Should you keep running when you’re injured? And what should you do for that sore Achilles when you’re done?

RICE (rest, ice, compression, elevation) is considered the gold standard when it comes to addressing pain, but the latest research has found that a little inflammation might not be a bad thing when it comes to healing.

I’m joined on the show today by physical therapist and host of the Run Smarter Podcast, Brodie Sharpe. And he’s bringing the latest research and knowledge all about running (and working out while injured) so you can get back to the activities you love.

Whether or not you’re a runner, when you’re an active person, injuries happen – and today’s episode is filled with practical tips you can put to immediately.

A little bit every day is enough to maintain your body so you can forget about soreness, tension and pain. Movement Mavens is the only program of it’s kind that not only teaches you how to maintain your body and move well, but also helps you craft your personalized plan so you can build sustainable strength, consistently. Learn more now at www.aewellness.com/mavens

 What you’ll lean from this episode:

  • Why it might be ok to run or workout when you’re injured
  • Why rest, ice, and anti-inflammatories are not the best first step for an injury (and what you should do instead)
  • And how to get back into running and workouts without making it worse

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