Dr Juliet McGrattan

For Runners with Balls

There are heaps of blog posts about women’s health and running. Breasts, periods, pelvic floors, you name it, there’s a post to put you...

Runner’s hands

There’s always talk of runner’s feet and the UKRunChat community love sharing gruesome photos of toenails in 50 shades of black! But, what about...

The Collapsed Runner

The Collapsed Runner So, you’re part way through your race, pushing hard and the voice in your head is telling you to stop but you...

Blood Sugar for Runners

I had such great feedback on my last blog ‘Blood Pressure for Runners’ that I’ve decided to stick with the ‘medicine made easy’ theme...

Blood Pressure for Runners

I check people’s blood pressure A LOT and my patients often look nervously at me and ask, “Is it alright?” Systolic, diastolic, hypotension, hypertension;...

Runners with the Runs

Runners with the runs Most of us will at some point have had that feeling when we’ve set off on a run and then suddenly...

Anaemia

Anaemia Feeling tired, lacking in energy? Could you be anaemic? Should you take some iron? These are questions often batted around the UKSportsChat arena. Take...

Ask The Doctor with Dr. Juliet McGrattan

Ask The DoctorM. This is the summary of our ‘Ask The Doctor’ session at the inaugural #ukrunchat weekend in Anglesey, March 28th 2015. Juliet is a...

Knee Injuries

<Knee Injury I’m keeping an eye on Twitter for your medical issues. Questions that are common or important are great for me to blog about...

Dr Juliet McGrattans 1st blog for #UKRunChat – it’s a must read!

UKRunChat Welcomes Dr Juliet McGrattan Hello everyone and welcome to my first GP blog for UKRunChat. Every month I’ll be answering some of your sports...

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