When many runners consider muscle groups directly affecting knee stability, alignment and thus pain, thoughts turn to the glutes (externally rotating and abducting the hip) […]
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.
Learn how to tell the difference in types of knee pain after running. Discover the differences between patellofemoral pain and ITB syndrome
Discover the underlying biomechanical causes of ITB Syndrome in runners. Specialist running physio Brad Neal investigates the muscle imbalances and dysfunctions.