Canary Wharf:0207 132 1440

Orpington:01689 490 111

Running injuries clinic

Running injuries clinic

Our running injuries clinic in Canary Wharf, East London and Orpington, Kent will help you get back on your feet in no time; providing treatment for running injuries whether you’re an athlete or weekend warrior.

If you enjoy being active it’s likely you’ll have experienced a running injury. There’s nothing worse than being out of action for weeks on end.

We have some of the UK’s best physiotherapists on site ensuring you receive five star care.

Whether you require gait analysis, access to our AlterG anti-gravity treadmill, physiotherapy, extracorporeal shock wave therapy (ESWT), or surgery, we provide comprehensive treatment for running injuries with a focus on long-lasting results.

Our physios have years of experience and are highly skilled at assessing and diagnosing sports injuries; they are also able to help with injury prevention. We benefit from having direct access to diagnostic imaging equipment including 3.0T MRI scanner, CT scanner, digital X-ray and ultrasound. Our state of the art equipment means that we are more likely to spot problems that could otherwise be overlooked.

Running is high impact and as such puts great stress on the joints. Some of the more common conditions we see at the running injuries clinic include:

  • Runner’s knee
  • Achilles tendinitis
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Iliotibial band syndrome
  • Shin splints
  • Stress fracture
  • Ankle sprain

Once the source of your injury is clear your physiotherapist will refer you to the appropriate specialist for treatment and a tailored recovery plan. They can also refer you for minor surgery where appropriate.

If you’ve sustained a running injury and want rapid access to convenient, quality care, call our administration team to discuss booking a consultation on 0207 132 1440 (Canary Wharf) or 01689 490 111 (Orpington).

Make an appointment

Call us on

+44 (0)207 132 1440 +44 (0)1689 490 111
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Frequently asked questions

How soon after injuring myself should I see a specialist?
How will my running injury be treated?
Is running good for me?
What is biomechanical gait analysis?
Will I need to use the anti-gravity treadmill?
What if I need surgery for a running injury?
Will medical insurance cover the cost of my treatment?
 

Why LycaHealth Physiotherapy?

  • World class clinicians
  • Superior diagnostic equipment
  • High quality personal care
  • Dedicated team of nurses
  • Access to the best physiotherapists
  • Convenient locations

Frequently asked questions

How soon after injuring myself should I see a specialist?
How will my running injury be treated?
Is running good for me?
What is biomechanical gait analysis?
Will I need to use the anti-gravity treadmill?
What if I need surgery for a running injury?
Will medical insurance cover the cost of my treatment?
 

What our clients say

“I had a pain in my knee for a few weeks, and when it got too much I eventually went to see a physiotherapist at LycaHealth for treatment. I wish I had done so sooner – they were very thorough and helpful. I followed their advice to the letter and I’m happy to say I’m fully healed and have exercises to help prevent future injury.”

Marianne, London