Running Video Analysis and Rehabilitation Course - Edinburgh 19-20 October

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Edinburgh - Old Town Chambers, The Gym

323 High Street



United Kingdom

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Running Video Analysis and Rehabilitation Course*


Transform your practice: develop clinical skills and tools to reduce pain, speed up recovery and prevent injuries with confidence.

Offer a unique service: identify altered patterns, retrain running, prescribe advanced exercises safely and effectively.

Why this course: because it's Essential, Practical and Fun!

Who is it for: Physiotherapists/Student Physiotherapists, Sports Therapists/Student Sports Therapists, Osteopaths/Student Osteopaths, Chiropractors/Student Chiropractors, other Health Pros

Lecturer: Luca V. Piazza,BSc (Hons) Msk - Sport PhysiotherapyDip Running Rehabilitation - Dip Medical Acupuncture - Dip Spinal Manipulation

Reviews: 5 star average ratingCourse fee: 280£. Click HERE TO GET 10% DISCOUNT IF YOU BOOK 2 OR MORE PLACES

Refreshments included!

Course Benefits

Deliver a unique specialist service

  • Administer running questionnaire, use clinical tools and the latest video technology to perform a video analysis.
  • Identify altered patterns, retrain running and prescribe advanced exercises effectively.
  • Create custom guidance to prevent future injuries.

Transform your patients’ running experience

  • Reduce patient’s pain, speed up recovery, transform their running and prevent injuries.
  • Give your patient evidence based guidance and advice.
  • Discuss and share assessment outcomes, teach your patient how to use mobile apps for runners.

Innovate your clinical practice

  • Open up a new customer base with your comprehensive “running clinic” service, set it up and promote it properly.Develop a “Running Package” for your clients, a fully customised service to transform their running in just 6 weeks.

Get peace of mind

  • This high quality training provides you with clinical competence and confidence to perform a specialist running rehabilitation service.
  • Get access to course material for ongoing reference.
  • Use course content and share it within your clinic providing your colleagues with additional training.

Key features

  • Learn the skills to identify inefficient running patterns linked to injury and poor performance.
  • Develop your abilities to video analyse the running gait on a treadmill and perform a fully functional assessment.
  • Develop your clinical reasoning skill set with a focus on practical movement retraining intervention.
  • Learn strength and conditioning principles, how to apply advanced exercise programmes to manage and prevent recurrence of injuries, and techniques to enhance running economy.
  • Understand the importance of footwear choice and how it affects running patterns.
  • Learn how to start a “Running clinic” with access to forms, materials and tools.

Course schedule *

The Running Rehab Course is a 2 day mix of key theoretical and practical learning.

Total: 16 Cpd hours

Day 1 - 8.45 registration; 9am start – 5pm finish

Runners’ overuse injuries:

Biomechanics of the running gait, kinematics and the related errors

Global indicators for injury:


High/low Cadence

High Impact Loads

Medial Collapse Mechanics

Footwear choice and effect on the running

minimalist vs traditional

12:30 - Lunch break

Running Analysis

Subjective: clinical history, running specific questionnaire, symptoms evaluation

Objective: Running Video Analysis (treadmill based)

Running video analysis practice

Questions and Answers

Day 2 - 9am start - 5pm finish

Running re - training interventions

Step rate manipulation

Auditory cues

Mobile apps for you and your clients

Strength and conditioning for runners

Conditioning strategies for injury prevention

Warm-up: dynamic or static?

Plyometrics for running efficiency

12:30 - Lunch break

Practical workshop: dealing from A to Z with your injured runner

Low back pain, sacroiliac joint pain

Iliotibial band syndrome / lateral hip pain

Runner’s knee (or pfps syndrome)

Shin splints

Achilles tendinopathy

Starting “The Running Clinic”

Informed consent form

Running questionnaire

Running assessment form

Running video analysis App and how to share it with your patient

The running clinic promotion

Questions and Answers

* course schedule may be subject to changes


Refund policy

We strive to provide you with the highest level of training and that is why the event attendance is limited to a small number of students. This allows us to give a unique tailored learning experience.

For this reason no refunds are allowed.

Alternatively you can transfer your place at any time to someone else. Email us with the contact details of the person that will attend instead of you.

If you are unable to attend the course you have booked and you would like to participate on another course date, then you will need to book online again as a new participant.

What should I bring to the event?

Being a theoretical and practical course participants are strongly recommended to bring comfortable sport/leisure gear and trainers to be able to participate to all the practical elements of the course.

What’s included in the event?

Beverages and refreshments will be provided by us! Lunch is not included.

Course material: this will allow you to follow our presentation and add your notes to bring home all the knowledge you need!

Certificate of course completion: this will be emailed you after the event.

Am I covered by insurance?

Allied Health Professionals (such as Physiotherapist, Osteopath or Chiropractor ) : the new skills gained through the course should be automatically added to your current insurance to practice with no additional cost. Please check with your insurer.

Non-Allied health professionals (such as Sports Therapists, Sports Massage Therapists and Manual Therapists) should be able to gain full public liability cover to use these techniques within their clinics. Please check with your insurer

You may be required to take out an additional policy specifically for providing this service.

It is responsibility of participants to have appropriate professional liability insurance to cover them for their attendance at the course and the course content.


Jenny G. Msk and Sport Physiotherapist, Pilates instructor

"Extremely well presented course. Tutor very engaging, clear and fun. Great balance between theory and practice. You leave the course with the confidence and knowledge you can treat effectively your next injured runner"

Mark T. Msk and Sport Physiotherapist, Clinic director

"Incredibly knowledgeable and experienced tutor. I have introduced the new service into my clinic and booked 2 new patients with running injuries the same week. I have used easily all tools and skills given and customers were so impressed from the very first session!"

Anne S. Physiotherapist Team manager, Yoga and Pilates instructor

"Impressive course. One of the best I have attended so far. They know what you and your customers need. They give everything you need during and after the course to boost your confidence, transform your practice and offer your clients a comprehensive effective new service"

Sara P. Sport Physiotherapist, runner

"All the info made so much sense and cleared all my doubts. I have used many time the course content notes to refresh my knowledge once back at the clinic and used it to run my first in service training on “Running injuries management” at the clinic I work . All my colleagues found it extremely useful. Highly recommended. "

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Edinburgh - Old Town Chambers, The Gym

323 High Street



United Kingdom

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