When it comes to a healthy running routine, using the right type of shoes is as essential as the activity itself.  However, picking the right pair can be easier said than done. Wearing the wrong shoes for running can result in needless pain and injuries. It is essential to choose the right kind to avoid…

You’re on a roll, minutes within a personal record, until you fall to the ground in pain. It’s your ankle again! Runners with recurrent ankle sprains know the routine all too well. One ankle sprain can turn into a never-ending cycle of rolling your ankle, swelling, instability, and starting from square one when it’s time…

Many athletes accept the fallacy that knee pain is the inevitable cost of running. While it is true that running places a great amount of force on the knee joint, it isn’t always the impact that causes pain. Believe it or not, running actually strengthens the knee joint and the surrounding bones. Have you heard of Wolff’s…

“The bad news is time flies, the good news is you’re the pilot” -Michael Shulter If you – like millions of Americans – experience chronic low-back pain or pain that shoots down the buttocks while bending forward or exercising, you may have what is known as a herniated disc. Exercising with a herniated disc can…

If you are a new runner or a seasoned athlete, you try to get in a run as often as possible. For many runners, that involves running indoor on a track, but is it the best option?  Yes, it’s convenient and comfortable because the weather is always good when you are indoors, but running indoors…

If you want a killer workout, go up. Incline training works more muscles, it challenges your body, and it can be done indoors or outdoors. Don’t mosey on flat surfaces; hit the hills for a better workout. Check out the 10 benefits of incline training. Ways to Add Incline Training to Your Workout There are…

The New Year is still fresh, which means many of you are still running to improve your health and weight. Are you doing it correctly? For new runners, their goals and ambitions can hide the reality that the body is not ready for a 5K on day one. Take a break and look at your…

Have you noticed something strange when you run or when you are on the cardio machines at the gym? Do your toes go numb when you work out? If so, what can you do about it? Could foot numbness when you exercise be the cause of something bigger?   Toes Go Numb While Running –…

The majority of running related knee pain at COR is lateral knee pain. Often the pain is non-painful throughout the day, but painful after 10 – 20 minutes of running. This knee pain could be a wide range of problems, but is likely iliotibial band syndrome. Iliotibial band syndrome is the second most common running injury. It…

1. Please introduce yourself to the readers (how you started in the profession,education, credentials, experience, etc.) My name is Bruno Saragiotto, I’m a physiotherapist. I have worked the last 4 years in the field of sports and running injuries as a clinician. I have completed my master degree about running injuries in 2013 at Universidade…