“8 Expert Tips to Help Prevent Running Injuries” eBook Released By In Motion Physical Therapy
The eBook helps readers to make the most of the spring and summer running season with advanced tips from a doctor of physical therapy.
In Motion Physical Therapy is pleased to share that they are currently offering a FREE eBook entitled “8 Expert Tips to Help Prevent Running Injuries.” It is now available for download on the website. This spring and summer season, many people go running in their favorite trails and parks. A majority of them encounter running injuries which put a break to their activity for the rest of the season. This report offers some tips and tricks to avoid running injuries and keep running. Anyone can download a free copy and learn advanced tips from Dr. Lauren Schnidman, a certified physical therapist.
The free report aims to reduce and eliminate pain and injury, reduce the need and likelihood of unnecessary and painful surgeries, and allow readers to have fun and let their bodies feel great while running for years to come. Dr. Lauren shares 8 expert tips that can be used to eliminate pain and keep on running. The tips are pretty much straightforward and easy to implement. They provide immediate relief and recovery over time, which will help readers make the most of the lakefront paths and take advantage of the flat streets for running and avoid injuries.
Whether preparing for a marathon or just running for fitness, injuries are quite common. In Motion Physical Therapy is known for their holistic physical therapy services and sports therapy for athletes and professional players. They offer treatments for common running injuries such as shin splints, plantar fasciitis, piriformis syndrome, ITB syndrome, runner’s knee, ankle pain, hamstring strain, trochanteric bursitis, sciatica, low back pain, and groin pain. Their certified physical therapist comes with years of experience working with runners and detecting abnormal movement patterns.
Among the main causes for a running form to break down are muscle imbalances and decreased joint mobility, which can lead to injuries. The therapists at In Motion Physical Therapy will analyze the gait or pattern of walking, followed by the running form. The analysis will be performed in slow motion and in real time on both the upper and the lower body. The certified physical therapist will recommend a performance physical therapy, which includes strengthening, safe stretching, and flexibility. Apart from that, the therapist will also recommend appropriate training methods and footwear to avoid future injuries.
In Motion Physical Therapy also offers sports therapy for athletes recovering from an injury. They will be provided with the necessary tools to decrease the occurrence of such injuries in the future. The sports physical therapy evaluations include functional movement screens, video motion analysis, motion testing range based on the sport’s needs, and functional strength testing. To help patients return to their optimal level in the sport, the therapist might recommend a combination of treatments, such as manual therapy techniques, sport-specific mobility training, sport-specific strengthening, and functional training for sport-specific movement patterns. The clinic specializes in client-focused, one-on-one sports therapy backed by holistic physical therapy for sports injury rehabilitation.
To learn more, visit https://inmotionptchi.com/services/sports-rehabilitation/return-to-running/.
About In Motion Physical Therapy
In Motion Physical Therapy provides physical therapy services and helps patients return to regular routines. Athletes looking to return to their favorite sports, teens, and adults seeking to lose weight, busy parents looking to improve their body mobility to keep up with their children's busy schedules, post-op patients on the road to recovery, and elderly citizens looking to return to their previously active lifestyles can all benefit from In Motion Physical Therapy's services. The center is led by Dr. Lauren Schnidman, a Doctor of Physical Therapy from Wheeling Jesuit University and an avid sportsman and outdoor activity enthusiast. The services provided at In Motion Physical Therapy are designed to help patients return to their routine activities as soon as possible.
In Motion Physical Therapy
2731 N Lincoln Ave
Chicago, IL 60614