I was always in pain, until I found Aoife at the Drummond Clinic. The NHS left me at a dead end, and within weeks I was well on the way to a full recovery.
Paul, Maidenhead

Category: Running


Running Footloose and Pain Free

With the running season well under way, it’s great to see so many people out and about participating at their local Park Runs, preparing for the next 10km, half and or full marathons, triathlons or more.

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Achilles Tendon Injuries in Runners

According to Greek mythology Achilles, a warrior otherwise impervious to anything, eventually met his end due to a weakness in his heel…

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Plantarfasciitis

Don’t let this pain in your foot get in the way of your training.  The following article is not just to rid yourself of plantarfascial pain BUT PREvent it.

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Running – The Big 5 to Consider

Running can apply a lot of stress through the body.  Read on through this article to understand more about how you can help yourself to minimise the negative effects of such an activity

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Foundation, Form & Function all from the Feet

Find out how orthotics can help you All of the time, in Sport and Play and Life

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New Year’s Activity Push

Having a great support network when we train is vitally important.  This article will assist you in transitioning into 2015’s activity push.  Being able to move is of huge benefit to prevent injury, increase performance and stay healthy

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The Benefits of Sports Massage

If you think that Sports Massage is just about pain, then think again.  Read on to understand the real benefits of a good soft tissue release session

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Jogging in January – Don’t Run yourself into the Ground

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From Road to Trail and Back Again

Consider the benefits of trail running to give the body a break from the damage caused by pounding the tarmac and boost your running performance.

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Plyometrics – Is it for everybody?

Plyometrics is a fantastic form of training that many personal trainers will have used at some point in their own training programmes at one point or another.

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