Running Biomechanics Courses Available on Physioplus

There are two brand new courses ready to take your clinical knowledge to the next level.  

We have two high quality running courses available now on Physioplus. The courses are created by Ari Kaplan and Doug Adams who are running experts and co-founders of the Association of Clinical Excellence (ACE).

The courses will introduce you to foundational skills you need to comprehensively assess runners with injuries and then how to help them overcome their problem and achieve their running goals. You will gain an appreciation of training load and history and how to appraise running form.

Common Biomechanical Errors in Runners

Running injuries occur due to a number of intrinsic and extrinsic factors. Running biomechanics and kinematic patterns contribute to the way the body absorbs ground forces. Poor running form can significantly increase the size of these forces and result in damaging tissue and joint loading. Identifying the primary error in a runners biomechanics can help to develop a management plan to comprehensively address their symptoms.

This course is accredited in the USA and South Africa.

Biomechanical Errors in Runners

Rehabilitation of Running Biomechanics

Running injuries occur due to a number of intrinsic and extrinsic factors and developing a comprehensive plan of care to rehabilitate a running injury can be a complicated process. This course introduces you to the basics on how to develop a comprehensive plan of care for runners with injuries. It will briefly look at understanding training and injury history, identifying mobility and motor control deficits in relation to running form and then look at how to create a comprehensive plan of care.

This course is accredited in the USA and South Africa.

Rehab of Running Biomechanics

Rehabilitation of Running Biomechanics

Join Ari Kaplan and Doug Adams in this second short online course to explore how to develop a comprehensive rehabilitation programme to tackle common biomechanical issues seen in runners.