GEN-C Presents: Beliefs About Running: Time for a Reality Check
Start: 12th September 2021
End: 12th September 2022
Running is one of the most popular forms of exercise, but one that is also rich with false beliefs about training, injury prevention and injury management. Perhaps that is why there is such a high prevalence of injuries amongst runners. This course outlines 10 of the most common myths about injury prevention, injury management and training.
After this course, the clinician will be better able to discuss and manage running injuries and training with their patients.
1.After the presentation, participants will be able to explain the cause of most running injuries
2.After the presentation, participants will be able to appraise and prescribe appropriate footwear to their running patients
3.After the presentation, participants will be able to debate how running is not associated with a higher risk of knee osteoarthritis, but is actually beneficial
4.After the presentation, participants will be able to explain that within limits, higher running volume is not associated with higher injury rates
5.After the presentation, participants will be able to summarize how sleep, stress and diet influence running injuries
Kevin Maggs DC has been in private practice in the USA for 24 years. Over those years he has also served as an instructor for Active Release Techniques (2012-2021), a speaker and director of the USA division of The Running Clinic (2015-2021), consultant and on site healthcare director for Rev3Triathlonseriespro triathletes(2009-2013) and as an expert witness for various chiropractic litigation cases. He has also been invited and presented internationally on various topics for physical therapy and chiropractic conferences and continuing education platforms.
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