Are your feet ready achieve great things at the 'THE CLANFIELD CHALLENGE' on 14th May, 2017?

John-Wayne Hughes
Author: John-Wayne Hughes
Published: 20th October 2016
Categories: Blog, Clinical massage, Physiotherapy, Stretches, Clinical advice

In short:

The Clanfield Challenge Logo

Advance Soft Tissue & Remedial Massage (AdvanceSRM) is proud to be working with Clanfield Online, Clanfield Joggers, Serenity Digital to bring an even bigger and better 'Clanfield Challenge'. If you are looking for something different to do with yourself this Spring, why not give your body and mind a unique gift by taking part in this year's Challenge. If you are up for it then AdvanceSRM will be on hand to help you prepare and in doing so would like you to ask yourself - 

Are your feet able to step up to the CHALLENGE? 



In detail:

Advance Soft Tissue & Remedial Massage (AdvanceSRM) is proud to be working with Clanfield Online, Clanfield Joggers, Serenity Digital to bring an even bigger and better 'Clanfield Challenge'. If you are looking for something different to do with yourself this Spring, why not give your body and mind a unique gift by taking part in this year's Challenge. If you are up for it then AdvanceSRM will be on hand to help you prepare and in doing so would like you to ask yourself - 

Are your feet able to step up to the CHALLENGE? 

Clanfield Challenge Leaflet 2017 Front

Clanfield Challenge Leaflet 2017 Back

Whether you choose to RUN, JOG, WALK or CRAWL the beautiful Southdowns with us at the event this year, preparing your feet appropriately for the Clanfield Challenge, or for any activity for that matter, will pay dividends when it comes to enjoying yourself to the fullest. With this in mind, AdvanceSRM is pleased to share a video demonstrating simple remedial exercises that can help overcome or, even better, avoid agonising pain in the foot while preparing for The Clanfield Challenge in 2017! 

Foot Pain - 6 Remedial Exercises

I demonstrate a number of exercises that may be used for the rehabilitation of weakened arches and pain associated with heel or arch problems such as Plantar Fasciitis. Please not that this is not a definitive guide and any exercises shown here should only be performed under the guidance of the relevant professional.

If you are suffering from any of the symptoms or complaints described above and would like assistance with your ailments, please book online.

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DISCLAIMER: John Hughes is a qualified Clinical Soft tissue & Remedial Massage Specialist, and the exercises demonstrated in this video are to be used only as a reminder of how to carry out exercises that have been demonstrated to you by an appropriately qualified professional. Performing the techniques shown in this video should never take the place of visiting your own doctor or other appropriately qualified person for treating any discomfort or pain you may be experiencing. Remember, your own therapist will ensure that you are performing the exercises correctly. Doing it wrong may result in you making the situation worse instead of better. If at any time, you are aware of any increase in discomfort or experience any unexpected pain while performing any remedial exercises then you must STOP and seek advice from your General Practitioner.

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