Douglas Wisoff offers individual sessions to address any of the following
needs. Free initial consultations and assessments.
Please contact Douglas to
schedule an appointment for one-on-one work.
Physical Therapy For Running Injury Rehabilitation And Prevention
- Elimination of the body and form based factors that
underpin overuse injuries
- Complete postural and structural analysis and correction. Click here for more information on posture.
- Injury and post surgical rehabilitation
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on physical therapy with Douglas.
Sports Performance Coaching
- Weeding out inefficiencies and enhancing body awareness and our ability to direct our bodies.
- Detailed video analysis that is sport or activity
- Body based training in how to concentrate and focus
- Increase the payback ratio with increases in effort
Click here to see what competitive athletes say about their work with Douglas.
- Learning how to hold and use the body for increased efficiency in all the specific activities of your life
- Improved breathing and correction of breathing disorders
- Tapping into internal and external energy sources
through good postural alignment
- Just plain "looking good" and "feeling
Challenging the Myths that Limit
- Understanding and learning how to work with the specific
physical limitations that you associate with getting older, such joint,
muscle, ligament and tendon pain, problems with ventilation, postural
concerns, fatigue, etc.
- Extending our athletic life
- Improved training and rapid recovery
I have been meaning to write to you for sometime.
I just wanted to say an extra special "thanks" for the changes
you have helped make to my running. It was 1996 that I first saw you for
"anterior tib" inflammation. I suffered with this off and on
for 15 years. Even though I had seen multiple physical and massage therapists,
if I ran, the inflammation would return. My running soon became composed
of three parts: one part aspirin, one part run and one part ice.
Well, as you are aware, after three months of working/running
with you, I was better able to focus my attention on my body. More importantly,
I was able to change the way I ran so that my running was more relaxed
and without pain and inflammation.
In September 1998, I was able to run my first marathon ever, Berlin in
3:15. I felt great the whole way. In May, this year, I ran the best Bloomsday
of my life (a 12k race which I have run 13 times since 1979). I also ran
my best Bolder Boulder.
Now at 48 years old, my running is stronger than
ever before, thanks to being able to train pain free. I wouldn't have
been able to do it without your initial help. Thanks again.
See you on the trails,