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Physical Therapist: Seth King PT, DPT, CSCS

Seth is the newest addition to our clinical & performance staff at Clint Verran Sports Medicine! He graduated from the University of Michigan with his Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT), and has been loving life as a physical therapist ever since. He has an incredible wife and 2 amazing kiddos-all of whom he is crazy … Continue Reading

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Massage Therapist/Rolfer:
Dawn Szpiech

Dawn is a 1994 graduate of the University of Mary with a Bachelor’s Degree in Athletic Training and Biology. She also is a 2013 graduate of Kent State University – Ashtabula with an Associate’s Degree for a Physical Therapist Assistant. She has been working in the Physical Therapy/Bodywork field for over 20 years including areas … Continue Reading

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Foundation Training

Foundation Training consists of a series of bodyweight exercises that teach you how to effectively use your body by building it up rather than the constant breakdown our modern lives create. Poor postural mechanics can contribute to a variety of aches and pains in your body putting undo stress on joints, muscles, nerves etc. The … Continue Reading

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The 5 Psychological Stages of a Running Injury

Treating injured runners over the years has sharpened my appreciation for the harsh psychological effects of injury. Although these injuries are typically minor in terms of their overall medical impact (stress fractures are not life-threatening), I’m consistently reminded of the powerful negative effect they can have on the runner’s psyche. Famous Swiss Psychiatrist, Elizabeth Kubler-Ross, … Continue Reading

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How to Run Thru a Michigan Winter Without Killing Yourself

If you’re anything like me, you’re stuck here in Michigan at wintertime with an insatiable running habit. Just like a child who wants a toy only after she can’t have it, Michiganders’ longing desire for a nice, long run intensifies when we cannot obtain it. Why? Because it’s friggin’ cold as hell. When it’s not … Continue Reading

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The Ups and Downs of Running

It has been suggested that I begin blogging on a weekly basis. Therefore, I’m making it my New Year’s resolution to post a blog on the site 52 times this year. Much like journaling, these blog entries will probably be more therapeutic for myself than any unfortunate soul who might stumble upon them. I would … Continue Reading

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