Everything you need to know about the best techniques for running injury prevention, running injury management and injury treatment, including what to do in the first few hours of getting an injury.
If you've picked up a running injury and want to know what it is and how to treat it, see our A to Z list of injuries below and find out how you can get back to running sooner.
Ankle and Foot
Calf and Shins
Hip and Upper Leg
Reacting fast is crucial in reducing the effect of a running injury. Find out what to do if you pick up an injury whilst running.
The first 72 hours after injury are the key to making a quick recovery. Here’s what to do.
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Don't just react when you pick up an injury, follow the advice on the pages below to keep yourself fit and injury-free.
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