Whoever thought it was a good idea to start a Physical Therapy blog in their first year of school during three seasons of coaching track & field is definitely not a smart person. Yes, I made the commitment and then March hit where two months went by with no posts! Well…. here I am, hoping … More First year is in the books!
Whether you are an Olympic Gold champion or a recreational athlete who has just began his/her quest to complete a local 5K, the odds of enduring some type of injury is very high. Depending on the severity of the injury, the recovery process can be long and arduous, taking days, months or even years. Unfortunately, there … More I’m finally healed again, time to train! NOT SO FAST
I was very grateful to have the opportunity to ask my good friend Justin Wood, one of the most talented collegiate coaches in the country, a few questions about the injury prevention and mental side of coaching at a high collegiate level. Justin is in his 4th year as the Head Coach of Stevens Institute where recently … More Injury Prevention, Mental Approach, and Lessons learned from Steven’s Head Track Coach Justin Wood
Jon Anderson was a former track and field state champion and Footlocker Cross-Country Finalist. I had the opportunity to sit down and chat with him about his struggles, surgery, and rehabilitation process with Haglunds Deformity.
Hello world!!! Thank you kindly for visiting my blog where I will document my experience in physical therapy school through the lens of a high school track coach and former competitive runner. I’ve never done a blog before so I am excited to share all my random thoughts on anything and everything related to the … More First week, second semester of Physical Therapy School