Lower Limb Injuries, Knees, Shoulders, Hips, Running injuries and assessments, Foot and Ankle, upper and lower back pain, Necks and Pregnancy (pre and post natal)
Football, Running, Cycling, Tennis, Swimming, Pilates, Yoga, Snow Sports and Triathlons
UBC Rugby Club Vancouver Canada
8 Rinks Physiotherapy and Anatomy tutor and Strength and Conditioning Training at the University of Victoria
Running has many health benefits, but it’s not totally risk-free; by quickly increasing loads on the body you could experience a stress fracture. Doesn’t sound very appealing, right? So how can you reduce the risk of this type of injury?
Back pain is one of the most common complaints we see at Pure Sports Medicine so experts: Medical Director John Etherington and Physiotherapist Erin Lahay offer their advice on back pain, what to look for and what to do if you do experience it.
Physiotherapist Erin Lahay gives her top tips to avoid shin splints for new and seasoned runners