In efforts to protect you the patient and our staff, we will be pre-screening every patient who presents to the office. All patients need to present to their appointments wearing a mask.

We ask for you to arrive 10 minutes prior to your appointment for the pre-screening. If failed, your appointment will be re-scheduled out two weeks.

Unless the patient is a minor or needs assistance, only the patient will be allowed to enter the suite.

Please click here for more information surrounding our COVID-19 update.

Run Fit Posts

Core Stability for the runner

| Health, Run Fit
Core Stability for the runner

Running utilizes the same muscle groups repeatedly while allowing other muscle groups, such as your core, to become weakened over time. Keeping a strong core can help you protect your low back and help improve your overall running performance! Check...

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Flexibility for the runner

| Advice, Health, Physical Therapy, Run Fit
Flexibility for the runner

Running is a series of repetitive movements that add strength to the body and also change muscle length. The Iliotibial band, Piriformis, Gastrocnemius and Soleus often develop excessive tightness as a result of running.This excessive tightness can lead to lateral...

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Hips Don’t Lie: The Importance of Hip Strengthening for Runners

| Health, News, Advice, Physical Therapy, Run Fit
Hips Don’t Lie: The Importance of Hip Strengthening for Runners

Running has a specific and predictable set of performance demands. Aside from its repetitive nature, running is a midrange, low level plyometric activity that involves bounding from one leg to the next in a balanced manner. Inadequate hip strength can...

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