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TREATMENT ROOM

SportsInjuryFix.com member Dawn Morse, from Core Elements Training, provides advice on how to treat snapping hip syndrome

Snapping hip syndrome, also known as coxa saltans, is common in runners and is associated by a popping, clicking or snapping sensation on hip flexion and extension. In some instances these can be pain-free to start with but, as the condition continues, movement can become painful, range of motion reduced, and further injuries can develop, such as inflammation of the associated tendon or joint damage. Internal and external snapping hip are the most common forms of the condition.

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About Men's Running

New to running? The February issue of Men’s Running is tailor-made for you. If, like many, your decision to dust the cobwebs off your trainers was driven by Christmas guilt, then signing up to a race, several months down the line, is an excellent way to keep that new-year motivation running high. And for that, our Ultimate Race Guide is a good place to start. Featuring 100 of the UK’s – and indeed the world’s – premier running events, you’re guaranteed to find a race that takes your fancy. And here’s hoping it will mark the start of a long and event-full running journey. It's not all about racing, of course, as proved by MR debutant Matt Buck, who embarked on a self-supported run along Portugal's stunning and appropriately named Historical Way. And of course there’s the usual blend of seasonal training advice, exclusive reviews, witty race reports and nutrition know-how – all of which, we hope, can help you make 2018 your best running year yet.