How can you manage lower limb tendinopathy in your patients that like to run? Can runners with medial tibial stress syndrome (MTSS) continue to run? Can patients with high BMI or following total hip replacement run?
Physiotherapists Tom Goom and David Pope answer your questions on how to assess and treat patients with running-related injuries in this Q&A conducted live, including:
- How can you manage post-run morning stiffness?
- What are the important aspects when managing load?
- How can you treat Achilles tendinopathy patients with decreasing tolerance to running and walking, and increasing pain?
- Differential diagnosis for Achilles pain
- Proximal hamstring tendinopathy
- What exercises can be used?
- Is a feeling of tightness normal, and how can this be addressed?
- Are stretches helpful?
- When can deadlifts and Romanian deadlifts (RDL's) be used?
- Patellar tendinopathy - how can you manage a runner that is not willing to decrease running volume even temporarily?
- Peroneal tendinopathy
- Running vs rest in female distance runners with chronic hamstring origin injuries
- Patellar tendinopathy
- Medial tibial stress syndrome (MTSS)/Shin splints treatment
- Working at marathons or running events - How can you help your runners with ITBS or PFP finish a race?
- Can runners return to running following total hip replacement?
- Is running harmful for patients with high body mass index (BMI) when they want to reduce weight?
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