PREVENTING RUNNING INJURIES

University of Calgary researcher Reed Ferber wants to help keep runners race-ready. He’s worked with hundreds of athletes using cutting-edge 3D gait analysis technology to capture data about their movement patterns. That information is then used to predict and even prevent injuries.  

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Join Reed for this highly informative webinar as he presents:

  • How gait mechanics - the way you run - contributes to running injuries.
  • Various types of injuries and their prospects for rehabilitation success.
  • Simple and effective strategies runners can use to prevent injury.

ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Reed Ferber is an associate professor in the Faculties of Kinesiology and Nursing at the University of Calgary and director and founder of the Running Injury Clinic in Calgary. His research projects include pain treatment in runners, the biomechanics of running injuries and optimal treatment protocols for knee osteoarthritis. 

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The race to prevent running injuries

Recorded on October 11, 2016


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