2020 Day2.3 Tom Goom Recording
Tom Goom ‘The Running Physio’ looks at testing readiness to run and run tolerance, planning a return to running and monitoring response, and uses case studies to illustrate the process.
Mike James, Physiotherapist, Sports Therapist & Endurance Athlete, discusses how exercise progression for runners is often complicated by performing too many exercises & changing them too often. He demonstrates how to simplify exercise prescription, providing runners & therapists with simple ways to optimise.
For runners, being injured is obviously no fun. But what makes it even MORE frustrating is the huge amount of contradicting advice out there depending on which professional you talk to. Everyone seems to have a different solution. Why is that?