1.0 Fundamentals of Running Injuries
Assess and treat runners with confidence
Apply the latest science-backed approaches with practical tools
Our flagship Course 1.0 is an essential for any health and fitness professional that works with runners. As a Certified Professional by The Running Clinic, you will be able to:
✓ Understand and apply the latest running science
✓ Select the best treatment approach for your clients
✓ Apply concepts and tools tested with thousands of runners by our expert clinicians
✓ Position yourself as a reference in your local community
We take pride in delivering the most up-to-date evidence-based courses
Our flagship 1.0 course has been delivered in five languages, hundreds of times, on all five continents. Using the most recent science, it questions several unjustified and widespread practices.
Our expert clinicians will present you a compelling visual synthesis of the most recent and relevant running science as useful clinical tools for therapists. At the end of this two-day journey, you will possess and know how to apply new, must-have skills when working with runners: mechanical stress quantification (load management), gait analysis/retraining, shoe prescription, and more.
After completing this course, you will automatically be listed as a Certified professional on our online registry, which will promote your services to anyone searching on our database. When members of the ever-growing running community in your region will look for a specialist to treat them, your name will come up on top!
Are you ready for the most evidence-based course you will ever attend?
Here are the objectives and schedule of our course.
Jean-Francois Esculier, PT, PhD | Follow him on Twitter @JFEsculier
When and where?
1-2 April 2023
Saturday: 8 AM to 6 PM
Sunday: 8 AM to 5 PM
Lunch breaks from 12 to 1 PM
Our speakers will greet you 30 minutes before the course begins.
#300-200 Hamilton Boulevard
Whitehorse (Yukon) Y1A 0A6
The Running Clinic is a proud educational partner of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. This course has been approved (6.8 CEUs) by the Canadian Athletic Therapists Association, and has received the stamp of approval for high-quality evidence-based education from the prestigious British Journal of Sports Medicine.
Sara Miller, Physiotherapist, Range of Motion Physiotherapy, Fredericton (NB), Canada
Thank you again for an amazing course! It has changed the way I’ve approached some of my clinic patients as well as my own running. I feel more confident in my own abilities to make the right changes for myself and also my patients. I personally very much liked the 4 evenings, 4 hours approach. It allowed application of concepts learned between sessions that a weekend course wouldn’t have allowed. Also, as a McMaster grad, I very much appreciate the presentation of the evidence and the mindset of cutting edge, pushing boundaries of our current knowledge. I have some old school colleagues who don’t agree with that mindset as much so it’s been a pleasure to learn from you and all the guest speakers. Thank you again for everything! I look forward to taking the next levels.
Aren Savangsengouthay, Physiotherapist, Motion Science Physiotherapy, Winnipeg (MB), Canada
I just wanted to take the opportunity to thank you and the entire team at The Running Clinic again, absolutely loved the course. I am very excited to start working and hopefully seeing LOTS of runners. Please pass on my appreciation to everyone and I hope to see you again in the future either at a class, clinic, maybe on a run who knows.
Matthew Berube, Athletic therapist, Dynamic Therapy & Rehabilitation Centre, Sudbury (ON), Canada
Thanks again for running the course last weekend. I can honestly say it’s the best course I’ve taken to date and it’s shifted my perspective on running and high impact related injuries!
Health and fitness professionals who treat and coach runners and athletes: physiotherapists, medical doctors, chiropractors, podiatrists, osteopaths, coaches, etc.
Students: please email proof of enrolment to email@example.com to get your promo code for 50% off!
Members of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association: use the promo code in the Members Discounts section of the CPA's website to get 15% off!
- What to bring?
Wear comfortable clothing, e.g. running shoes and shorts.
Snacks will be provided on both days, during AM and PM breaks.
Course notes will be sent by email a few days before. Download and bring them on your tablet or laptop.
- More information
+1 418 907-8171
Registration, payment, cancellation
Payment must be made by credit card and will be debited upon registration.
Reimbursement is possible up to 6 weeks before the course.
10% administrative fees are non-refundable at all times.
A minimum of 20 participants is required for the course to take place.
A cancellation notice will be sent by email as soon as possible if the course is cancelled.
Additional information will be emailed to you within 2 weeks of the course.
You will receive a certificate of achievement at the end of the course.
Your registration for this course will automatically put your email address on our mailing list.
It is forbidden to take photos, videos or record during the course.
I acknowledge that running and walking in its different forms can be inherently strenuous activities and that no event is without risk of injuries. By registering to the 2-day course Fundamentals of running injuries, I renounce taking any actions whatsoever against The Running Clinic should I get injured during or after the course, or should my personal effects be damaged or stolen during the course.
I confirm that my physical condition allows me to participate and to get involved in the practical sessions. Otherwise, I will retire voluntarily from sessions that do not suit me.
Reserve your spot today