Easing Post Exercise Soreness

Easing Post Exercise Soreness

Have you ever felt sore after doing something rather physical…? Whether you’re a Park Runner, you train in the gym regularly or you run marathons then muscle soreness can build after demanding exercise. It’s normal for this to occur, but It always amazes me when I hear what people do to try & get rid of it - some very sensible stuff and then some ridiculously stupid things!! So today I want to share with you The Physio & Sports Injury Clinic’s top tips for Easing Post Exercise Soreness.

Should I Run or Should I Rest?

Should I Run or Should I Rest?

Is this a question you’ve ever asked yourself? Most runners in their time will probably have asked themselves this very question… SHOULD I RUN or SHOULD I REST?

How do you decide if you should run or not or even see a medical professional? The answer is not that simple unfortunately, as we are all different. So in this short blog I want to discuss 7 important questions to ask yourself the next time the issue of running or resting comes up.

Get your Running Back on Track!

Get your Running Back on Track!

It's that time of year, where running season is in full swing and people are preparing from 10ks, Half and Full marathons (not mentioning the big London 1 in a a couple of weeks time!) This means we start to see a lot of runners come through my door! Here at The Physio & Sports Injury Clinic in Rhos on Sea, we want to keep all you runners running. Therefore I thought I’d write a quick blog post and share the problems I see the most in the clinic as a result of upping the mileage.