Runner’s Knee – How Profeet can help
Runner’s knee affects more runners than any other injury and accounts for about 40% of running injuries.read more
Lower Back Pain – how Profeet can help
Causes of lower back pain can include muscles imbalances, core weakness, leg length discrepancies, poor posture, foot mechanics, footwear, poor shock attenuation, lack of/too much activity and spinal alignment.read more
Profeet and Putney Chiropractic have been working together for over 10 years to help runners perform at their best
Here is how Putney Chiropractic Centre is able to help…read more
Neuromas & Numb Toes – Prevention and treatment
A neuroma is an over compression of the nerves underneath the ball of the foot leading to pain and numbness.read more
ITB Injury Prevention and Treatment
ITB injury prevention is important as it it is one of the most common overuse injuries in runners.
The ITB (iliotibial band) is a tough fibrous tendon that runs from the top of the outside of the hip to below the outside of the knee and is important to the tracking of the knee while running.
Race to the Stones Blog 5: Ultra running Zero to Hero
Dan from the Profeet Run Lab is taking on the 100km ultramarathon Race To The Stones in July. This is his fifth update on his journey from ultra running ‘zero to hero’.read more
Hip and Glute Exercises for Runners
The following set of exercises from Profeet (www.profeet.co.uk) look at the hip and glutes.
This area of muscles is so important for strength when we’re running – for both speed and power – but also just for general stability.
Big toe exercises to improve strength, reduce injury [Video, 2:13]
A lot of what we do at Profeet is under-pinned by getting the foot restored to a well-functioning unit of your body.read more
Ankle mobility exercises for runners [Video, 2:08]
At the Profeet Run Lab we see a lot of injuries that can be attributed to poor ankle function.
This series of exercises looks at storing good ankle range of motion in all the different planes, as well as general strength for it too. If you get this right, it can alleviate a lot of problems higher up the chain.