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Health & Fitness Apr 8
Insoles Independently proven to reduce foot pain and injuries for 91% of people - mandated by the British Army and trusted by the pro's!
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Helen Weavers Apr 7
Been on workshop. Highly recommend. Gait analysis and therapy ideas for running injuries. Step rate...who knew?
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Jodie Walters Apr 5
Looking forward to a weekend of talking running and rehab with at
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Kostas Koulidis Apr 6
by Tom Goom . What an interesting day talking about running injuries. Tom is a great teacher and a really nice guy. Thank you for the CPD opportunity.
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Rosie H Apr 7
Great weekend on the course hosted by . Fantastic explanations, treatment rationale and synthesis of research evidence πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ» Highly recommended!
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Gemma Miles Apr 6
Lots of learning today on with at . Always love to talk all things running.
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Rachel Thebridge Apr 6
Fantastic first day of . Where better to start than look at your own step rate and stride length for consistency. Look forward to more learning tomorrow
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Gareth Stephens Apr 6
Replying to @tomgoom @ROHNHSFT and 2 others
Great first day thanks Tom. Highly recommend! The shirt doesn't get the appreciation it deserves in Brum. Today saw the vintage of 89, tomorrow, the vintage of 71! Looking forward to more . Ps. Promise I won't stream the match...
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Tom Marper Apr 8
Easy 6 mile recovery run this morning. Followed by some mandatory power poses. According to Heidi (An American) they are the secret to high performance sport πŸƒβœ…
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RunningPhysio Apr 8
Love this pic from this weekend. demonstrating a weighted β€˜diver’ and somehow making one leg disappear! 😳
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Omkar sawant Jan 20
Excellent time attending by . Stimulated more drive to learn regarding running rehab!! Interesting to know how running analysis is such a small part of running rehab!! Education and SnC still paramount!!
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Rachel Thebridge Apr 7
Was a pleasure to welcome you to Birmingham and learn so much from you . Would highly recommend this course to anyone working with runners πŸƒπŸ»β€β™€οΈπŸƒπŸ»β€β™‚οΈπŸ›ΉπŸ‹πŸ»β€β™€οΈπŸ¦–
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RunningPhysio Apr 10
Just confirmed! New course dates for in Plymouth, Devon. Limited availability (just 6 places remaining) and already filling fast. Find out more information and book your place here
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Gemma Miles Apr 7
Really enjoyed and would definitely recommend. Thanks - looking forward to applying it with patients. πŸƒβ€β™€οΈπŸƒπŸΌβ€β™‚οΈ
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RunningPhysio Apr 8
Replying to @weavil82
Thanks Helen! Great to meet you, glad you enjoyed the weekend 😁
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Dave Buck Jan 20
Day 2 S&C with realistic timescales, finding the sweet spot with RM and ensuring patient has regressions/progressions..
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Colin Lewin Feb 24
Good weekend talking all things with - good bunch of people and a nice mix of practical / theory made it worth missing the sunny weekend .....
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louise jewers Dec 2
Thank you for a great course this weekend. Enjoyable, informative, practical , evidence based but immediately transferable into clinic. And a generous post course online resource as well.
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Dave Buck Jan 19
Education/change in training load alongside accurate assessment/implementation of S&C are key at initial assessment. Gait assessments often come in later sessions
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andrew kemp Dec 2
Thanks Tom for providing us with with your excellent knowledge and experience in treating runners. It’s great for both you and the physio profession that you have developed a physio course that is attended by such a variety of practitioners. .
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