Injuries

Being active found to reduce prostate cancer risk

Being physically active could be key to reducing prostate cancer risk say scientists
12 December 2019 at 10:00

Spinal stenosis: what it is and how to treat it

Sports physiotherapist and running guru Tom Whyatt explains all you need to know about spinal stenosis, including causes, symptoms and treatment
11 December 2019 at 12:04

Carpal tunnel syndrome: what it is and how to treat/prevent it

Physiotherapist Alex Gregory explains all you need to know about carpal tunnel syndrome, and why it can be a common condition among cyclists
04 December 2019 at 13:00

Shoulder bursitis: What it is and how to treat and prevent it

Rehab physio Juliet Slade explains all you need to know about shoulder bursitis, including causes, symptoms, treatment and prevention
02 December 2019 at 11:00

Tarsal tunnel syndrome: What it is and how to treat it

Suffer pins and needles or a burning pain along the inside of your foot? It could be tarsal tunnel, says physio Lindel Coulter. Here she explains causes, symptoms, treatment and prevention
28 November 2019 at 17:51

Knee bursitis: what it is and how to treat it

Physio and keen triathlete James Davis, explains all you need to know about knee bursitis
20 November 2019 at 16:51

Why athletes should get their hearts checked

While triathlon is a great way of staying in shape, we also need to be checking that our hearts are fit for purpose too, says Tim Heming. Here he explains why it's important and how to get it checked
31 October 2019 at 10:01  (3)

Lyme disease: What it is and how to prevent and treat it

If your training runs and rides, or family hikes and adventures, take you through leafy lanes, forest trails and moorland, you may be venturing into tick habitat. And a potential consequence could be Lyme disease, says Andrew Gold of Lyme Disease Action
01 October 2019 at 11:23

Bunions: what are they and is it ok to run with them?

Have bunions? Scott Findlay explains how to reduce the discomfort they can cause
30 September 2019 at 10:54

Cardiac drift: what is it and how does it affect heart-rate training?

Exercise physiologist and performance coach Alan Couzens explains what cardiac drift is and how to take it into account when training.
27 September 2019 at 10:34

How can I prevent calf muscle cramp towards the end of the bike leg?

Suffer with calf muscle cramps when cycling, particularly towards the end of the bike leg, and when you take your feet out of the shoes prior to dismounting? Nick Beer has this advice for cycling crampers
17 September 2019 at 09:32

Synovial fluid: what is it and how does exercise affect it?

Physio Brad Beer explains the role synovial fluid plays in keeping our joints healthy, and how exercise affects it - in a good way
05 September 2019 at 11:57

What is piriformis syndrome, and how can you treat it?

Got a pain in the buttocks? It could be piriformis syndrome, says Nick Beer. Here he explains causes, symptoms and treatment
04 September 2019 at 15:29

Tendonitis: what it is and how to treat it

Rehab physio Juliet Slade explains all you need to know about tendonitis including causes, symptoms, treatment and prevention
22 August 2019 at 11:44

Compartment syndrome: what it is and how to treat it

Physiotherapist Omkar Sawant explains all you need to know about compartment syndrome including causes, symptoms, treatment and prevention
20 August 2019 at 12:54

Sports massage: What are the benefits of having a regular massage?

Having a regular sports massage has many benefits for athletes, says Nick Beer, including physical, physiological and psychological
16 August 2019 at 09:54

Exercise-induced laryngeal obstruction: What it is and how it affects athletic performance

Exercise-induced laryngeal obstruction, or EILO for short, describes a condition where the larynx can start to close in when you're exercising. Dr James Hull explains all you need to know
15 August 2019 at 13:00

Lyme disease: why we need to tackle it now

More awareness is needed of this little-understood disease that is damaging the health of too many triathletes
09 August 2019 at 15:16

Hay fever: how can I keep training and racing?

Suffer with hay fever? Here's some advice on how to prevent and treat attacks so you can keep racing and training during the summer months, from respiratory specialist, Dr James Hull
08 August 2019 at 11:00

What is Fat Pad Syndrome?

Fat Pad Syndrome is a common ailment among athletes. Physiotherapist Omkar Sawant explains all you need to know about Fat Pad Syndrome (also known as Fat Pad Impingement and Hoffa's Syndrome) and how to treat and prevent it.
07 August 2019 at 10:00