Part 2 interviews Søren Skou a Professor at the University of Southern Denmark in the Research department for Musculoskeletal Function and Physiotherapy.
We continue the discussion on meniscus injuries for runners and focus our attention on the chronic population, especially with the correlation early onset osteoarthritis.
Søren talks about why there is such a high correlation between knee damage and arthritis and ways we can delay or prevent this early onset.
We also delve into treatment & management principles upon returning from a meniscus injury including strength tips, running tips and general loading principles.
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