Pelvic malalignment is common in runners but often goes undiagnosed, which can result in inadequate treatment for the patient’s injury. This article, with the aid of 11 videos, will enable you to correctly assess your patients and to diagnose and treat any malalignment problems. Register free below (or log in if you already have an account) and we'll also give you two of our most popular running injury handouts, which you can download and print out for your patients, on "Plantar Fasciitis in Runners" and "Achilles Tendinopathy for Runners" - (no subscription is required). You can also access the article key points and other related resources.
This leaflet covers exercises and advice on plantar fasciitis for runners. It's been written specifically for patients/clients. The two page handout gives guidance on symptoms, management and prevention, along with rehabilitation exercises. Register free (or... Read More
This leaflet covers exercises and advice on patellofemoral pain syndrome for runners. It's been written specifically for patients/clients. The two page handout gives guidance on symptoms, management and prevention, along with rehabilitation exercises. You can... Read More
This leaflet covers exercises and advice to help prevent and rehabilitate medial tibial stress syndrome in runners. It's been written specifically for patients/clients. The two page handout gives guidance on symptoms, management and prevention, along... Read More
This leaflet covers exercises and advice on iliotibial band syndrome for runners. It's been written specifically for patients/clients. The two page handout gives guidance on symptoms, management and prevention, along with rehabilitation exercises. You can purchase them individually using the Purchase button below, or as part of any of the main Co-Kinetic subscriptions.
This leaflet covers exercises and advice to help prevent hamstring strain and tendinopathy in runners. It's been written specifically for patients/clients. The four page handout gives guidance on symptoms, management and training, along with hamstring stretching and conditioning exercises. You can purchase them individually using the Purchase button below, or as part of any of the main Co-Kinetic subscriptions.
This leaflet covers exercises and advice on Achilles tendinopathy injuries in runners. It's been written specifically for patients/clients. There are two exercise handouts giving guidance on symptoms, causes, prevention and rehabilitation exercises. You can purchase them individually using the Purchase button below, or as part of any of the main Co-Kinetic subscriptions.
An all-in-one marketing strategy on the topic of running with ready-to-go social media posts, you can post directly to your social networks from within the Co-Kinetic platform. Each of these links to your own email collection form that we've created for you, and offers an awesome value-added piece of content, which they receive automatically when they share their email address with you (don't worry, we take care of it all for you). There's even a pre-written 'keep in touch' email on the same topic which you can send to your existing contacts, and an off-the-shelf PowerPoint presentation to wow them with your expertise and convert your email leads into paying customers. We've literally done it all for you. This video talks you through it.
It's a ready-to-go campaign available to anyone with a full site subscription to Co-Kinetic (more details on this web page or you can request more info about how these kits work including a full sample campaign, by clicking this link).
If you have a registered account (it's free) you can access 5 pieces of awesome social media (including a brilliant whiteboard animation) that you can post to your own social networks right now, all without a subscription.
Rebrandable client resources covering the 6 most common running injuries. It includes a client newsletter "Don't Run into Trouble: 8 Keys to Preventing Running Injuries", along with advice leaflets and accompanying exercise handouts on the following injuries: Achilles tendinopathy; hamstring strains; plantar fasciitis; iliotibial band syndrome; medial tibial stress syndrome; patellofemoral pain syndrome. For more information about branding this content click here. You can download some free social media and a couple of patient leaflets by logging in or registering a free account below (no subscription required).
These leaflets are included in all our monthly subscriptions or they can be purchased individually using the purchase button below.
The latest infographic created by Co-Kinetic for the Don't Run into Trouble Content Marketing Campaign for Therapists. You can check it out in full here - OPEN ACCESS.
This leaflet covers various iliotibial band exercises and has been written for patients. The exercise handout gives information on the rehabilitation programme, guidance for stretching exercises and progression speed. You can purchase it individually using the Purchase button below, or as part of any of the main Co-Kinetic subscriptions.
The article explores the most prominent running injuries and associated risk factors with a view to explaining how barefoot running may alter load to the tissues most affected by running injury. It explains the difference between barefoot running and gait retraining and gives some practical recommendations on implementing barefoot running safely. Register below to read the key points.
This article outlines the latest incidence statistics for chronic plantar heel pain, explains how the structure and function of the plantar fascia is affected by pathology, outlines a detailed differential diagnosis and then delves into an evidence-based exploration of passive treatment options, exercise therapy and late stage rehabilitation. We have also created an accompanying Heel Pain Content Marketing Kit which contains all the material you need to build awareness about Heel Pain and the how physical therapy can speed up the recovery process. Both the article and marketing kit are included as part of a full site subscription or can be purchased individually for those without a full site subscription. For more information register or login below.
Open access podcast covering best practice assessment, treatment and management of iliotibial band syndrome (ITBS) as well as the common dilemmas faced in frontline clinical practice. We also discuss injections, other adjunct therapies and surgery!
26 pieces of social media on the topic of running injuries, which you can post to Facebook or Twitter using our simple 4-step scheduling tool. Each piece of social media links to a email lead collection form where people can sign up to receive the downloadable resources. Once they have entered their details, we collect those email details for you, and deliver them to the resources they have signed up to receive. This campaign also includes a range of 'lead magnets' (high value pieces of content) which your viewers can download once they've entered their email address (don't worry, we take care of the whole process for you). All you need to do is schedule the social media to be sent to your social networks. You can use the campaign to build your email list and build reputation and authority by publishing some super-helpful content to your social networks.
To try out a free campaign and see how it works, just login or register an account below and visit the Campaigns section in the My Account panel.
This case study describes the conservative management of a runner with iliotibial band syndrome (ITBS), from diagnosis to return to running. In reading this article the audience will be shown how to practically employ the ITBS conservative management framework outlined in the accompanying narrative review in a running-specific setting. A particular emphasis will be placed on integrating specific facets of the evidence base into the assessment and treatment process, outlining which objective tests, outcome measures and interventions sit comfortably within an evidence-informed framework. The article includes a certificated elearning quiz along with several videos and podcasts.
Historically, friction at the lateral femoral condyle has been thought to be the cause of iliotibial band syndrome (ITBS). This review presents the reader with evidence that, rather than friction, compression of the lateral femoral condyle caused by altered biomechanics (as well as excessive loading) is responsible for ITBS. This review also summarises the treatment modalities for ITBS, with a significant focus on gait retraining and biomechanics. A conservative treatment paradigm is also presented to guide clinical reasoning in relation to symptom severity and irritability. The article includes a certificated elearning assessment.
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