and the generally accelerating pace of life, many of us feel that our fuel tanks easily run low.Thankfully, we runners do better than most. Experts say that our running gives us better health and more energy than people who don’t exercise. “If exercise could
years on, not only am I simply a happier, healthier person, but I've also progressed in my career, having been made Directorate General Manager of Neurosciences across three major hospitals with a £50 million budget." Doctor’s orders Whatever
"Conscious Neuromapping of the Interior Knee Without Anaesthesia" and published the results in the American Journal of Sports Medicine. PFPS, he argued, was not in general a problem with tracking or pronating. Rather, it was an inflammation of the synovium
If you think a real knee is easily damaged, try taking out your frustrations on a fake one. A busted fake knee stands on my desk – a life-size prop of the kind that experts whip out to explain why this critical yet critically vulnerable joint can end up needing to be rested, reha...
GETTY IMAGESIn order to run at your best, your body needs time to recover between training sessions. Your hard work might end when you pull off your trainers, but your body keeps working afterwards, repairing and rebuilding muscle and gradually adapting to a regular (or increasin...
Foot | Achilles | Ankle Area | Lower leg | Knee | Hip Area / Upper leg | Upper-body | Chest | Digestion/diarrhoea | Women's issues | CreditsThese are highlights and frequently asked questions from our injury & health forums. They were created
Dr Rouzier. Damaging those nerves can make your feet feel numb. Symptoms generally disappear within an hour after you stop running but recur if you resume. Rest usually alleviates the problem but occasionally surgery may be necessary.Most issues can
. Damaging those nerves can make your feet feel numb. Symptoms generally disappear within an hour after you stop running but recur if you resume. Rest usually alleviates the problem but occasionally surgery may be necessary.Most issues can be dealt
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