We’ve all been there. Making time to run can be a struggle. Especially when accompanied by a four-letter forecast, a lack of sleep behind you, or the mountain of work ahead of you. We
I use the scale outlined below daily with my injured runners. This scale works for nearly every injury. The image above is a scale that is likely burned onto the whiteboard in my office.
Add more cushioning and you get better shock absorption. It makes sense on paper, right? Most of us, me included, shook our heads at the thought of the running shoe industry returning to where
With growing evaluation of anatomy and function the more we can appreciate the designed (or adapted) system. From our head to our shoulders, knees, and toes (knees and toes) there’s an interesting progression that
Knee pain is and will forever be the jumping off point for your family, friends, and even strangers to segue into their uneducated medical opinion regarding the irreversible damage at your knees. Despite countless
No family gathering is complete without the old, “Are you still running?” Uncle Remus painstakingly reminds you that, “you’re going to ruin your knees, ya know?” The comments eventually shift to the forever predictable,
No one is immune to a running injury, me included. Sparing the details of how I got hurt, I find this to be a great opportunity to talk through the treatment process that can
If you’re wondering what the above featured image is… it’s an x-ray of a broken tibia, one that requires fixation from a rod and screws, often a life changing injury. It’s the hardware that