Running Special Interest Group

Purpose

The Running Special Interest Group (SIG) exists to further the knowledge of members who have a particular interest in running-related issues. The SIG will act as a facilitator for its members by bringing together individuals with a common interest in running issues through forums, meetings, and education programming. The Running SIG will also serve as a facilitator for research on various aspects of running performance, injury prevention, and the physical therapy management of running-related injuries.

Objectives

  • Enhance physical therapy diagnosis and management of running-related issues using the best available evidence.
  • Provide a forum for discussion of running-related issues among Academy members, as well as other Association sections.
  • Develop the pursuit of running-related research methods in order to advance physical therapy practice.
  • Provide a network for enhancing communication between clinicians, academicians, and researchers in physical therapy interested in running-related issues.
  • Provide a forum for interaction with other health care professionals regarding running-related issues.
  • Represent the interests of the membership of the Running SIG within the Academy.
  • Provide service to the Academy and the Association as a resource on running-related issues.
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Leadership

Chair: Scott Greenberg, PT, DPT
Vice-Chair: Jeff Taylor-Haas, PT, DPT
Membership Lead: Carey Rothschild, PT, DPT
Communication Lead: Robert Wayner, PT, DPT
Practice Lead: Vacant
Education Lead: Shefali Christopher, PT, DTP

 

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