Run Coaching

We have teamed up with Kris Hailes, from Force Endurance, to help provide you with the highest quality run coaching, programming and training to achieve your running goals.  

Subiaco Physiotherapy

Run Coaching, Running Coaching

Running is an amazing form of aerobic exercise with numerous benefits ranging from cardiac and respiratory health, all the way through to positive effects on mental health and well being.

As you start to plan some longer races and goals, a qualified Running Coach can be a huge asset to your training. Having someone to help you to set goals, provide you with an individualised running plan and then support you along the way can be a game changer for your running!


Group of runners at dusk in a city

Run Coaching Appointment

Achieve your running goals

How can a Running Coach help me?

  • Helps you set realistic goals
  • Run program design using the Final Surge App
  • Reduced risk of injury with carefully built plans
  • Ongoing feedback and support throughout your training
  • Provides a point of accountability
  • Prevents boredom and monotony in your training
  • Advice around race day strategy
  • Technique coaching (if required)

Run Coaching with Kris

Kris Hailes is a qualified running coach and works out of Subiaco Physiotherapy, seeing clients and putting together running programs to help with individual goals ranging from becoming comfortable running a few kilometres to helping people with half-marathons, full marathons and ultras.

Kris will sit down with you to understand your goals, your training history and any other injury or time constraints first. He’ll then take some time to understand what kind of running you enjoy most before delivering your customised programs direct to you. He uses the Final Surge App to map out your sessions, track your data and adjust the program as you go. He is then is available throughout your whole running journey to help with questions, motivation and support.

Kris has been coaching running for three years, working with clients of all different training histories, abilities and goals. He will serve as a friendly and knowledgeable partner on your running journey, facilitating your progress and helping you to unlock your potential as a runner.

Services We Provide

We understand that every client is unique and has specific needs when it comes to physical therapy. That’s why we offer a wide range of services and treatment options, tailored to your individual requirements.

Why Choose Subiaco Physiotherapy?

Our Unique Approach To Care

Caring Experts

Our practitioners care about you and your recovery. We’re all deeply involved in your rehabilitation.

Active Recovery

Using active recovery, we promote healing through movement and exercise

Sport Expertise

All of our practitioners are active in sports and use that knowledge to assist you further

On-Site Gym

We’ve dedicated a large space at our clinic to have a fully equipped gym

Easy Gap Only Payments

We Accept 100% of Australian Private Health Insurance Providers

We process your private health insurance claim on the spot via HICAPS. If your insurance policy covers you for our services, you will only need to make the gap payment on the day. Make sure to check your policy with your health insurance provider.

Meet Our Team

Subiaco Physiotherapy Professionals

We are a collective of highly qualified, professional clinicians with a huge variety of experience and expertise in spinal pain, sports injuries, pain management and rehabilitation.

Our staff has an ongoing commitment to further education and self development, as well as contribution to the profession and the wider community.

All team members belong to their respective professional bodies and are registered with AHPRA which exists to improve the health of Australians by supporting world’s best practice in Allied Health. 

Frequently Asked Questions

We understand you might have some questions about Run Coaching services, treatment & how it can help you.

If you have any more questions, you can always reach out to our friendly team.

You can pick between an in-person consultation at the clinic, or a Telehealth consultation.

Initial appointment
If you’ve never been to the clinic before, or you have but a >12 months ago and this is a new problem

Standard appointment
If you are following up on a previous issue with your physio

Telehealth consultation
For online video consultations that do not require face-to-face assessment and treatment

Extended appointment
For a complex case, a longer appointment time, our Exercise Evaluations & Programs, or CrossFit Performance Screenings

Clinical Exercise (Pilates) Initial Consultation
If you’d like to start into our pilates-based rehab sessions, choose this for your setup consultation

Physio Exercise Class
If you already have an exercise program with us, and would like to join us for some expert feedback and coaching on your program.

Depending on your area of injury, it can be useful for you to be able to move without the restriction of tight clothes. Sporting and exercise attire can make assessment and treatment much easier.

Don’t worry, though, your therapist will have a range of towels and shorts to lend you if you get stuck. We want you to feel completely comfortable during your appointment.

In your first treatment session, you will be greeted at reception and asked to fill out an intake form.

Your physiotherapist will then take you into a consultation room and start with taking your relevant history, establishing what you hope to achieve out of your session and viewing any scans you might have available. They will then take you through a thorough physical assessment and help to establish a clear diagnosis, as well help to identify any contributing factors.

Following this, you will often receive hands-on treatment in the first session (provided it is likely to help you) as well as be provided with an idea of a management plan. Typically, you will be given some preliminary exercises in your first session, although sometimes this is better off left to later sessions, depending on your injury.

We always aim to meet and exceed your expectations!

It’s always difficult to say as it is very dependent on your injury. The initial sessions will typically be about reducing your symptoms, with follow-up sessions being more about helping you to reduce the risk of ongoing pain and dysfunction.

We always aim to keep the number of sessions to the minimum effective amount and pack each session with as much treatment, exercise and valuable education and advice as possible.

We often say that hands-on treatment is your short term answer and that exercise rehabilitation is your long-term solution. So once we have worked with you over a period of time to reduce your symptoms, we will do a few things to reduce the risk of recurrence:

  • Education about when you can and can’t do while exercising
  • Exercise-based rehabilitation with tailored rehab programs
  • Customised return to sport and exercise programs
  • Advice around lifestyle, ergonomics, sleep, and posture

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