#runnersknee photos & videos

1 hour ago

Knee pain is one of the most common running injuries. So common that anterior knee pain is often referred to as Runner's knee. This is an umbrella term referring to any pain surrounding the knee, but most commonly patellofemoral pain syndrome, iliotibial band (ITB ) friction syndrome or patella tendinopathy. Running is very repetitive. Weakness, tightness, poor biomechanics and loading mechanics, poor training practices all can lead to overloading the knee when running. Often knee pain starts with some discomfort and without management increases to impact normal daily activities. Whilst it is important to understand the running itself is not bad for your knees, you need to be prepared for running and train appropriately to ensure you reduce the risk of injury. Runner's knee is easily managed with physiotherapy to address the many possible causes. Do not delay! The quicker you get it treated and start managing it, the quicker you will get back training 🏃‍♀️🏃 #running #training #exercise #injury #injurymanagement #sport #covid19 #coronavirus #pain #kneepain #runnersknee #physio #sportsphysio #fisio #physiotherapy

2 hours ago

You know you are growing up when you take supplements for joint pain 😂😂 I’ve been using @buckedupsupps to help with my knee pain and within a couple of days of using it I’ve already seen a difference. Even driving for longer than 20min kills my knee 😂😂 but its helped with that!! and i didn’t even have to use cruise control today when driving down the freeway (that’s a big deal! ) What do you take to help with joint pain?! #buckedupsupps #buckedup #kneepain #running #kiavaclothing #runnersknee #runningismytherapy #collagen #buckedupgirls #collagenpowder #jointpain #growingup #buckedupbabes

6 hours ago

My top INITIAL rehab exercises for getting some activation in the glutes and around the hip. These are a great starting point for anyone who has been told they need a bit more stability in their booty! All you need is a band- give them a go and let me know what you think! Excuse the facials. These require some concentration! 😅 1. Single leg bridge. Band around the knees to engage the glutes even more. Push through your foot/heel and squeeze those buttocks at the top. Make sure to keep your pelvis level throughout the movement. Repeat 3 x 15 on each leg. Too hard? Have both feet on the ground, or just the toes of one foot touching for a bit of balance. Too easy? Pop your foot up on a step or a chair and feel the burn! 2. Running man. Stand on one leg, weight evenly spread through your foot. Slight bend in your knee. Check your alignment! We don't want your knee dropping inwards or your hip sticking outwards. Hinge forward at your hip keeping your pelvis and back straight. Push through your foot to stand up and squeeze those buttocks. Aim for 2 x 15 each leg. Try not to touch your other leg down through the whole set! 💥this is a great exercise for running as it is in a weight bearing position and moves only through a functional range. Too hard? Try holding onto a wall for balance. Too easy? Stand on a wobbly surface or hold a light weight in your hand. 3. Side lying clamshell. Lie down on your side, legs IN LINE with your body. Too often people are doing this exercise with the hips bent. This is not a functional position for running. Squeeze your heels together and lift your top knee up against the band. Try not to let your hips roll backwards during the movement. Aim for x 30-40 on each side. Too hard? Take band away. Too easy? Lift BOTH feet off the ground and try again. 4. Penguin walk (not crab walk which is with hips bent- again not as functional ). Band around feet, side step up/down your hallway for 2-3 minutes squeezing those buttocks. This is a burner! 🍑 Thanks team. Let me know how you get on! ✌

8 hours ago

Got thru round 8/10 of my newest intervals. Hopefully, a massage and continued Physio works some magic. The knee went at round 8. It’s been an hour and now the glute is mad. It’s alllll connected. #runninginjury #runnersknee #runnership #runnersbutt #keepmoving

9 hours ago

Don’t let knee pain and stiffness stop you from being able to get down on one knee. Knee flexion is an important part of life. If you can’t bend down on your knee(s ) due to lack of flexibility or chronic stiffness/pain, we can help. Contact us for more information. @discoversofttissue #kneepain #runnersknee #meniscustear #tightquads #discoverrelief #enjoylifemore #flexibility #kneepainrelief #discoverthedifference #discoversofttissueandspine #uncommontreatment4commoninjuries #muscleandjointsolutions

10 hours ago

Loving getting up early to fit in yoga before work lately 🧘‍♀️ As much as a week of rest and recovery has been lovely, I am itching to run again, but I know I shouldn’t rush into it! My leg is feeling better and I can now walk and do stretches with no pain so I’m going to try a walk tomorrow and a run later on in the week!🤞 Hope you’ve all had a fab weekend ☀️

10 hours ago

What a beautiful evening! A slow run 12,5km 5’15”/km in the evening of a really hot day ☀️🤤 Lätt den bästa löprundan hittills i år! Så himla underbart väder och på favvorundan 🥰🏃🏼‍♀️ #sundayrunday #runday #runforlife #runnergirl #runningmom #runningmotivation #runnersofinstagram #runnersworldswe #hotrun #sunnyrun #summereveningrun #löparglädje #jagspringer #löparglädjekarlstad #nevergonnastop #nevergiveup #runnersknee #runnerskneerecovery

10 hours ago

Finished my first 10k today! Have you surprised yourself by doing something you never thought you could, or had even wanted to do before? I was so nervous because I wasn’t sure if I could actually run an entire 6.2 miles. The first 3 weee “easy” because I was with Taylor at a slower pace. The 4th was my best time. The 5th was terrible; all I thought is that I’m never running a half marathon. The 6th and .2 was tough but better because I was almost done! My legs, knees, and gluts were starting to hurt, but I know how to take care of them, too. 🙌 I surprise myself each time I do something like this. I don’t think I can, then I train & prepare, and then I just do it. I may run a half marathon, but I have to get a few more runs in before I do that. It’s basically taken me 9 months to be ready for this, so maybe by the fall or just wait til spring. All I know for sure is that I’m treating myself to a really nice pair of leggings! One of my 2020 goals is to run a 10k and reward myself with lulus. Any favorites? #notarunner #10k #memorialmarch10k #familyrun #perseverance #keepgoing #rewardyourself #leggings #mindset #runningismental #healthylifestyle #balance #runnersknee #fit #fitnessjourney #weightlossjourney #selflove #selfcare

12 hours ago

Sunday’s run! 2 miles in under 20 minutes!! ❗️🤩 I did it on the treadmill because it’s a bit warm already this morning. #running #runningtraining #runningmotivation #physicatherapy #kneerehab #runnersknee #choosept #dralipt

12 hours ago

Dr.Kenneth A Nilsson's Tips for Better Living. #kneetaping #physiotape #runnersknee

12 hours ago

HAVE TROUBLE SQUATTING⁉️ LOOK AT YOUR ANKLE MOBILITY‼️ 👆🏻👆🏻 • 💥 HIT SAVE and use this before you do squats 🏋🏻 • 💥 SEND this to someone who can’t sit on their heels without falling over 🤦‍♀️ • Three things to focus on; ✅ Hunt around until you find a sensitive spot 😵 ✅ Elevate your hips and cross your leg to add more pressure 💎 ✅ Flex and extend your ankle to create a pin and stretch effect 📌 • #squatchallenge #squatsonsquats #asstograss #anklemobilization #anklemobility #fixmysquat #howtosquat #stiffankles #dailymobility #shinsplintsrecovery #squatposition #mobilityexercises #runnersknee

13 hours ago

Foot and ankle mobility.💥 . Having proper movement in these two areas is extremely important. It can affect the way you walk, run, jump, squat, and perform other exercises since the foot and ankle are the building blocks for everything else moving upwards in the body. With these certain asymmetries, it can lead to compensation and possible injury if not addressed. . Having better movement in the joints of the foot and ankle can make performing exercises, like the squat, more efficiently and comfortably. Of course, you can dive a lot deeper into the different muscles and joints in this area, but here are a few exercises to get you started. . Movement tips.👇🏼 1️⃣ Talus mobilization. 2️⃣ Talus mobilization with resistance band. 3️⃣ Calcaneal (heel ) mobilization. 4️⃣ Foam rolling calf muscle. 5️⃣ Cale muscle stretch. . Tag a friend who can use these exercises!👇🏼💯

13 hours ago

⭐️TENDINITIS TREATMENT TIPS⭐️ by @healyourpain_ - 💥Here are some tips to help manage your tendon pain: - 🔥DO NOT PRIORITIZE EXTERNAL THERAPIES🔥 - When you scratch a mosquito bite, it often feels good and the relief may last a few minutes. External therapies have the same effect: they feel good and may provide some short term pain relief but they do not increase the ability of the tendon to handle more load which is what will determine a successful outcome - 🔥STRENGTH TRAINING RULES🔥 - Whether you have a small or high amount of pain, a loading stimulus should always be applied to facilitate a positive tendon adaptation. Strength training/exercises best accomplishes this. If pain is very high, isometric exercises may be more appropriate where as if pain is less, traditional strength exercises with adequate ranges of motion can be used. Always apply the right load as too much will cause more pain - 🔥AVOID PROLONGED COMPRESSION🔥 - A compressive load is one that compresses or “squishes” your tendon. If pain is very high, these forces should be minimized and slowly introduced into your routine over time. For example, if you have a higher hamstring tendinopathy, flexing your hip will compress this tendon as will sitting for long periods of time. Managing this will help mediate your pain levels and recovery - ‼️This is not medical advice, always see a professional for your pain‼️ - #tendonitis #kneepain #hippain #functionaltraining #functionalfitness #strengthcoach #strengthtraining #strengthandconditioning #weighttraining #runnersknee #running #runner #tendinopathy #fisio #fisioterapia #personaltrainer #dpt #physiotherapy #physicaltherapy #physiotherapist #physio #chiro #massage #fitspo #kinesiology #spinehealth #prehab #injury #injured #injuries

14 hours ago

✅As most people are getting Back to Activity, I have been hearing more & more questions about Knee problems 🥺 . ✅ Get All those answered in One place by yours truly 🙌🏻 . ✅ Join me from the comfort of your home & yes with your favorite beverage to learn more about Knee Problems & get all your questions answered 🎉 . ✅Comment “knee” below if u would like to register or send us a PM!

16 hours ago

Sunday Hill Sprints for runners . Hill sprints are a great way for athletes to work on acceleration. By having to overcome the incline of the hill it allows the athlete to focus on leaning forward to push and less about decelerating. . This is a great starting point for beginning sprinting. . This is also a great alternative for runners who deal with knee pain. By leaning forward it olputs the emphasis on the backside of your legs (hamstrings and glutes ). . How steep the incline of the hill is will help determine what the best quality to train is. A good example is the difference in hills from video 1 to video 2 . 🎥 1 ) steeper hill: repeat sprints 📽️ 2 ) less steep: acceleration . It's also scientifically proven that a head band makes you faster so I'd recommend getting one of those as well . . . #nyctrainer #physicaltherapist #physicaltherapy #physiotherapy #onlineworkouts #workoutadvice #running #marathontraining #runningworkout #golf #rehabilitation #habits #routine #accountability #injuryprevention #strengthcoach #functionalfitness #healthcoach #diet #weightloss #lifestylemedicine #behaviorchange #runningcoach #athleticdevlopment #kettlebells #kettlebellworkout #bodyweightworkout #runnersknee

18 hours ago

🔥Great message for a Sunday morning. Well done to @mgibb05288 Nailed every step of his rehab. Didn’t miss a step. Laid the foundations & then capitalised upon them as rehab became performance 🏃‍♂️ Spent time earning the right to run quicker again. Now he can push the pace even more so! Not bad when a slow 5k is 21 minutes 🙌 Need help with a running injury? Give me a shout 🤙 ———— #rehabtoresilient #runninginjury #runningpain #runnersinjury #runningrehab #runnersstrength #runninginjuryfree #runnersknee #kneepain #kneepainrelief #kneepainexercises #kneeinjury #kneeinjuries #achilles #achillestendonitis #calfinjury #calfrehab #harrogate #harrogatephysio #harrogatefitness #harrogatelife #harrogaterunners

23 hours ago

Patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS ) or 'runners knee' is one of the most common running injuries that we see in the clinic and is unfortunately far more common in the female runner! 🙄 It will present as pain over the front of the knee that is worse with running and often with walking down stairs or slopes. When you bend and straighten your knee (basically a movement that is on repeat x 100000 when running ), the knee cap stays stable in its home called the trochlear groove. Reduced control of the knee, hip and ankle will cause certain muscles to take a back seat (glutes and medial quads ) and others to over compensate (hip flexors, internal rotators and lateral quads ). When the knee bends on landing and the single leg control is not there, this can significantly alter the forces around the knee and will often lead to irritation at the joint! 95% of the time when we see runners with anterior knee pain we barely touch the knee itself! Most treatment is focused on correcting and improving altered running technique, strength and control of the gluteal muscles and stability of the foot - stay tuned for my favorite exercises to rehab those booty muscles! 🍑 Running technique is HUGE in helping to correct and prevent PFPS. Common issues we see are: ❌ slow cadence/leg turnover ❌ poor foot landing position relative to the trunk ❌ crossing the midline when landing (like running on a tight rope ) Instead, we want you: ✅ running with a cadence somewhere between 160-180 steps per minute (preferably over 170 ) ✅ landing with your foot underneath your trunk (not way out in front ). ✅not crossing over your midline on landing (try running over a line or crack in the road and aim to keep your feet on either side as a test ) When running, think about pushing yourself forward rather than pulling yourself forward. This will mean you are using your glutes, hamstrings and calfs more efficiently! The good news is that most of the time we are able to keep you running at some capacity while you rehab, and 99% of clients return to full painfree running. Stay tuned for my top rehab exercises for PFPS. ✌


This past week was rough all around. Completely blew out my knee after a run. Had a good bit of rest though, so gonna get back into it slowly. You can really tell the difference when you’re on track and when you’re off. Also gained a few pounds so I’m not very happy with that. #happysaturday #weightlossjourney #weightloss #fitness #fitnessbeginner #fitnessjourney #runnersknee #startingagain


🍮Can gelatin supplementation increase tendon and ligament strength?⁣ ⁣ 💪🏻Ligaments and tendons are made up from collagen protein. Collagen largely consists of the amino acids (i.e. building blocks ) glycine and proline. Gelatin is the food derivative of collagen (e.g. found in gummy bears ). ⁣ ⁣ 🔬This study investigated the effect of a 15 g gelatin supplement (with vitamin C ) on collagen mass in ⁣ an engineered ligament. Subjects ingested placebo or gelatin, and performed 6 min of rope skipping. Blood samples were taken from the subjects, and this blood was added to engineered ligaments. ⁣ ⁣ 💉The addition of blood from subjects who had ingested gelatin increased the size and strength of the engineered ligaments. In addition, blood markers of collagen synthesis were increased with the gelatin supplementation.⁣ ⁣ 🧫Therefore, these results suggest that gelatin ingestion can stimulate collagen protein synthesis. ⁣ However, a limitation of this study is that it’s only partly performed in the human body. Human ⁣research on this topic is still in a very early stage. ⁣ 💡In conclusion, gelatin (or collagen ) supplementation increases collagen growth and strength in an engineered ligament model. ⁣ ⁣ Credit - @nutritiontactics#kneepainnogain #collagen #tendonitis #kneepain #physicaltherapy #tendons #physiotherapist #deepsquats #ligaments #tendoninjury #patellartendonitis #physiotherapy #recovery #kneeproblems #physicaltherapist #injuryprevention #rehab #injury#kneepain #tendinopathy #mobilitywod #exercisetherapy #jointpain #runnersknee #kneehealth #jumpersknee #exercisephysiology #aclsurgery #painrelief #aclrehab


Who’s been running? 🏃‍♀️ 🏃 . . . 🙋🏻‍♀️since #shelterinplace I am doing a lot of #running . I also have an old knee injury so it hurts after a long run. . . . #postrun routine is a lot of foam rolling (quads, glutes, hip flexor, tibialis, hamstrings ) and soaking my feet in hot epsom salt. Works like a charm if I also do an epsom salt bath. It’s been hot, so I forego that. Acupuncture comes next if the rolling doesn’t help. . . . DM or comment below If you have any questions on how to alleviate your knee pain at home! . . . #kneepainrelief #electroacupuncture #runnersknee #halfmarathon #iloverunning #cardio #slowandsteady #fitness #stayhealthy #staywell #bewell #athletictrainer #holistichealth #embracethejourney #selfcare #selfhealing #anotherway #sanjosecalifornia #losgatosacupuncture #losgatos #roadtowellness #smallbusinessowner #womeninbusinesss #spreadpositivity


KNEE FRIENDLY LOWER BODY DUMBBELL WORKOUT🚨 - 🟩 Great collab between myself and @jamieeasonmiddleton , Fitness Specialist and Wellness Coach! - 🟦 A major mistake that people make is pushing through excessive levels of pain and discomfort, and failing to pay attention to warning signs. - 🟧 To still train your lower body but avoid/reduce the likelihood of increasing pain or worsen irritable knees, we developed a program that will strengthen the major lower body regions while maintaining or improving knee health! - 👉🏼 THE PROGRAM: 1️⃣ Dumbbell Glute Bridge 2️⃣ Stability Ball Hamstring Curl 3️⃣ Dumbbell Squat to Bench or Ottoman 4️⃣ Dumbbell Single Leg Romanian Deadlift & B-Stance RDL 5️⃣ Clam Hip Dips 6️⃣ Stability Ball Glute Squeeze 7️⃣ Wall Sit Alternating Leg Extension - - 🔴 TAG & SHARE WITH FRIENDS - COMMENT BELOW WITH ANY QUESTIONS OR FEEDBACK 🔴 . Great post by @dr .giardina.dpt


STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING: RUNNER’S KNEE🌸 Runner’s knee is a condition which causes pain in your knee, it’s caused by the muscles in your hip and knee not keeping your kneecap in alignment. It is really common and I definitely struggle with this because of my long runs. To help relieve the pain I have started doing strength and conditioning training as well as stretching - - If you suffer with runner’a knee too, here’s some good easy exercises that really do make a difference and also reduce the risk of injury - - 1 minute for each exercise: Single leg balance reaches (alternating )🌸 Backwards lunges (alternating ) 🌸 Clamshells 🌸 Reverse clamshells 🌸 Mountain climbers 🌸 Side plank (alternating ) 🌸 - Save📍, like ❤️ and comment if this workout works for you and helps relieve your runner’s knee! - - - - #training #runnersofinstagram #running #runningmotivation #runnersknee #fitnessmotivation #fitness #healthylifestyle #fitnessgal #nike #fabletics #gym #gymmotivation #strengthtraining #strengthandconditioning #fitnessjourney


Muscle retraining at @triptnyc 💪🏽💯🔛. We work with our patients on developing the CORRECT form and posture.


Many moons ago, when I did a bit of Thai kickboxing, they taught us to include training sessions without speed. • This meant that you could correct bad technique and then (when speed was reintroduced into the routine ) the correct technique would ensure good power and fewer injuries. • I’m no expert, but I think the same could apply for many sports, including running 🏃🏼‍♂️🤷‍♂️🤔💡 • One of my big flaws as a runner is not resisting the temptation to always try and run further/faster - or to beat the stats of my fellow IG runners! 😜😉🤙🏻 • Today I resisted that urge and ran at a slower pace. As a result I noticed my left foot was really tense - my toes were almost clinched!!?? • Once I noticed this I was able to correct it and go on to run 10k with very little discomfort from my knee injury 🎉😁💪🏻 • Good technique is the foundation to successful running 👌🏻 • • #running #runnersofinstagram #runningmotivation #fitat40 #fueledbyplants #poweredbyplants #recovery #runnersknee #veganfitness #veganrunners #veganrunnersuk #veganrunning #veganrunner


❗Runners 🏃 Listen 🆙! _ Want to go through a couple tidbits that I've learned as a running coach. _ ➡ First is your desired shoe and the technology within it does NOT take precedence over simple things like cadence and ground reaction force. Often times, running at a quicker cadence or thinking "lighter on your feet" are great modifications to improve efficiency or decrease leg pain compared to switching abruptly to a new shoe. _ ➡ Your mechanics also don't matter as much as cadence, grf, and the type of shoe you wear. Shoe wear Can dramatically improve or decline one's biomechanics, but often times, overcorrecting ones mechanics without taking into account the aforementioned factors can decrease running economy and performance. _ ➡ Also simple tip is to have a dynamic warm up prior to runs.. Not static. Do not hold your stretches longer than 5 seconds and instead get prime movers to activate and work through its full range of motion such as some of the exercises described 1️⃣Calf Stretch to terminal knee extension _ 2️⃣Calf Stretch to hamstring stretch _ 3️⃣Hip flexor stretch to lumbar side bend _ 4️⃣Figure 4 Forward lean _ 5️⃣Calf Stretch to Contralateral Calf raise. _ 🎯 TAG A RUNNER WHO NEEDS THIS! _ 💭Comment below any questions, concerns, thoughts 🙂 _ Follow @flexwithdoctorjay and turn on the post notifications to not miss out on content! _ _ #run #running #runners #runnerscommunity #runninginjury #runforfun #runningrehab #onlinept #ptonline


Just me, my knee, and my lovely Shan. Fortunately for Shannon there’s no photo evidence of the cow muck incident 🙈 . . . #higgertor #runnersknee #thisgirlcan #peakdistrict #walking #peakdistrictwalks #walkingwithfriends #hillsandvalleys #thisisengland #outdoorsgirl


𝐀𝐧𝐭𝐞𝐫𝐢𝐨𝐫 𝐊𝐧𝐞𝐞 𝐏𝐚𝐢𝐧: 𝐑𝐞𝐡𝐚𝐛⁣ ⁣ 👉🏼Ankle dorsiflexion is a key point of mobility for runners and all athletes.⁣ ⁣ 🔎Proper mobility here ensures that the shank advances smoothly over the foot during mid-stance of the gait cycle. ⁣ ⁣ 🔑Dysfunction here can cause altered mechanics of the tibia/femur leading to strain at the front of the tissues at the front of the knee. ‘Runners Knee’ is a common ailment and a general term that encompasses pathologies like:⁣ 🔹 Patellofemoral Pain⁣ 🔹 Patellar Tendinitis⁣ 🔹 Patellar Apophysitis⁣ 🔹⁣Chondromalacia Patellae ⁣ 💡To improve ankle dorsiflexion I’m using a @roguefitness floss band to pin the fascia to underlying tissues and drive all of the weight of the KB into the ankle mobilization. ⁣ ⁣ 💊 10-20 repetitions each direction


Runner’s Knee flaring up with your extra mileage these days? . . 𝗛𝗲𝗿𝗲’𝘀 𝟵 𝗺𝗼𝘃𝗲𝘀 𝘁𝗵𝗮𝘁 𝘄𝗶𝗹𝗹 𝗮𝘁𝘁𝗮𝗰𝗸 𝘁𝗵𝗲 𝘀𝗼𝘂𝗿𝗰𝗲 𝗼𝗳 𝘆𝗼𝘂𝗿 𝗽𝗮𝗶𝗻 & 𝗵𝗲𝗹𝗽 𝘆𝗼𝘂 𝗸𝗶𝗰𝗸 𝘁𝗵𝗮𝘁 𝘀𝘁𝘂𝗯𝗯𝗼𝗿𝗻 𝗥𝘂𝗻𝗻𝗲𝗿’𝘀 𝗞𝗻𝗲𝗲 𝗽𝗮𝗶𝗻. . . 1️⃣Foam Roll Quads 2️⃣Foam Roll TFL (the muscle that your IT band originates from ) 3️⃣Foam Roll Glutes 4️⃣Foam Roll Glute Med 5️⃣Couch Stretch 6️⃣Banded Clam Shells 7️⃣Banded Donkey Kicks 8️⃣Elevated Banded Glute Bridges 9️⃣Side Plank Side Kicks . . . Like this post? Want to see more like it? Give me a ♥️ & tag your running buddies!🏃🏼‍♀️🏃🏿‍♂️🏃🏽🏃🏻‍♀️🏃🏿‍♀️ . . . . #SimplyStretchLA #RunnersKnee


Har haft en riktigt härlig födelsedagsvecka🥳 Ett år visare och har dock fått inse och acceptera att jag har en överansträngning i mitt högra knä, det släpper liksom inte riktigt - Vad gör man nu??? 🧐 Känns bra idag men så fort jag börjar jogga en kilometer så kommer smärtan tillbaka :( Jag har inget tålamod för sånt här 😅 Inga mer 30 kilometers mål varje vecka???🤯 #löparglädje #löpning #överansträngning #löparknä #running #runner #runnersknee #runnergirl


I think my face says it all! Nothing felt right or good about that run today, so much so I feel very disappointed in myself 😔 Inconsistent pace. Breathing off. Knee pain. Had to walk for 2mins half way through (never done that before ). Hot, so hot 🥵 I didn't do the extra 15mins at the end. And my mind telling me to just stop! That's the hardest thing to overcome. And look at those sweat patches from my hydration vest 😬 😄 #running #summer #sohot #runnersknee #pain #disappointed #runningfail #nothappy #mindovermatter #keepmoving #southampton #fitness #resttime #tryagainnexttime #thinkpositively


Knee injury facts The knee is one of the most common body parts to be injured. Types of common knee injuries include sprains, strains, bursitis, dislocations, fractures, meniscus tears, and overuse injuries. Knee injuries are generally caused by twisting or bending force applied to the knee, or a direct blow, such as from sports, falls, or accidents. Risk factors for knee injury include overuse, improper training, having osteoporosis, and playing high-impact sports that involve sudden changes in direction. The main signs and symptoms of knee injury are knee pain and swelling. Knee injuries are diagnosed by a history and physical examination. Sometimes an X-ray or MRI may be done. Treatment of knee injuries depends on the type and severity of the injury and can involve RICE therapy (rest, ice, compression, elevation ), physical therapy, immobilization, or surgery. Prognosis for knee injury depends on the type and severity of the injury and the need for physical therapy or surgery. Prevention of knee pain and injuries involves proper training, proper equipment, and maintaining a safe playing field or home environment to avoid falls. . . Different types of knee injuries -Knee sprains -Knee strains -Knee bursitis -Tears of the meniscus -Knee joint dislocation -Knee fractures . . Causes a knee injury:- -an external force bending or twisting the knee abnormally. -High-force injuries -overuse or age related degenerative changes. . . . Risk factors for a knee injury:- -High-impact sports -The elderly -Women at higher risk -Being overweight -Overuse and overtraining . . . Knee injury symptoms and signs:- The main symptoms of knee injury are as follows: Knee pain Swelling Heat Redness Tenderness Difficulty bending the knee Problems weight bearing Clicking or popping sounds Locking of the knee Feeling of instability . . . Diagnosis:- - X-ray - MRI - CT-Scan - Special test #Physicaltherapy #physiotherapymanagement #physiotherapy #kneejoint #sprained #fracture #minedacademy #kneeinjury #kneeligaments #osgoodschlatter #jumpersknee #patellartendonitis #meniscaltear #runnersknee #rectusfemoris #myositis #hamstrings #quadriceps


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4 days ago

Vandaag wilde ik eigenlijk een rondje hardlopen.. maar ik merk dat mijn knie soms weer wat protesteert.😕Misschien is het om de dag hardlopen toch iets te veel van t goede geweest😅 . Dus wordt het een rondje wandelen vanavond en maar wat vaker op de racefiets springen ipv hardlopen. Ook heel fijn!💕 . En oefeningen,oefeningen,oefeningen doen om ‘m sterk te houden.. verder nog iemand tips tegen een terugkerende lopersknie?😶 . . . . . . . . . . #running #instarunners #worlderunners #ilh #hardlopenisleuk #hardlopen #runnersofinstagram #staystrong #runningmotivation #runnerslife #runnersofinstagram #laufenmachtglu ̈cklich #laufen #enjoythedistance #runninggirl #runnershigh #weekend #runnersknee

5 days ago

𝗥𝗨𝗡𝗡𝗘𝗥𝗦.. . I’ve been lucky to work with, and continue to work with, some incredible endurance athletes throughout my career. Corrective exercise and strength training - the focal areas of my work - play a pivotal role in endurance sport and running, however are often left out or indeed misunderstood. Running should be treated as a skill and the components of running should be trained. In its rawest form, running is repeated single leg impact. How do we train to be better at running? 1. Ensure the joint(s ) have the capacity to tolerate repeated loading. •The foot / ankle - does it have the ability to function and provide the platform for all power transfer during each stride? •The knee - can the knee flex and extend, as well as deal with the tibia (shin bone ) internally rotating as it does with impact? •The hip - can the hip facilitate impact and provide an efficient platform for movement and power to be produced? 2. Ensure the tissues around each joint are strong and elastic to ensure they can absorb and create force. What movements shall I do? •Joint CARs and mobility training to ensure that the joint can do what it’s intended to do. •Single leg strength training - through all planes of movement. •Running specific skill work - ankle drills, walking A’s and B’s, wall drills. How do I get the best out of my running? Ensure your focus is quality over quantity. Vary the intensity of your runs and make sure you’re adequately recovered for each run. This varies with the event you’re training for, however I’d say your time is far better spent building running as a skill and implementing strength training, as opposed to pounding those extra 1 or 2 runs per week for the sake of running. If you need help or guidance with your running training, get in touch🔗 #harveylawtonpt #themovementblueprint #buildingbetterbodies #runningfoundations #strengthtrainingforrunners #runningperformance

5 days ago

New 10k PB🔔🏃🏽‍♀️ 46:36! Ending a successful 6 week block of training with one final test today. 47:12 >> 46.36🙌🏽 super chuffed to have shaved off 36s, all the while completely pain-free! Biggest thank you to @harveylawtonpt @themovementblueprint for literally transforming my running and training💙 Throughout years of playing sport at school, 18 years of dancing and training for my first marathon in 2017, I was plagued with knee problems. No scan, physio or keyhole surgery ever really fixed or uncovered the problem. I was massively sceptical that mobility and strength work would change the game for me after so many years, and it took a while before I started to notice the benefits. But I can safely say that addressing every weakness, every imbalance and locked up muscle has been the ultimate miracle. Feeling hugely excited for a new block of strength work, integrating a block of speedwork with the help of @running_with_charlie 🔥 Looking forward to the day I can be reunited with @jb_sportstherapy too! . . . . #healthyharty #running #run #runner #10kpb #marathontraining #vmlm #vmlm2020 #strengthtrainingforrunners #painfreerunning #runnersknee #kneepain #runnersofinstagram #runnersofig #runningmotivation #runnershigh #runhappy #runstrong #runninggoals #training #fitness #runningfoundations #themovementblueprint

Dec 2019

RUNNERS KNEE aka PATELLOFEMORAL PAIN One of the most common knee injuries from running that I see in the clinic is PFPS. PFPS is an umbrella term used to describe pain that arises from the joint between the knee cap ( patella ) and the adjacent tissues. Most often, this happens in running due to the repetitive single leg jumping and landing that is required ( 5km can be over 6000 hops! ). Because the patella is a floating bone, it is able to move or track in different directions depending on the ability of the surrounding structures to STABILIZE! Our Quads Tendon and Patellar Tendon anchor above and below, and the contraction of our quads will cause the patella to move with varying degrees of knee flexion/extension. PFPS PRESENTATION: ❗️achey feeling around or under the knee cap ❗️pain with going down stairs ❗️pain with sitting for long periods of time ( and also when changing positions from sitting ) ❗️pain worsens with activity (running, walking, jumping ) and may linger even once activity is over Getting back to running is all about stabilizing that patella through strengthening, correcting muscles imbalances, and load management!

Nov 2019

I’m breaking up with running... but only for a few weeks💔 . . My running hiatus: I hurt myself, I’m a great physio and a shit patient. My body requires running and strengthening to happen in equal parts otherwise I get injured. With how busy my summer was with work, races and moving; the gym got...left behind. A niggle in my patella tendon started in the summer and hit full blown tendonitis (runners knee ) in the week after my half marathon in October. . I naturally dropped my weekly mileage as my race season ended and started back to lifting weights but it’s just not been enough graded rest. . Time apart just makes the heart grow fonder right? I’m already going crazy! Please send healing vibes or yell at me to do my exercises. . . . . #iloverunning #runninghatesme #rehab #injuredathlete #distancerunner #runnersknee #physioworks #physiotherapy

Oct 2019

Hip openers to crab walks, active recovery for your run. 🔹Start with seated hip openers, progress to hip lift, hand to foot and crab walks. Post run is a good time for strength and self care to keep you ready to run #runrx

6 days ago

I have always liked to run alone...I am pretty much a lone wolf in terms of running. It gives me time to deepthink, motivate myself and feel grateful for everything. But maaan, lately I am loving going on adventures with @veganrunner_jasper and @shakahotlakapot 😁 I can't wait for more! . . . . 📸 @shakahotlakapot 🎒 @ultimatedirectionswitzerland . . . . . . . #jura #switzerland #followyourdreams #warrior #menieres #isolation #socialdistancing #uphill #goodvibes #fun #run #runlikeagirl #runner #adventures #overcomingsickness #comebackstronger #peace #vegan #belikepeanutbutter #corrermola #determination #passion #wanderlust #mountains #runforfun #veganrunner #nature #runnersknee #menieresdisease #trailrunning

Jan 2020

After reading every piece of knee injury related literature available I’ve finally arrived at a conclusion 📚 💭 . Nothing exists that is more powerful for the healing process than a bag of frozen peas.. 👀 . The end ⚡️⚡️⚡️