WHERE DOES IT HURT?

Runner's World (UK) - - Contents -

The lat­est re­search into in­jury sug­gests that your pain some­times may not sig­nal the true location of the prob­lem. You can blame your brain…

PAIN I SPAIN, RIGHT? IT’ S YOUR BODY’ S WAY OF TELLING YOU SOME­THING IS WRONG, THAT IT’ S TIME TO STOP RUN­NING AND TREAT THAT NIG­GLE OR IN­JURY, OR WHAT­EVER YOU WANT TO CALL IT. BUT A NEW SCIENCE OF PAIN IS EMERG­ING THAT COULD REV­O­LU­TIONISE THE WAY WE VIEW AND RE­SPOND TO RUN­NING IN­JURIES, AND SE­RI­OUSLY RE­DUCE THE AMOUNT OF TIME WE HAVE TO SPEND ON THE SIDE LINES, SAYS

SOME­THING IS WRONG, THAT IT’ S TIME TO STOP RUN­NING AND TREAT THAT NIG­GLE SCIENCE OF PAIN IS EMERG­ING THAT COULD REV­O­LU­TIONISE THE WAY WE VIEW THE AMOUNT OF TIME WE HAVE TO SPEND ON THE SIDE LINES, SAYS SAM MUR­PHY

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