Are you tired of letting pain and injury slow you down? Are you unable to achieve consistent running mileage? You can find out exactly what is causing your pain and how to get rid of it. Getting to the bottom of your running injury = returning to sanity.

+ Primary goals

  • Determine causes of your running injury.
  • Educate you on the injury and its cause.
  • Develop a plan to address the injury and its cause.
  • Return to healthy and happy by minimizing risk of future injury

+ Steps toward your success

  • Step 1: Identify the problems. A thorough examination and evaluation of the musculoskeletal system is performed to identify problem areas. This will include your running posture, strength, power, stability, and mobility along with the gait evaluation.

  • Step 2: Correct the running technique. Decrease the stress on injured tissues. Some changes, if necessary, can be made immediately. Your pain can stop or be decreased immediately with minor changes. You may wish to schedule other 30 minute follow-up technique training sessions.

  • Step 3: Do your homework. A home exercise program will address limitations of strength and mobility that are contributing to your injury. You may wish to schedule other 30-60 minute follow-up training sessions for tune-ups, recovery, injury treatment, running posture correction, strengthening, power work, stabilization and mobility improvement.