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Achilles Rehab: Think of Running as Strength Training

I find that one of the most common reasons why runners reinjure their Achilles tendons when they go back to running is because they try and build running fitness in the same way as they would if they had not been injured. I’ve previously also discussed some of the other reasons for this.



In this video I discuss why you need to approach your return to running from a strength building perspective and why you may be at risk of reinjury if you go on how tired you feel or heart rate.



Let me know if you have any questions. Need more help with your Achilles injury? You’re welcome to consult us online via video call for an assessment of your injury and a tailored treatment plan.

Best wishes

Maryke


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Maryke Louw is a chartered physiotherapist with more than 15 years' experience and a Masters Degree in Sports Injury Management. Follow her on LinkedIn, ResearchGate, Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

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