Share97 Tweet Pin4 Share Reddit EmailShares 101Yes, I’m a physical therapist first, but truthfully, I may be a psychologist second. Managing any person, runner or not, when injured can be a chore. Part of
Share56 Tweet Pin1 Share Reddit EmailShares 57I know better than this. I know the consequences. “I’ll just get them tomorrow.” Well, two weeks went by and I have yet to rectify a looming disaster.
Share53 Tweet Pin Share Reddit EmailShares 53The best part about running (in my opinion, at least) is that you can do it pretty much anytime and anywhere, at your own discretion and with minimal
Share95 Tweet Pin Share Reddit EmailShares 95El Niño has trudged through the northeast providing unseasonably warm weather while shattering record high temps. One-hundred-year old snow records have fallen here in Buffalo and for the
Share65 Tweet Pin1 Share5 Reddit EmailShares 71Who’s ready for 2016? I know I am. It’s been awhile since I last raced. After Grandma’s Marathon I shut it down (even though I swear I wouldn’t)
Share122 Tweet Pin Share Reddit EmailShares 122Bone injuries suck. There’s no quicker way to grind your season and training to a halt than hearing your doc murmur the “s” word: stress fracture. For most
Share92 Tweet Pin Share Reddit EmailShares 92“It doesn’t hurt.” This simple phrase can mean so much to so many. It can be a frustrating experience for my patients when they utter those three words.
Share138 Tweet Pin4 Share Reddit EmailShares 142The injury rehab water is murky. Most runners forego seeing a doc altogether. After all, who wants to be told to stop running? Those two words (stop running)
Share63 Tweet Pin Share Reddit EmailShares 63I’ve decided to vent a little. This particular scenario has happened too many times to count. For whatever reason I’ve reached a breaking point and decided to write
Share118 Tweet Pin Share Reddit EmailShares 118The old saying, “an apple a day keeps the doctor away” may be evolving. In a world where most of us display a general distrust towards the drug