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Episode 3: The Mechanics of Running Injury with Sports Podiatrist Ian Griffiths | Train Smarter Podcast | Kinetic Revolution In this week’s Train Smarter podcast, we have an interview with sports podiatrist Ian Griffiths (@Sports_Pod). Ian helps us to understand how the various loads the body experiences when running can sometimes lead to injury. Understanding how the stresses and strains of running are applied to soft tissues, bones and joints is important in learning how to treat any running injury effectively. Episode Resources As mentioned in the interview, below are a number of links and diagrams. Stress-Strain Curve AKA Deformation Curve Image via: McPoil, TG. & Hunt GC. (1995) Evaluation and Management of Foot and Ankle Disorders: present Problems and Future Directions. Further Reading These books by Kevin Kirby are a ‘must read’ for anybody wanting to delve further into these concepts in the context of the lower extremity. Jay Dicharry’s book Anatomy for Runners also has a great section discussing many of the points in today’s interview. Running Research Junkie Ian’s Website About The Author James Dunne
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Memorable Medicine - free online medical training and revision Tendinopathy – the importance of staging and role of compression Written by Tom Goom, senior Physio at The Physio Rooms Brighton. Follow Tom on Twitter. Tendon problems are common in runners and can become a persistent issue if not properly treated. In recent years our understanding of the pathology of tendinopathy has grown – we now know that it isn’t really an inflammatory process and that load plays a large role. We also know that it’s important to determine the ‘stage’ of the tendinopathy and this will have a huge influence on how you manage it. Jill Cook and Craig Purdam have been at the forefront of tendinopathy research for some years. Reactive tendinopathy typically involves the tendon responding to a rapid increase in loading. “A short term adaptation to overload that thickens the tendon, reduces stress and increases stiffness” Tendon dysrepair is usually the stage that would follow reactive tendinopathy if the tendon continues to be excessively loaded. Degenerative tendinopathy is more common in the older athlete. Management of tendinopathy
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