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A pain in the neck

Posted by Karl McDonald on 19 May 2014

Neck pain is extremely common but thankfully in most cases it is not serious and a full recovery can be made.

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Shin splints

Posted by Karl McDonald on 19 May 2014

Shin splints is the name often given to pain in the lower leg, which is caused by exercise.

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Runner’s Knee

Posted by Karl McDonald on 19 May 2014

Do you suffer from pain around your knee while running?Is this affecting your enjoyment when you run?
Is this affecting your training volumes and/or intensity?
It may be that you are suffering from some form of “RUNNERS KNEE”

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Ankle Instability

Posted by Karl McDonald on 19 May 2014

Does your ankle keep “rolling”? Does your ankle “roll” really easily, especially on uneven ground? Does your ankle feel like it “gives way?” Do you have to wear a brace or tape on your ankle to prevent “rolling” it when playing sport?
If the answer is YES to any of the above questions it may be that you have chronic instability of the ankle. If the answer is NO and you have just sprained your ankle for the first time you should read on to help prevent this from being you!
An ankle sprain is a common injury. It usually results when the ankle is twisted, or turned in (inverted). The term sprain signifies injury to the soft tissues, usually the ligaments and capsule, of the ankle.

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