March 24, 2020
With the deep understanding of the critical role running (and other forms of aerobic exercise) plays along with diet and mental attitude in the health of our immune system I have decided to continue my work with clients, at least for the time being.
The work that I do – while it can include hands-on involvement – it doesn’t have to, and most of my work is not hands on. My work involves
- Recognizing patterns of movement that are contributing to a runners pain and injury issues, and
- Teaching body awareness skills and movement skills while running to correct the faulty patterns. This involves demonstration, verbal cueing, and visual reinforcement through the use of video.
Therefore it is possible to adhere to the “social distancing guidelines” while helping runners to overcome injury issues and give training guidelines if applicable.
Along with that I suggest if you are feeling at all ill or under the weather to postpone your session until a time when you are feeling better.
An alternative option is to start with Skype sessions and continue in person when possible.
Thanks for your support in this,
Douglas Wisoff, PT