Running Injuries

Treatment and Prevention


Running Injuries Treatment and Prevention


The book “Running Injuries - Treatment and Prevention” offers easy to access tips on treating and avoiding injuries. It is written in a language that is easy to understand. The book will help runners and walkers understand how injuries occur, how to prevent them, how to heal them: knee, foot, calf, iliotibial band, plantar fascia, achilles tendon, neuroma, and much more. There is also a section on coming back from an injury and exercising while injured.

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Pages 168
Print run 1st reprint of the first edition
Format Specifications 16,5 x 24,0 cm, Paperback / softback, Identify Problems; Heal Quickly; Run Without Pain
Publication Date 1 Aug 2009
Authors Galloway, Jeff, Hannaford, David
ISBN 978-1-84126-284-0
Delivery time 5 Tage

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About the Authors

Galloway, Jeff

Jeff Galloway was an average teenage runner who kept learning and working harder, until he became an Olympian. He is the author of the best-selling running book in North America (“Galloway’s Book on Running”) and is a Runners World columnist, as well as an inspirational speaker for more than 200 running and fitness sessions each year. He has worked with over 150,000 average people in training for specific goals and Galloway’s quest for an injury-free marathon training program led him to develop group training programs in 1978. Galloway is the designer of the walk-run, low mileage marathon training program (Galloway RUN-WALK method) with an over 98% success rate.
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Hannaford, David

David Hannaford went to the Podiatric Medical School in San Francisco. Returning to Oredon to practice, he treated professional, recreational and U of O athletes where he had a staff appointment. Five years later, leaving Eugene for Seattle, he worked in the Sports Medicine Division of The Virginia Mason Hospital. Since 1991, he runs a private practice in the San Francisco area where he almost exclusively treats runners. Some of the best athlets in the world are among his patients. During his time at the University of Oregon, he himself began his career as an avid runner. After hundreads of races, his running interest has progressed to ultra marathoning. He has currently completed 46 ultra marathons and become the 2nd place man (at 51 years old) in the medical director of the San Francisco marathon.

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