Injury: ITB Syndrome, SI joint dysfunction
"While training for the Army 10 Miler, I developed lateral pain in my knee, and missed almost a month of running while unsuccessfully trying to treat it through therapy and medication. I had resigned myself to giving away my race entry, when I was referred to Liz Fryer as a last-ditch effort to get better before the race. After only one visit, she was able to successfully diagnosis my problem and start me on a treatment plan that got me back up and running within a week. She worked with me throughout my comeback, and I was able to not only run the Army 10 Miler, but take 2nd place and run the 2nd fastest time in the past 15 years (56:39), breaking the previous course record. I attribute a large part of my success to Lizís help and support along the way, and strongly feel that her problem-solving, multi-disciplinary approach to treating patients is truly top-notch, even after working with some of the best sports medicine professionals in the nation during my college running career. Liz will do ďwhatever it takesĒ to get you better, and isnít afraid to think outside the box and try new approaches to help her patients improve. I hope to have the pleasure of working with her for the rest of my running career."