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Running brings so much joy – fitness, still mind, movement, and opportunity.

However, sometimes things go a little wrong. We get injured, things don’t feel right.

“Statistics suggest that in any given year, approximately two-thirds of runners will sustain an injury,” according to The Guardian, so injury rates for runners are high despite all of our very best efforts!

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We have tried to gather together thinking on how the body works, running injuries and how to get back on your feet when they happen. A whole host of running help.

Knee trouble

Ankle issue

Training ideas

Stretching tips

Of course all of the advice here can never replace seeing a medical professional – but you know that.

*The Injured Runner does not provide medical advice. Information on this site is general in nature and is provided for informational purposes only. Our content is in no way intended to substitute for consulting a medical professional with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.

Never disregard medical advice as a result of something which you may have read on injuredrunner.com. *

now go forth and run run run.