Sports Injury Series: Cycling


  • About


    People have been riding bicycles on regular basis since the 1800’s. Cycling is now known to be one of the best ways to maintain weight and boost a person’s overall health because it’s an intense cardio exercise that works out the entire body at once.

    Some injuries are very hard to avoid but you can still protect yourself to minimise the damage. Many problems are linked to poor posture so preventing them is only a matter of making sure that your body is in the best position in relation to the bicycle. Other bicycle-related injuries are a little more complex.

    On this workshop you will learn about the most common cycling injuries and pathologies and some of the best proven ways to deal with them.


    Most common injuries and pathologies:

    • Cyclist’s Knee
    • Lateral Knee pain
    • Lower Back Pain
    • Achilles Tendinitis
    • Foot Numbness
    • Neck Pain


    Treatment Protocol:

    • Review of Injury
    • Joint Assessment
    • Proprioception Assessment
    • Soft Tissue & Neuropathy Treatment
    • Specific to sport REHAB & Exercise Therapy
    • Kinesiology Taping

  • Cost, Date & CPD Credits




    CPD Credits




    To book, please click on the required date below (it will take you to our booking site).

    For dates about this course, please call us on 0161 235 5307 / 07449178832 or use the online contact form.

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