Stride width varies so much from runner to runner, and is one of the subtleties of running form that is difficult to re-train by simply […]
Research suggests that modification of step width has the potential to positively influence ITB strain and strain rate, as well as hip adduction and internal rotation – all of which are factors which have been linked prospectively to the development of ITBS in runners.
Discover the underlying biomechanical causes of ITB Syndrome in runners. Specialist running physio Brad Neal investigates the muscle imbalances and dysfunctions.
Iliotibial Band Syndrome (ITBS) is one of the most common and debilitating injuries that runners can suffer. Why does this issue seem so difficult to […]
When it comes to common overuse injuries in runners, Patellofemoral Syndrome is without a doubt one of the top five. In addition to affecting as […]
While previously it was thought that ITB Syndrome was caused by friction around the outside of the knee, more recent research points towards this compression of the fat pad as being the source of the pain runners experience from this injury.