About Running Injury Oracle

If you have a running injury, or are experiencing running pain, this is the website for you.

Whether you are a novice runner with your first running injury, or an experienced or elite runner who is experiencing yet another (!) running injury, we help you understand the nature of the injury, and give you all the knowledge you need to help you self rehabilitate and get rid of those running pains FAST.

The website is completely FREE. You will have free access to a wealth of information pertinent to your specific running injury, including over 150 video clips tailored to your particular condition.

You can also visit our worldwide store of running specific rehabilitation products, chosen by our team of experts.

The site is the brainchild of Gavin Burt, one of the UK’s leading running injury osteopaths.

This is how the site works:

Step 1: Follow the interactive tool using the images on the homescreen to identify the most likely cause of your injury.

Step 2: After a quick and free registration process (we will not share your email address with anyone else), have free access to our complete video library.

Latest from Gavin's blog

New Video Posted on Youtube for Sacroiliac mobilisation

Sacroiliac dysfunction is one of the most common causes for lower back pain. Here in this video, Gavin shows how to mobilise this joint. With greater mobility comes less pain. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VSA-e1BKQoM

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Important new research study on running

An article in the revered and respected British online newspaper ‘The Daily Mash’ has discovered the real reason why we as a nation are obsessed with running. You can read the article at http://www.thedailymash.co.uk/news/health/bored-humans-running-to-the-point-of-exhaustion-2014031084448 Enjoy!

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Stretching is bad for you?

Interesting article in the new york times……….. http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/04/03/reasons-not-to-stretch/ its been suspected for a while that stretching before activity could be a waste of time, and I tend to recommend that people stretch regularly throughout the day, and after exercise rather than before…… I personally believe that the best type of warm up is doing at [...]

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Torq Team Day

Just gave a talk to a group of ultra runners at an event organised by Simon and Julie at Freestak (www.freestak.com) and Torq (www.torqfitness.co.uk), at the parliament hill fields lido in hampstead, london, a stones throw away from my clinic in Chetwynd Road (www.backsandbeyond.co.uk) Thanks Simon and Julie for a well organised day! Here is [...]

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