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Running Pain Relief

Chronic Knee, Heel, & Foot Pain?

Are you tired of running with chronic knee, Achilles, or foot pain? Does pain limit you from enjoying your daily run? Have you tried every running stretch or exercise on YouTube with no success? Are you desperate to know what is causing your pain and how you can start to run pain-free again?

Running injuries can be challenging to treat especially when you focus on treating the symptoms of your pain. At Rehab United Seattle, we specialize in treating the root cause of your pain not just your symptoms. By treating the root of your pain, it will allow you to heal faster and get back to participating in what you love: running! To help you get a better understanding of how we treat runners, we have put together a free guide, “7 Simple Tips to End Running Pain”. Just click on the “Get the Free Guide” button below and it will be all yours!

Rehab United's Approach

When a running injury stops you from taking part in something you love, it’s important to be seen by an expert, particularly one that specializes in treating running injuries. At Rehab United Seattle, we utilize an Applied Functional Biomechanics approach to running, allowing us to have an astute knowledge of running mechanics and how each one of your muscles, tendons, ligaments, and joints biomechanically react during a run. This deep understanding of the human body will help us to successfully treat you, the runner that has long suffered from shin splints, Achilles tendonitis, or the dreaded ITB pain.

Speaking of ITB pain, we constantly get calls from frustrated runners telling us they are at a loss on where to go for their nagging ITB pain that they foam roll daily, or that runner who has been suffering from Achilles tendonitis for the past 6 months that their main treatment has been eccentric heel raises. 

Conditions Our Guide Addresses

  • Annoying aches or sharp pains in your foot, Achilles, or knee for more than 7 days; and every time you go for a run.

  • Pain that limits you from walking, squatting, or participating in other recreational activities.

  • Pain that hinders your running distance, speed, and performance

  • Pain that disturbs your sleep

Medical Disclaimer: All information on this website is intended for instruction and informational purposes only. The authors are not responsible for any harm or injury that may result. Significant injury risk is possible if you do not follow due diligence and seek suitable professional advice about your injury. No guarantees of specific results are expressly made or implied on this website.

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