So you’ve been training for months now for a big event, whether it is the Great North Run that’s just 2 weeks away, the Salford 10k or any other sporting event.

Whatever you’re training for you push yourself with the training, ensuring that your body is fit and ready for the event. The last thing that you want is to have an injury just weeks or days before. Advance Physio in Manchester knows all the ins and outs when it comes to preventing, and repairing an injury quickly and effectively and we’ll do all we can to help you get on the starting line. Your Goal is our Goal!

With any training, it’s good to keep a diary and goals during your training plan. This is a good way to avoid any injuries and to prepare your body. Doing too much too soon can cause an unwanted injury, which ultimately will put a hold on your training. If you do experience a sport injury, please contact Advance Physio in Manchester as soon as possible. Our team of qualified physiotherapists in Manchester and Sale will aim to get you back into training before you know it.

It is important that you enjoy what you’re doing; otherwise training can become more challenging. For those who aren’t used to training for running events, the first few weeks will be difficult; but once your body has adapted to it, it will become easier.

Sport injuries don’t just occur by pushing yourself too hard, they can occur when you least expect it. However, it is important whatever the reason behind an injury; to get it looked it by a professional physiotherapist. We have a fully qualified team of physiotherapists in Manchester who are not only experienced in treating injuries but are runners themselves and here at Advance Physio we have a range of techniques that can help you on the road to recovery.

If you do have any injuries or have had in the past and you’re unsure whether the problem will reccur, contact Advance Physio in Manchester today on 0161 832 8797 today.

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