Topic: Runner’s Knee - Is running killing my knees?
Date: 17 Sep 2020 (Thursday)
Runner's knee is a common term used to describe several conditions that cause pain in the knee cap area. Is running really the cause of pain in the knee cap and should we all stop running? Join us to learn more about the various causes of pain in the front of our knee and what we can do to preserve our knee AND continue pursuing our passion for running!
Note: This workshop is open to X-Runners only.
If you are not an X-Runners yet, please click the link below to join.
Register on Wix: http://wix.to/CMDzCwg
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Principal Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist, Director
Certified Myofasical Release Technique therapist (Level 1 & 2)
Pre-Hospital Immediate Care In Sports (Advanced), England Rugby
Trigger Point Dry Needling Certified
Gareth graduated from Trinity College of Dublin (Honors) programme and started his career in NTFGH. Working at an acute hospital, he has a vast working experience, from Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy to Intensive Care Unit. He believes in hands-on treatments such as movement with mobilisation, myofascial release techniques and spinal mobilisation techniques. It is equally important to him that his clients understand their condition better and have control over their recovery.
As an athlete who used to represent his school in badminton and sprints, his childhood dream is to provide physiotherapy to young athletes, helping to preserve and optimise their physical and mental well-being throughout their sporting career.