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  • Writer's pictureLuke Nelson

Sometimes you need to stop running

So sometimes you may actually need to stop running. But when?

  • If your pain exceeds 5/10 during a run

  • If you experience a flare-up of your symptoms immediately after or the day after a run

  • If your pain is causing you to alter your normal running gait i.e. limping

  • If there is a suspicion of a bone stress injury (although these don’t always need complete rest)

  • Lastly and MOST importantly, if instructed to do so by a practitioner who understands runners (like Trang)

For help with your running injury, don’t hesitate to reach out to us!


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