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The Dublin City Marathon has grown from a modest 11,000 in 2007 to nearly 20,000 this year with additional places offered to fill the demand. With the increase in participants comes the inevitable increase in running injuries. Here, we look at how a Physiotherapist can help prevent and treat running injuries.
For people who don’t run competitively, running might seem like all one thing. But for those of us who do, we know that there are completely different types of runners, and your physical abilities will determine if you sprint short distances or run longer, endurance races.
With the Dublin City Marathon fast approaching, all runners who are now in-training should be aware of some of the potential injuries that can occur during your preparations so that you can avoid them from occurring before or during the big race day.
Following on from our earlier post here is the second part of The Physio Company’s tips for running the 31st Dublin Marathon, which is just two weeks away.