This is the Rehab4Runners Blog! I hope you like the rest of the site. Have a look around if you haven’t already. It’s still something of a work in progress, but it’s getting there! The next things to add are images (hopefully video too) of exercises and better cross-linking between pages.
The aim of the site in general is to provide up-to-date and research led information on running injuries and injury prevention strategies, for runners. I felt there was a bit of a gap in the market for a site which didn’t either oversimplify things and use old, outdated information, or at the other end of the scale, use overly ‘sciencey’ language so you need a PhD in biomechanics to understand it!
So I started writing rehab4runners. It’s been in the pipeline for a while and I’ve been working away at it whenever I’ve had the chance and I now finally have the basics up and running. I have also just set-up Twitter (@rehab4runners) and Facebook pages so follow or like me to be kept up-to-date with new additions to the site and future research.
The aim of the blog is to provide a more fast paced source of information with updates on current thinking in injury rehab for relevant injuries and new research that emerges. I may even include some case studies which are always great to learn from.
As I say, this is all in the pipeline and I still work, seeing clients everyday so please bear with me! If you have any comments, questions or advice, I would be happy to hear from you. Either use the contact form on the homepage or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org