Why do I get calf pain when I run?

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Calf pain and tightness when running seems to be an increasingly common complaint in the clinic.

This is to be expected after an injury but often, runners complain of calf pain without an obvious cause.

It’s known as non-traumatic calf

How to return to running after having a baby

posted in: Women's Health | 0

Our women’s health physiotherapist Ali Cann has recently returned to us and running, following the birth of her son.
Here’ she explains the changes and how to get back to running after baby arrives.

After pregnancy, the pelvic floor and …

Focus on a condition: Runner’s knee

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Patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS), also known as runner’s knee, is one of the most common running injuries.

PFPS is characterised by pain “around” or “behind” the patella (knee cap). The pain comes from the tissues surrounding or within the joint …

World Continence Awareness Week 2017

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June marks World Continence Awareness Week 2017, from 18-24 June.
Up to 6 million people in the UK are thought to experience bladder problems and if you’re one of them, you should know that you can be helped through …

Can you do Pilates in your sleep?

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Journalist Sarah Hawes joins is on week five of a six-week Pilates course with us. She’d never done it before and her blog takes you through her learning what it can do for your body.

Well, you can’t really do …

Four weeks ago, my back was a big slab of bone…

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Journalist Sarah Hawes has been enjoying Pilates with us and four weeks into a six-week course, she’s finding it’s making a difference.

It sounds like a strange thing to say and it’s not something I was aware of before…but my …

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