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Sports Medicine and Running Injuries
If youre a runner, youve already signed up for the odd injury or two. Its the price we pay. Its ironic that theres such a fine line between health and hurt, but there you have it. Listen to your body and take preventative measures. But when the inevitable happens, perhaps one of these articles will help you.
- About Muscle Soreness DOMS (Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness) explained.
- Curing Plantar Fasciitis Yes, this a pesky injury, and many runners tolerate it for long periods of time, but there is a non-invasive cure if treatment begins early enough.
- Diagnose and Treat Iliotibial Band Syndrome ITB running injuries can be merely irritating or a show-stopper.
- Evaluate and Treat Runners Knee Also called chondromalacia and patellofemoral pain syndrome, this is a sports injury to avoid.
- How to Stop or Prevent a Side Stitch Strategies to reduce exercise related transient abdominal pain when running.
- Recovering from a Sports Injury 5 Tips To Speed Up The Recovery Process.
- Specific Stretches Offer Relief for Runners Knee Call it runners knee, chondromalacia, or patello-femoral syndrome; its a painful sports injury that stretching as well as some yoga poses can help.
- Stress Fracture or Shin Splints? Consult a doctor to be sure, but here are two clues.
- Tim Noakes Ten Laws of Running Injuries, Law One Health is determined by extrinsic and intrinsic forces.
- Tim Noakes Ten Laws of Running Injuries, Law Two Intrinsic overuse injuries are most likely to bench runners.
- Tim Noakes Ten Laws of Running Injuries, Law Three Each injury indicates a breakdown.
- Tim Noakes Ten Laws of Running Injuries, Law Four Most injuries are curable with medical treatment.
- Yoga Poses for Runners Stay injury-free, run with efficient form, perform like a champion.
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