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2021 Running Repairs Online course

Running Repairs Online course enrolment is now closed. Join the waitlist

We had to close enrolment on the Running Repairs Online course, but you can put your name down on the waitlist to be notified as soon as the course is open, or sign up for the Lateral hip pain video series, and not only will we let you know when the Running Repairs Online course is open again, but you also get to enjoy 3 great videos on Lateral hip pain.

Gain the success and confidence you want with running injuries

Perhaps you get good results with running injury patients, but doubt yourself. “Am I holding my patients back too much? Am I pushing too hard? There has to be a way to be more confident when talking to my patient about their diagnosis, rehab program and return to running.”

You’re right.

If you’re an experienced Physio, Physical therapist or health professional that treats patients with running injuries, or newly qualified and don’t have much experience with running rehab; you have a clinic that is full of running injury patients, or would like a diary full of active patients - this is for sure:

Using effective, evidence based treatment will help you enjoy more treatment success, patient satisfaction, peace of mind, confidence and job satisfaction.

What treatment actually works with running injuries?

You’ve tried all sorts of treatment approaches. You’ve read research articles, looked for an evidence-based approach, trialled keeping runners running, stopped them running, loaded them up, deloaded them, but you aren’t getting the treatment results you want. Perhaps you’re disappointed when your patients have setbacks in their rehab, or get better initially but break down when distances increase. You feel like no matter what you try, it’s not working.

How many of your running injury patients fully recover from injury and achieve their goals?

Write down how many runners you’ve seen each month for the last 12 months. How many of your running injury patients fully returned to running at the level they wanted, and achieved their goals?

How many of your running injury patients would you like to help achieve their goals?

Let’s say you see an average of 2 new running injury patients each week, and 60% of these go on to achieve their goals. If you’d like to help 90% of your patients achieve their goals, the gap between where you are, and where you want to be is 30 patients every year. If you see each patient four times each, that’s 120 sessions every year where you’re not getting the enjoyment and job satisfaction you want.

Improve your running results right now

You can improve your results with running injuries, right now, with the help of a Physio who is experienced at treating running injuries, is up to date with the latest evidence, and knows how to share his knowledge and experience in a practical way that helps you with your patients. Enter Running Physio,Tom Goom.

“My passion for treating running injuries grew and grew, fuelled by the clinical success extra knowledge was bringing...” Tom Goom


Tom Goom

Tom Goom is a chartered Physiotherapist with a special interest in runners & running injuries. Tom is passionate about sharing his knowledge & experience with other therapists, and presents the Running Repairs Online course.

Brighton, United Kingdom

How did Tom Goom develop his knowledge, skills and passion for running injuries? Here’s Tom’s story.

“Running Repairs started at the finish. To be precise, at the finish of the Brighton marathon around a decade ago. I was watching in the Spring sunshine unaware that this was the beginning of my work and my life changing forever...

... As I watched the runners battle through that finishing stretch I was in awe. I cheered so much I was hoarse for days! I’ve always been a runner and have competed since primary school cross-country but I’d never tackled the ‘big one’. That was about to change. Within 24 hours I’d signed up for my first marathon, a race that ignited my passion for running rehab.

That started a journey of running and a journey of learning for me.

As I began training for my marathon, I pushed myself and was constantly keeping niggles at bay. I went on a runner’s forum to see how others were getting on and what I found shocked me.

There were so many runners managing injuries and all were struggling to find quality treatment. I searched online and everywhere I looked it was the same - poor advice, “must-do” stretches and foam rolling, multiple different opinions without any evidence behind them.

As a Physio I wanted to help all these runners, and I became a man on a mission! I spent hours answering question after question on the forum but with new queries arriving everyday I soon realised this wasn’t the answer. I needed to create something different, a home for quality, evidence-based advice on running injuries and was born.

I started writing an article on ITB syndrome - reviewing the evidence, using it with my running injury patients, and synthesising the research and practical application into a blogpost with advice on treatment and injury prevention. Article by article I covered all the key injuries I was seeing clinically.

There were injuries, complex problems and jargon that I was unfamiliar with, and I felt daunted by how much I needed to know. At the same time, I became determined to research all of these areas, use the research and my new knowledge with my patients, and share my knowledge with as many runners as possible.

I explored strength and conditioning, load management, training optimisation and psychosocial factors in injury, gaining knowledge and experience all the time.

As I researched and treated all sorts of running injuries, I found that the more I built my knowledge, the more I felt able to help runners in the clinic. I loved that feeling of having answers and solutions for them and constantly finding ways to get them back on track (literally and figuratively).

The results I was getting with injured athletes started to get noticed and I became the ‘go to guy’ for running injuries, seeing everyone from weekend warriors to international athletes.

My passion for treating running injuries grew and grew, fuelled by the clinical success extra knowledge was bringing.

Lots of people stick out in my memory from that time. An athlete who had been told by several people to stop running due to knee pain who I helped back to multiple marathons! A new runner who was exercising to lose weight and was stumped by shin pain who responded brilliantly and went on to tackle ultra-marathons. I’ve even helped world record holders come back to their best.

As my knowledge and passion grew I wanted to help fellow therapists get great results with athletes. I took what I learned and carefully shaped it into the first Running Repairs course which I presented in July 2014. It was an ambitious undertaking!

I wanted to cover all the key principles in managing running injury as well as how to treat all common pathologies we see in runners. With gait analysis, strength and conditioning and training load management to fit in too it was a full weekend but I loved every minute of it!

I’ve been very fortunate since then to present the course all over the world and meet some incredible therapists. Their feedback has taken Running Repairs to a new level. Every course I listened carefully to people and used it to adapt and expand the course and the response has been excellent - the average score the course is given by participants is 9.5/10!

The problem I encountered with face to face courses was time. I wanted to fit more in, to cover shoe selection, more on strength and conditioning, power development and complex cases. I had more exercises to share, more ideas and more solutions to offer athletes. In stepped Clinical Edge legend and good friend of mine, David Pope with the answer!.. he suggested we develop an online course where we could include ALL the aspects I wanted to cover, and people could enjoy it at their leisure. We combined my content with his extensive experience in online learning and passion for sharing knowledge, and Running Repairs Online was born.

At its first release in July 2017 we were both blown away by how popular it was and delighted with the feedback. It’s been amazing to see a community grow around the course and I love hearing how people are getting on applying their new knowledge in their clinical practice.

The course can help you build your confidence in treating runners, like Christine who messaged me to say, “the Running Repairs course has been the best continuing education course I’ve ever taken!”

This is what it’s always been about for us. Helping you build your confidence and expand your practice to become the trusted person to guide runners from injury to the finish line.

Running Repairs Online has become an important part of my life, a passion where I can share practical treatment strategies, new ideas and connect with you as a fellow therapist. I want to give you the resources, latest research, and most up to date and effective rehab to help you achieve awesome results with running injuries.

I’m really proud of what we’ve created and I can’t wait to share it with you!

What do Running Repairs Online course enrollees have to say about the course?

Here are just a few of the emails we’ve received from therapists just like you who enrolled on the Running Repairs Online course.

“The Running Repairs course has been the best continuing education course I have ever taken. It was very well organized, was backed by research and gave specific treatment options that could immediately be used in the clinic. The material was presented in videos, handouts and in summary form allowing me to learn and review the material in different ways. Question and answer sessions were available throughout the course and were recorded to be viewed at any time. Though the material is specific to running injuries I found myself using the information to treat all kinds of orthopedic problems. I highly recommend!”
CHRISTINE (Physical Therapist, US).

“Through lockdown I have completed your Running Repairs Online course. This is just an email to say that this has helped me hugely and I would say that it is hands down the best course I have been on. It is obvious that a tremendous amount of work has gone into the course and its content, and delivery was top notch. So thank you very much.

The delivery has been very well thought out and is engaging throughout. Every second is worthwhile and no time is wasted. The best thing about RRO is its immediate applicability into your practice and for your patients. Tom and the team at Clinical Edge are superb with their support and they genuinely want you to do well. All things considered this course is pound for pound a highly worthwhile investment in yourself and your clinic and will greatly benefit your patients.”
RICKY (Physio, UK).

“Having subscribed to Running Repairs online, the course has exceeded my expectations. There is a fantastic mix of evidence base, practical application and thorough explanation in each module.

The content throughout is wide and varied and presented in a very down to earth way consistently referring back to practical application The videos are clear and concise and the online nature allows you to fully digest them over and over.

Tom, and the Clinical Edge team have also been extremely accessible answering any queries immediately. Furthermore, I am able to receive any updates that may be made and can access any additional material that is added moving forwards which makes the course ever current. It has inspired me to set up my own running specific service within the physio clinic that I work at and will be a constant source of reference.”
SALIL (Physio, UK).

“Hi Tom, I just wanted to say how awesome the Running Repairs online course is. As a Podiatrist I am absolutely loving the new angles and new assessments which I am already introducing into my clinics to the huge benefit of my patients and my practice. It's literally the best thing I've done in a long time!!...The course has been completely invaluable to me and has added hugely to my practice.”
KIRSTEN (Podiatrist, UK).

“Just finished the running repairs online course - fantastic course, I am sure you have had great feedback already. Great balance of evidence, theory, practical strategies and it is always a pleasure to hear an expert talk in ways where they are open to change and future development rather than in matter of fact ways, and of course it helps when someone is genuinely a nice guy (this is half the treatment process!).

Your footwear bonus module was great, in an era with an abundance of footwear advice and hype, you summed it up well, kept to the evidence and what works practically. It is easy to become overwhelmed with all the information out there, so it needs to be packaged into a nice bundle that is easy to understand and practical to implement- this is what you’ve done.”

“I finished your online course a few days ago and just wanted to say how good it was. You have clearly put a lot of time and passion into this course and it has turned out to be a very impressive body of work. I have learnt a lot from it and I’m sure people all over the place will have done too. I imagine it wasn’t easy to trawl through all those articles and pick out the relevant info but it has certainly been worth it for what you have been able to teach other people.”
DAN (Physio, UK)

“A fantastic clinically useful course with tons of practical information that you can put into practice the next day. Clear, concise, and really breaks down the current complicated and often confusing research into much simpler, clinically applicable concepts. Tom is extremely generous with sharing info and always very accessible if you have any questions.”
CARLA (Physio, Trinidad & Tobago)

Here’s what you’ll learn in the Running Repairs Online course with Tom Goom to improve your running injury results

Whether you want to improve your results with your current running injury patients, treat track & field teams, or you’ve just started your treatment career, the Running Repairs Online course can help. This online course can be undertaken over a weekend or over 12 months, whatever fits into your schedule, and provides you with everything you need to successfully treat running injuries.

The Running Repairs Online course contains 18 course modules. All course materials - including streaming videos, downloadable course handouts, MP3’s and more - are in your course dashboard.

In this module, you’ll discover the key concepts to successfully treat runners and athletes of all levels. We’ll help you identify and explain to your patients the cause of their running injury, so that you can balance training load, physical and psychological factors, and set runners on a pathway to recovery.

You’ll also:

  • Provide effective recovery strategies to accelerate the effects of your treatment.
  • Discover 4 running myths that will surprise most athletes.
  • Find out if you make these mistakes when treating runners - they could be ruining your results!
  • Help patients develop clear, realistic expectations of rehab and recovery from the start and throughout your treatment, enhancing their buy-in, completion of rehab exercises and your treatment results.

By the end of module 1, you’ll confidently identify and address factors leading to your patient’s injury, and help patients have a clear understanding of their rehab and recovery.

Module length: 1 hour 40 mins

In this module, you’ll streamline your assessment and treatment to focus on the important factors that improve outcomes. You’ll confidently identify the likely cause of a running injury with your subjective and objective assessment.

You’ll also:

  • Explore practical demonstrations of assessment tests so you’re better equipped to diagnose and treat symptoms and their drivers.
  • Know the training errors that cause 60 to 70% of running injuries.
  • Follow the training principles in this module to allow your patients to quickly recover from injury, reduce their risk of reinjury and improve performance.

By the end of module 2, you’ll have an efficient, accurate assessment that you can use to provide targeted, effective and evidence-based treatment of running injuries.

Module length: 3 hours 40 mins

In this module you’ll provide expert gait analysis in your clinic and wow your patients with the results. You’ll use a step by step approach to analyse gait and provide effective retraining to improve patient pain immediately.

Should you assess gait during your first treatment session with a patient? Second or third session? In this module you’ll know the best time to assess and retrain gait to accelerate your rehab.

Gait assessment can seem like a time-consuming process. Use simple and effective gait retraining cues to assess and improve gait patterns and symptoms in the constraints of a short treatment session.

You’ll also:

  • Identify whether your patients pain is related to their gait pattern or has another cause unrelated to gait.
  • Know whether patients should switch to a different foot strike pattern eg a forefoot strike.
  • Explore case studies with video examples of different gait patterns, cues that were used to improve gait and symptoms, and how you can use these same techniques to improve your results with runners.

By the end of this module, you’ll know exactly how to perform an efficient assessment of running gait, and effective cues you can use to improve patient symptoms and gait patterns.

Module length: 4 hours 43 minutes

In this module you’ll master exercise prescription, using strength and conditioning principles and the extensive selection of exercise videos to develop effective, individualised rehab programs that help patients get back to running quicker and keep running.

You’ll also explore:

  • The reason why “less is more” in effective rehab programs.
  • How to build strong runners (and do it in 45 minutes per week with fast, effective rehab circuits!!).
  • Whether you’re loading up your athletes enough in their rehab? Find the right load for your runners to get improvements in strength, and boost their results.
  • What is “correct form” for exercises?
  • Discover how to guide your athletes through each of their rehab exercises.
  • Do you know how to improve strength and flexibility without stretching?
  • Use specific exercises that have a “double whammy” effect of improved strength AND flexibility, in less time.
  • How to create effective rehab programmes and adapt them for great results.

By the end of this module, you’ll know how to develop winning rehab programmes using S&C principles, that get great results with running injuries (and improve performance at the same time), boosting your confidence as a rehab specialist.

Module length: 3 hours 16 mins

Do you know how to keep injured athletes running without flaring their pain? In this module, you’ll find out how to keep your injured patients making great progress through rehab, while still running.

You’ll also:

  • Confidently follow these two simple rules to keep most of your injured athletes running:
    1. Pain during running is ok, providing it’s mild (between 0 and 3 out of 10).
    2. Any symptoms settle quickly after running so they’re back to normal in 24 hours.
  • Understand when a more cautious approach or a break from running is needed. You’ll know how to accurately explain why a break is needed and the length of the break, so you can get them on board and allow tissue recovery.
  • When your patients need a break from running, you’ll confidently use a 4 step process for successful return to running.
  • Explore criteria and advanced rehab ideas you can use when returning your ACL post-op patients to running.
  • Discover the truth about recovery. There’s one recovery approach that’s the most effective and many of your athletes aren’t doing it!

By the end of this module, you’ll know when your patients can continue to run or need time off. You’ll have a clear pathway and all the tools you need to guide their running or return to running program, and keep you patient on track for an excellent recovery.

Module length: 2 hours 20 mins

In this module, you’ll learn how to dramatically improve your results with tendinopathy, using effective, evidence based and patient-centred treatment. 40% of people with tendon pain don’t respond to standard treatment, and in this module you’ll discover 4 treatment principles to help even challenging cases. You’ll also:

  • Understand tendinopathy pathology, including whether inflammation plays a role, and factors that influence tendon pain, so you can accurately describe it to your patients.
  • Use effective exercises and loading, including how the latest evidence helps you get better results with heavy slow resistance, isometrics, combined approaches and plyometric exercise for tendinopathies such as:
    • Patellar
    • Achilles & plantaris
    • Gluteal
    • Tibialis posterior
    • Peroneal
    • Proximal hamstring
    • and more.
  • Know when and why your tendinopathy patients shouldn’t include stretching in their program.
  • Confidently explain tendinopathy recovery timeframes, so your patients have clear expectations throughout their rehab.
  • Help your patients get on board and complete their rehab program, to make great progress and successfully reach their goals.

By the end of this module, you’ll have the loading and treatment strategies you need to set your patients on the path to a speedy recovery.

Module length: 3 hours 10 mins

In this module you’ll use strengthening and specific stretches to accelerate your treatment results with plantar fasciopathy. You’ll address key impairments in strength, control, range of movement and load capacity to improve your results with this challenging condition. You’ll also:

  • Know whether isometric exercises are effective for each individual plantar fasciopathy patient.
  • Discover effective exercises you can incorporate into your plantar fasciopathy treatment.
  • Know when orthoses, steroid injections or surgery are an option for your patients.

By the end of this module, you’ll confidently treat plantar fasciopathy, support your runners through their recovery and back to running.

Length: 1 hour 23 mins

Bone stress injuries (BSI) can slam the handbrake on your patients ability to run. It’s important for us to identify these injuries early, and provide excellent treatment, because if we miss them, it may have long term consequences or be career ending for a runner or athlete. In this module you’ll discover how to accurately assess and effectively manage Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome, other BSI’s and high risk stress fractures. You’ll also:

  • Use a bone loading program to optimise adaptation to exercise.
  • Explore the truth about running and bone health and chances are, it’s not what you think!
  • Implement four rehab rules for stronger bones!

By the end of this module, you’ll accurately identify and have clear treatment strategies for bone stress injuries, along with exercises you can use to help prevent stress bone injuries in all your runners. You’ll have peace of mind, knowing that your runners with bone stress injuries are on the best path to recovery and you can help other runners prevent bone stress injuries.

Module length: 1 hour 43 minutes

In this module, you’ll quickly and accurately assess and differentially diagnose “Biomechanical overload syndrome” causing calf pain or anterolateral shin pain during running. You’ll also:

  • Discover effective treatment strategies and exercises for acute calf and hamstring muscle injuries.
  • Know why “Biomechanical overload syndrome” more accurately describes this condition than “Chronic exertional compartment syndrome”.
  • Learn specific tests and exercises you can use with patients with Biomechanical overload syndrome.
  • Improve your treatment of calf strains and hamstring tears in a new section which includes progressive rehab for an injured sprinter and a differential diagnosis you don’t want to miss!

By the end of this module, you’ll confidently diagnose the source of your patients muscle and calf pain, and have effective exercises to boost your lower limb treatment results.

Module length: 1 hour 38 minutes

In this module, you’ll develop a winning strategy to rehab your patients patellofemoral pain (PFP) and ITB syndrome. You’ll use strength, control and power exercises to help patients make a full recovery from PFP and ITB syndrome. You’ll also:

  • Use a comprehensive treatment approach to help your PFP patients achieve their goals.
  • Adopt clear communication strategies to explain pain and give good quality, confident advice to your patients.
  • Apply the latest research on pain, central sensitisation and the link to training, to overcome your patient’s persistent pain and running injuries.

You’ll apply everything you’ve learned throughout the Running Repairs Online course to navigate through a real case study. You’ll improve your clinical reasoning, load management, exercise selection, gait retraining options and more, to give you outstanding treatment results, improve your reputation with running injuries, and become the “go to” therapist for running injuries in your area.

Module length: 3 hours 37 mins

In this module, you’ll use a comprehensive step by step guide to assessment and treatment of low back pain in runners and athletes. You’ll also:

  • Develop and use an effective, patient centred treatment for low back pain, that helps overcome their fears, and gets them back to activity.
  • Combine strength and conditioning and running rehab with Cognitive Functional Therapy to help your low back pain patients fully recover, and prepare physically and psychologically for the demands of their sport and daily life.

By the end of this module, you’ll take your low back pain patients on a step by step journey from pain to performance.

Module length: 3 hours 8 mins

In this module, you’ll explore how to differentially diagnose achilles tendinopathy from other common causes of achilles and heel pain. You’ll also:

  • Avoid ineffective treatments that hamper your treatment results.
  • Discover specific strengthening, range of movement exercises, load management and gait retraining you can use immediately with your achilles tendinopathy patients.

By the end of this module you’ll successfully differentiate achilles tendinopathy, and employ effective treatment to get uncommonly good results with this common condition.

Module length: 1 hour 10 mins

In this module, you’ll explore how to quickly and accurately assess patients with buttock pain, to diagnose proximal hamstring tendinopathy, and differentiate it from other common causes, such as referred lumbar pain, gluteal tendinopathy and more.

You’ll know how to adjust your patients running program, use specific loading exercises to settle pain and improve strength, know which aggravating activities to minimise initially, and how to get your patients feeling great and back to sport, running and activity.

Module length: 1 hour 32 mins

In this module, you’ll discover how to help injured athletes with complex presentations or multiple areas of pain, even when others can’t. You’ll also:

  • Learn how to design effective, tailored treatment programs to free athletes from persistent injury and get them back on track.

  • Overcome the barriers and hurdles you face to getting great results with running injuries, like...

    • "It's hard to get people to do their exercises"
    • "I can't get my patients to cut down their running"
    • "I struggle with load management"
    • "Some athletes just want a quick fix"
    • "They keep getting injured!"
  • Patients also face challenges, like:

    • "They just tell me to stop running"
    • "Every time I see a Physio they find another part that's weak, stiff or unstable"
    • "I'm worried I’m going to do some lasting damage"
    • "I get different advice from every different health professional. I'm confused."
    • "All they do is massage me or give me loads of exercises and send me away"

By the end of this module, you’ll confidently overcome the barriers you face, and address your patients fears, beliefs and challenges. You’ll be able to crack those tough nuts - solve those complex patient presentations, and get that satisfaction and enjoyment that comes from helping patients that are really struggling, to get back to the activities they love.

Module length: 1 hour 24 mins

In this module you’ll discover common mistakes in lateral hip pain rehab and how to address these so you can get better treatment results.

You'll explore diagnoses, pathology, the latest research and a great collection of assessment & exercise demonstration videos that guide you step by step through lateral hip pain assessment and treatment.

Module length: 3 hours 56 mins

A great deal of therapists admit confusion over shoes, pronation and running injury. In this bonus module we summarise the latest evidence and how it impacts you in the clinic. We'll answer the following tricky questions!...

• Pronation, is it a risk factor for running injury? If so, when is it a key factor?
• How is pronation assessed?
• Where does peak pronation occur and how is it influenced by running gait?
• Running shoes should be selected based on foot shape, shouldn’t they? Wrong! We’ll take you through a better way!
• How does shoe type influence running gait?
• A better, simpler way to recommend footwear.
• How do motion control shoes influence running gait and injury?
• What are 'heel toe drop' and 'mid-sole hardness' and what impact do they have on injury risk?
• Barefoot v shod running, we get to the sole of the matter (oh dear!)
• Key take home points for use in clinic.

Module length: 2 hours 0 mins

Keep your runners on track! Make your assessment and treatments incredibly efficient and effective, with the complete collection of our downloadable assessment and treatment sheets all in one place. Download these forms to use with your running injury patients whenever you like:

  • The runner's 'tool box' (and how to individualise care for each runner).
  • The Glutes Circuit (and EMG studies behind it).
  • A Plantar Fasciopathy Rehab Program (and the reasoning and research behind it).
  • A simple Soleus Circuit to print and provide to your patients in the clinic.
  • Running Gait Assessment guide and cheat sheet.
  • Strength & Conditioning cheat sheet.
  • Capacity testing.
  • Athlete monitoring tool.
  • TendonQ tendon health questionnaire.
  • Top tips for optimising performance in injured athletes.
  • Advice to improve running technique from recent research.
  • A rehab sheet for patients to record their exercise program.

All of the resources you need for your assessment and treatment of runners, available to download in one place.

Once you start applying all of the great info on the course with your patients, you may have specific questions for Tom. That’s where you get additional support directly from Tom in live Q&A calls, to keep you progressing with your running injury assessment and treatment.

We conduct four live and recorded Q&A sessions per year with Tom for all course enrollees with a current ticket, to answer your questions. You can submit your questions and join us live, or watch a recording of the Q&A when it suits you.

These Q&A sessions will provide you with the support you need, allowing you to continue to improve your confidence, while overcoming any treatment barriers you experience.

You also get access to all previous Q&A’s, covering a ton of great running-related questions.

Module length: 10 hours 32 mins

Here's a sneak peek inside the Running Repairs Online course

What steps will I go through when I register for the Running Repairs Online course?

Wondering about the steps that you'll go through when you register for the Running Repairs Online course? Here's a quick run through of the different tickets, and your three stage registration process, using a secure portal for your details.

Step 1 Select a ticket and click on "Register". You are able to change your ticket at any point prior to step 3. You can also check an estimate of the ticket prices in your currency at this stage.

Step 2 Enter your name, address, email address and other details. You are still able to change your ticket if you wish at this point. Agree to the terms of service & click "Proceed to checkout".

Step 3 Enter your credit card details in the secure portal. You are still able to change your ticket if you wish at this point. Check the ticket you have selected is the one you want. Agree to the terms & conditions and click "Register".

That's it! You'll have immediate access to the Running Repairs Online course! Enjoy

Here's a video run through of this process.

How much are tickets in your currency? Find out

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Figures are based on the daily currency exchange rate, and will vary depending on the exact rate set by your bank.

What's the difference between each ticket?

Here's a summary to take you through what's included, and the differences between each ticket.

CLICK HERE for a large PDF file of the table.

If you're not sure which ticket is right for you, please use the Chat function below to chat with us.

You’ll have support every step of the way in the Running Repairs Online course

As soon as you join the Running Repairs Online course, you’ll have guidance and support from Tom Goom in a safe and encouraging environment.

Completely online for self-paced learning

You’ll have access to the entire library of training materials inside your Online Course dashboard, to work through as quickly or slowly, and review as often as you like. You can choose 12 months or Lifetime access to all of these resources, to ensure you have as much time as you need.

Live video Q&A sessions with Tom Goom

During the live Q&A sessions with Tom, he’ll tackle your toughest questions and provide guidance to move you forward. If you can’t make it live, watch the replay, or if you’re a Lifetime or Lifetime Plus enrollee, you can also download the MP3 audio file.

The Answer Vault

You’ll have immediate access to a bank of Q&A sessions with Tom Goom that answer common questions, so you’ll know exactly what to do in any scenario.


In our private community for Lifetime and Lifetime Plus enrollees, you’ll share ideas, get feedback and connect with Tom to ask any questions you have.

Spectacular Clinical Edge support

If you have technical issues, or are having a challenge you need help with, email us and we’ll take care of you quickly, so you can get back to improving your results with running injuries.

Let’s sum it up - here’s everything that’s included in your Running Repairs Online course enrolment.

18 course modules

18 core modules containing 50 hours of content, that has taken Tom more than 10 years to learn, practice, refine and put together for you in an easy to follow format that gets results with your patients.

An instant global community (Lifetime and Lifetime Plus enrollees)

Create connections with therapists all over the world that have a passion for running injury treatment, and receive guidance, encouragement and support while you go through the program.

You're at the decision making point

You can either continue down the path of least resistance, the path you’ve already been traveling, or you can choose the road less traveled. The path of least resistance will probably result in you getting the same outcomes you’ve always received.

But if you want something different to happen, if you want to change the direction of your treatment, and the results you get with running injury patients, you’ll need to do something different. Make a new choice, and pursue new treatment results, satisfaction and confidence.

Click the Register button below, fill out the order form, and get immediate access to the entire Running Repairs Online course. The course has everything you need to get great results with runners now.

Questions about the course

How long do I have access to the course for?

A 12 months access enrolment will provide you with 12 months access to the current version of the Running Repairs online course. If you choose a “Lifetime” or “Lifetime Plus” enrolment, you will have access to the presentations on an ongoing basis, including all future updates.

Can I do the course in my own time, or do I need to be available at a certain time?

You can enjoy the course at whatever pace suits you. You can complete it over the period of a couple of days, or savour it and complete it in 5 or 10 minutes intervals between patients, over coffee (or tea, or any beverage of your choice).

When new research or assessment and treatment techniques emerge, will I receive access to course updates?

A 12 month ticket enrolment includes access to the current version of the course. Lifetime or Lifetime Plus enrolments include access to ALL FUTURE UPDATES to the course.

What are the audio downloads?

Lifetime and Lifetime Plus course enrolment provides you with audio downloads of the course presentations. These will be available to download to your Computer, Phone or iPod, to listen to whenever it suits you. When the course is updated, you will be able to download the updated audio files as well.

Will there be course handouts?

There sure will be. You will be able to download the full course handouts from within your dashboard.

How many hours of CPD does the Running Repairs Online course have?

The Running Repairs Online course contains more than 50 hours of CPD as well as links to research articles and other resources.

Which ticket is right for me?

A 12 months access ticket is best for you if:

  • You will complete the entire course in 12 months.

Lifetime is our most popular option, and is best for you if:

  • You are not sure how long it will take you to complete the course, so lifetime access is perfect for you.
  • You will likely complete it in 12 months, but sometimes life happens and it's nice to have a buffer.
  • You like to refer to videos of assessment tests, exercises or progressions again in the future.
  • You want full access to all future updates to the course, additional modules and material.
  • You would like access to ask Tom questions anytime you have them in the Facebook group.
  • You would like to discuss your running injury questions with other knowledgeable therapists. The Facebook group is perfect for this.
  • You like downloading audio files and listening to the lectures wherever you are, like driving, travelling or exercising.

Lifetime Plus is best for you if:

  • You would like all of the benefits of a Lifetime enrolment.
  • You would also like access to practical, ongoing education on other musculoskeletal and sports pain and injury at a discounted rate. You will receive 12 months Platinum Clinical Edge membership with a Lifetime Plus ticket, giving you full access to the entire library of videos and new monthly content, audio file downloads of each online course, and full BJSM online access.

Do I really get access to ALL future updates to the course with Lifetime & Lifetime Plus enrolment?

You sure do!

Who can join the Running Repairs Online course or become a member of Clinical Edge?

Anyone with a Health Science degree (or a student currently enroled in a health science degree). The education contained on the site has a certain level of expected knowledge, so you must be a Physiotherapist, Osteopath, Chiropractor, Sports Doctor or Exercise Sports Scientist. Massage therapists and remedial therapists are unable to become members or join the Running Repairs Online course.

Does the Running Repairs Online course have accredited CPD points?

The Running Repairs Online is accredited by the Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine UK who have awarded it 26 Continual Professional Development points.

The Running Repairs Online has also been approved for 30 CEU credits with the Arizona Physical Therapy Association.

For other professions you will need to check the individual requirements of your state/country and your individual profession as this will vary depending on your country of registration.

We do provide the following for you to use when applying for recognition of CPD with your professional body

  1. Aims and Objectives
  2. Course certificate once the course content has been completed
  3. All resources viewed in your Clinical Edge account are logged in an electronic CPD record that you can save as evidence of your learning. This automatically lists the date, topic and duration of learning .

Course Enrolment

How long will the course be open for enrolment?

Course enrolment will close in 1 week.

When do I pay for my course enrolment?

At the time of enrolment. Payment is in Australian Dollars.

What does the price of my course enrolment go towards?

To ensure the highest quality presenters and material are provided for course attendees, all Clinical Edge course presenters are paid for the presentations. More than 12 months of preparation, work and costs are involved in the research, organisation and preparation to provide you with this opportunity, and for a fully featured online course of such a high standard. Unlike physical courses and conferences, your course enrolment provides you with access to the course presentations for 12 months or on an ongoing basis, allowing you to watch presentations whenever it suits you, as many times as you like. You save hundreds, if not thousands of dollars, on travel time, travel costs and accommodation, while accessing the course from the comfort of your home or clinic. All of this for less than the price of one physical course!

Can I share my Running Repairs Online course access with my friends or workmates?

Each course enrolment will provide access for one person to the course, and one Certificate of Attendance for your CPD Record. Please be honest with your course login. We really appreciate your honesty in keeping your course access to yourself so that we can continue to organise education like this for you, and depend on your honesty to be able to do this.

Are there student discounts on course enrolment?

Yes! We provide significant discounts on course enrolment for students. Yes! We provide significant discounts on course enrolment for students. For specific information on the student discount or to take up the student offer please email a copy of your student card, registration/university enrolment details to showing current semester enrolment confirmation and let us know what ticket you are interested in for the Running Repairs Online course registration and we will send through a discount coupon and further instructions. This offer is available for undergraduate students only and is only available at the time of registration. The discount does not apply if you have already registered without using the student discount.

Payment and Technical Questions

Is the online payment secure?

Yes. The security of your purchase is ensured by an SSL certificate, and a fully secure Stripe payment portal (

What are the computer requirements to be able to view the Running Repairs Online course?

You will need a Broadband connection eg ADSL or ADSL2 to view the videos on a computer at the clinic or at home. Dial-up may work as well. If you are not sure, signup for a free membership, and you will be able to test it on your computer. You can watch the videos on your mobile or iPad via your 3G or 4G service. The video host automatically detects your internet connection speed, and provides the appropriate quality of video dependent on your connection speed. eg with ADSL2, you will get an incredibly high quality picture, and with slower speeds, the picture clarity will be varied to provide smooth streaming of the video. Streaming over 3G on your mobile is generally very clear and smooth. We recommend that you use Google Chrome, Firefox or Safari browsers when accessing the Clinical Edge website resources and conference materials.

In what currency is the registration fees charged?

All membership, conference and course prices listed are in Australian Dollars (AUD).


No refunds will be provided on Clinical Edge membership, course, online course or conference enrolments, including any payments made following a free Clinical Edge membership trial.

Can I pay for the conference in a different currency other than Australian Dollars?

No. The Running Repairs Online course registration fees are only available in Australian Dollars (AUD).

If you Click on any ticket you can see an estimate of how much tickets are in your currency. Figures are based on the daily currency exchange rate, and will vary depending on the exact rate set by your bank. The payment is still billed in Australian Dollars.

I am trying to enrol on the course, and my payment is not going through. What should I do?

This is generally due to 1 of the following issues relating to your credit card: 1. Your bank isn't approving it or 2. Insufficient funds 3. Incorrect credit card details We would suggest using a different credit card, calling your bank (fraud services) to get them to approve payments to Clinical Edge on your credit card and check that you have sufficient funds on your credit/debit card. Then try the following Visit and login using the email you tried to register with and the associated password you created and then sign up from within your user profile for the Shoulder: Steps to Success online course in the “Online Courses” section of your account. If you have not created an account yet then you will not need to login first, you can register via the online course section via the register button for the ticket that you would like. If these steps don’t work, please let us know so we can help sort it out. You can email us on

Clinical Edge Members Information

I am a Clinical Edge member. Will recordings of these videos be available for me anyway?

No, the Running Repairs Online course is separate to Clinical Edge membership. You will not have access to any of the course presentations as part of your membership.

I am a Clinical Edge member. Do I receive any deals with my Running Repairs Online course?

Yes! Clinical Edge members will receive 1 month free membership with registration on the Running Repairs Online course course. Simply enrol on the Running Repairs Online course with your existing Clinical Edge membership account and we will add 1 month membership credit free for your next payment cycle. This only applies to current Clinical Edge financial members. If you are on a free trial your free month will be added after the initial payment has been processed. The free month membership will be at the same level as your current billed account e.g. gold membership or platinum membership. If you register using a different email address other than your existing Clinical Edge account address then the credit will not be applied.

Do I need to login before I enrol on the Running Repairs Online course?

If you are a Clinical Edge member, OR have enrolled on a previous course or conference you will need to login before you enrol on the Running Repairs Online course. If you have not previously made a purchase on the Clinical Edge website, you will create a login with your enrolment.

I am a Clinical Edge member. How do I enrol on the course?

Login to the website by clicking on Sign In (at the top of the page), and entering your email address and password. Go to “Online Courses” at the top of the website, choose the Running Repairs Online course and select the course enrolment of your choice here on this page. There are 3 options to choose from - either a 12 months access ticket, a lifetime access ticket or a lifetime plus ticket).

Do I have to be a Clinical Edge member to enrol on the Running Repairs Online course?

Course enrolment is open to members and non-members. You do not need to have a Clinical Edge membership to enrol on the course.

I am an existing Clinical Edge annual member but I want to purchase a Lifetime Plus Running Repairs Online course ticket. How will the annual membership be credited to my account?

If you are an existing Clinical Edge annual member and you wish to register on the Running Repairs Online course with a Lifetime Plus ticket then the 12 months platinum annual membership (with the Running Repairs Online course Lifetime Plus ticket package) will start once your current membership time has been completed.

How much are tickets in your currency? Find out

Click on any ticket to see an estimate of how much tickets are in your currency

Figures are based on the daily currency exchange rate, and will vary depending on the exact rate set by your bank.