• Luke Nelson

Avoiding the injury-reinjury cycle

Are you sick of recurring injuries? The greatest risk factor for future running injury is.... previous running injury. How can you reduce your risk of reinjury?

Following an injury, the capacity of the injured tissue is often reduced due to a combination of factors including physiological, structural, biomechanical & psychological. This can lead to loss of strength & tissue capacity, altered gait & fear of reinjury.

If the rehab process post-injury doesn't address this reduced capacity & contributing factors, then re-injury can result, & the cycle continues!

Don't fall victim to the injury-reinjury cycle: ensure you adequately address any deficiencies to improve your chances of a successful return to running!

If you need help breaking the injury cycle, don't hesitate to reach out to us!

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