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20:00-22:30 (CET)

The objective of this webinar is to discuss safe return to running and steps to optimise return to running with minimal set-backs by establishing a progressive step-wise programme and return to running progression.

Many recreational runners fail on return to running, following surgeries like total hip replacement, since they have been cleared to progress based on time-lines rather than clear functional achievements in terms of strength, functional capacity and pain levels. Further, many runners attempt to resume running at a level that they had run previously and are unable to sustain or progress secondary to increasing pain levels.

Aims of the Webinar

  • Understanding the multiple factors and clinical reasoning process involved in return to running in an injured runner after total hip replacement and tibialis posterior tendinopathy.
  • Recognise the importance of achieving and assessing load tolerance and improving plyometric ability, in preparation to return to running
  • Explore various clinical criteria and rehab options to be utilised in the process of return to returning

Introduction

Many recreational runners fail on return to running, following rehabilitation, since they have been cleared to progress based on time-lines rather than clear functional achievements in terms of strength, functional capacity and pain levels. Further, many runners attempt to resume running at a level that they had run previously and are unable to sustain or progress secondary to increasing pain levels.

This program was developed due to the high rate of recurrent pain or disability seen in our clinic, shortly after attempting to return to running. Furthermore, it has been our experience that many patients fail upon return to activity because they had been cleared to progress based on healing guidelines, rather than functional achievements in terms of strength, gait, or pain. Most runners attempt to resume running at a level they had run previously, and are therefore unable to sustain or progress secondary to pain in joints, muscles, or compensating tissues.

 

Disclaimer: The content of the webinar builds up on multiple published protocols and is should be taken as a Guidance, since there is a huge variability in the return to running rates in various running injuries and the experience of the runner.

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