Written on the 11 December 2013 by Active Body Physiotherapy
According to Sports Medicine Australia, there are a number of safety tips to consider to reduce the incidence of injuries developed through running;
Good preparation is important
Good technique and practices will help prevent injury
Check running surface
The team at Active Body is more than happy to help you with any questions, treatment or programs to start you off on your running, or to return you back to running following injury.
Keep in mind that it's always a great idea to book in with Shannon (Active Body's Exercise Physiologist) for a pre running assessment to identify potential musculoskeletal and health problems that may contribute to injury.
Any of our Physiotherapists can help you with existing injuries and provide you with advice about treatment and how to prevent re-injury, or feel free to ask Shannon about his self designed 'Return to Running' program when returning to sport following injury.
Author: Active Body Physiotherapy
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