Canadian born Osteopath Charlotte Manning trained in the UK and now enjoys treating an array of patients in Singapore at the Osteopathic Centre. Charlotte has always had an affinity for sports, initially as a young athlete competing at national and provincial levels in both rowing and field hockey, and now as a practitioner treating other athletes in a variety of sporting areas. As a keen runner, having recently competed in her fifth marathon, Charlotte loves working with fellow athletes and has had many opportunities to work alongside teams in rugby and football, as well as with triathletes and endurance runners. Most recently she traveled to Chile to volunteer at an ultra endurance running event where she supported competitors in a 250km multi-stage race over 6 days, an experience she cherishes. Charlotte is currently training for her first triathlon.

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Understanding Common Running Injuries and How to Prevent Them

Understanding Common Running Injuries and How to Prevent Them

It’s a beautiful spring morning. The heat of the day has yet to descend on the city and the daily corporate shuffle is about to commence. You throw on your running kit and decide to get a quick jog in before being held hostage at your desk for the rest of the day. The light breeze on your face and the luscious smell of freshly brewed coffee billowing out of the coffee shops you run by is almost distracting you from that deep ache that is developing in your knee. “It will go away” you tell yourself, but before too long, every step you take feels like someone is jamming a knife into your leg. “Uh oh… this isn’t good.”