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How do you know if you have a marathon running injury?
Blog | April 24, 2017
By Dr Courtney KippsHow did you do in the marathon? Did you beat your predicted time? How do you feel now? If you have sore legs, perhaps¬†you are limping a bit or you’re hobbling down the stairs, you can rest assured that you’re in the same boat as most of the other runners. These post-...
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Avoiding marathon running injuries
Blog | April 20, 2017
By Dr Courtney Kipps Simple methods to incorporate into your marathon training to help keep you running comfortably and to reduce your risk of injury. Keep your training variedAs with most things in life moderation is key. Keep a healthy balance in your training and avoid excessive training in one ...
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5 tips to avoiding injury in the triathlon
Blog | August 1, 2016
The world’s biggest triathlon, the London Triathlon, takes place at Excel in London’s Docklands next weekend. The London Triathlon medical team includes doctors, nurses, physios and first-aiders from the British Red Cross ready to deal with the common medical emergencies and injuries tha...
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Marathon injuries (and how to avoid them!)
Blog | April 20, 2016
By Dr Courtney KippsThe marathon is a healthy event for most but can be a physical challenge for some. Injuries that occur on the day receive a lot of attention, not least because they often look dramatic, like bloody nipples, chafing groins and blisters, but also because they have a big impact on t...
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