Over 2 million people in the UK are running at least once a week, but due to often sedentary lifestyles it means we do not always run well
With 70% of runners getting injured each year we will assess your running technique, with an aim to transform any injury-prone joggers to skilled, injury-free runners.
Whether you are looking to run your first 5km or you are a seasoned marathon runner, we will advise you on the best ways to maintain an efficient and injury-free running career.
We can improve your technique in an hour:
Your Running Assessment is in 3 parts…
Video analysis: a picture says a thousand words… a video says even more.
You cannot ‘cure’ a running injury without looking at running technique, so video analysis helps us spot biomechanical and technique faults that need to be addressed.
Strength & Conditioning is next up… it’s not all about your mileage!
Mobility, strength, control and rhythm are key components to running well. Your running physio will spot your stiff bits and weak bits, then formulate a bespoke strength & conditioning programme to complement your running style and improve your performance.
Tinkering with Technique… plus chatting trainers and training programmes
Within the hour, we will trial and test different cues to improve your running efficiency, then choose the best 1 for you.
We have several physios across the Capital who know all there is to know about Running, so you’ll be sure to find one close to you!
L Saward – 19th July 2019
Very helpful, friendly and professional from the moment you walk into reception.
Stefano – 18th July 2019
Excellent service, professional and very friendly. The staff listens and answers all questions and is…
Lord Phillimore – 18th July 2019
Henry Schilling gave me two physio therapy sessions and my back was restored to normal.
Maria Cristina – 17th July 2019
Am very reassured by Kate’s insight and advice on how to proceed and assist healing.
Catherine Teltscher – 17th July 2019
A professional service with excellent physio. My back is so much better after treatment.
Sally Agass – 17th July 2019
It’s fine to be explained about, in my case the Achilles but it would have…