Physical Therapists Using Clinical Analysis To Discuss The Art And Science Behind Running and The Stuff We Put On Our Feet

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What We Do

Doctors of Running (DOR) was founded by Matt Klein, who wanted to create a space to talk about the intersections between running and physical therapy. With the rise of the running shoe boom, DOR shifted focus to follow the trends and explore the quickly evolving industry through review and analysis of new footwear.

Today we review between 120-150 shoes annually and have a team of four, with David Salas and Nathan Brown added to the team as contributors in 2019 and Bach Pham joining as the team's social media manager in 2020. We also included Guest Reviewers in July 2021, featuring Ryan Flugaur, Andrea Myers, and Megan Flynn to help not only conduct more reviews, but also provide new perspectives as fellow Doctors of Physical Therapy. In 2022, we picked up BJ McGeever to help with Sound Engineering on the Doctors of Running Podcast.

Our content ranges from running shoe and gear reviews to discussions on the science behind running and sharing tips and knowledge from the perspective of Doctors of Physical Therapy (DPT).

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Highlights of What We Create
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DISCLAIMER: For medical or Physical Therapy questions, please be aware that we cannot realistically treat you over the internet, so please do not expect treatment or your injury issues solved. We will be happy to educate you on the injury and what can contribute to it, but we CANNOT diagnose or treat you. We also cannot evaluate you over the internet, so cannot be sure what your issues or deficits are, which could potentially lead to missing something more serious. Our blog and opinions SHOULD NOT serve as a replacement for actual medical care, medical evaluations and physical therapy evaluations. If you have an injury, please see your local running physical therapist or medical professional.

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