thanks I had a problem with an ankle injury before the marathon and they sorted that out although I do wonder whether the minor injuries sort themselves out with a little time ,my cynical nature I guess .My hip ,back groin problems would be more of a challenge ,let me know how you get on .
Do-little did the physio do any other types of treatment like ultra sound or just massage and give you the stretches ?I have a similar problem which I would love to have treated .I have tried all the stretches I can but they don't seem to help.Maybe a couple of sessions with a good physio will pay dividends.
I can see a lot of people are struggling much like me .The most I managed was about 4 miles and I had pains in places I never knew I had .I've decided I need to just chill and do plenty of stretches ,and try to keep motivated by reading runners world .
The only bits I remember are most of the mile markers because i had my eye fixed on them for a long way before as I ticked off each one ,Big Ben and the finish.
I certainly have a tendency to look down to try and dodge kerb stones ,other runners feet and dog dos .Fortunately there wasn't too much of the latter ...
Even when your head is up and looking around I think your brain is so absorbed in considering where the pain is and whether it feels worse than it did a couple of miles ago to store everything that's going on around you .Still wierd though .