KNEE PAIN: Running Injuries and What You Should Know

This blog is for the runner who is suffering with annoying, daily knee pain. You know the type of ‘burning sensation’ and ‘sharp pain’ that comes on gradually on the outside of your knee? That pain than can even make you feel so nauseated, that you feel your only option is to stop running, reach…

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Exercise: How You Can Stay Active Even In Your 50s And 60s

Quick question: Are there ever any annoying ‘small pains’ in your knees when you’re running or walking?…If not, that’s great! But even so, experiencing even a slight soreness in your knees is something to keep aware of when exercising regularly, and I’ll tell you why… Many clients come to me with their knees bothering them,…

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Should I Be Worried That My Knees Click?

SO many clients who come to see me ask why their knees pop and should they worry, if it is not painful. A knee that decides to ‘pop’ or make a cracking sound can sometimes feel worrying, and I’m sure that most of us at one time or another have knelt down and had our knees make a clicking…

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Quick Simple Tips To Make Running Easier

For New or Seasoned Runners This past Saturday was the Harrisburg 5k Fun Run in the Town Center. A bit brisk in the morning, with temperatures in the 40’s for the run, make these tips even more helpful for those recently inspired to take up running. I was busy in my Concord office doing a…

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Running Tips: “Do I Run – Or Do I Rest?” (After An Injury)

I often get questions about returning to activities after injury recovery. Not uncommon for runners… “Although I’m over my ankle injury now and know I can return back to exercise safely, I still have a lack of confidence when I set out to run. When I run I have it in the back of my…

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