Running injuries are common, take a look at this video for some fascinating stats.
It doesn’t matter if you are a novice or experienced runner, there is still a risk of a running related injury. You may be lucky enough not to have been injured, but there is a good chance you will know someone who has.
You do not need to be injured to have a gait assessment. In fact it is better if you are able to run for 10 minutes without pain. If you would like to have a gait assessment you can book by following this link.
Take a look the RunFit service for more details about what this involves.
For more information about the 6 most common running related injuries see the RUN: Better, Faster, Longer, Stronger blog post