The complete guide to running injuries, how to prevent them, early detection, and how to rehabilitate from them.
Paul Hobrough is a chartered physiotherapist, sports scientist and Clinical Director of Physio&Therapy UK. A Team GB athlete for 16 years, Paul writes for Runner's World magazine and is recognised as a leading authority on injury prevention. His physiotherapy practice is based in Northumberland, England.
A great addition to a runner's bookshelf: practical self-help from
diagnosis to treatment. -- Paula Radcliffe, World Record Holder for
A must have book for runners of all abilities. Any niggle you feel, you can be sure to find help and guidance in this fantastic book. * Laura Weightman, 1500m European and Commonwealth medallist *
This book is very reassuring for all runners with aches and pains, with brilliant tips for self-diagnoses, clear indications for when you need professional help, and most importantly excercises to help you get better and back out running. I am going to pack it with my running shoes. -- Louise Minchen, GB age group triathlete and BBC presenter
A great reference... genuinely useful, with minimal jargon. * Women's Fitness *
There are many books on injury prevention, but most make for dull reading. This one stands apart in being easy to read and having clear diagrams of injury-prevention and treatment exercises * Athletic's Weekly *