December 8, 2024
Half Marathon, 10K & 5K Races

Listen to those Niggles!

Listen to those Niggles!

If you’ve been running for a while, chances are you’ve been injured. If you’re smart, you’ll pay attention to those little aches and pains It’s always best to get them checked out by a medical professional before they become a bigger problem leading into a longer recovery time.

No runner likes to get injured and take time away from running. But if you feel that foot pain, go see a podiatrist. If your back starts to bother you, go see an orthopedic surgeon. See that specialist and go to physical therapy so you can be back on the roads and trails in no time.  Best to nip it in the bud!

For more information about runner’s injuries and how to prevent them, check out this article from Outside Magazine The Seven Most Common Ways Runners Get Injured and How to Avoid Them