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Runners are always asking other runners for recommendations be it for training tips or treatment of a nagging injury. To support that networking, the HiTOPS Princeton Half Marathon is creating a runner resource page. All of the professionals listed have been recommended by fellow runners.
This race raises funds to empower youth with sex education, social support and affirming communities. Providers on this page have made a $100 donation to HiTOPS to be listed.
** check back later, since additional practitioners are still being incorporated into the listings ** For more info, email Dr. Ron Lavine, email@example.com, who is helping to coordinate this effort for HiTOPS.
Activcore Physical TherapyWe offer 1 on 1 55 minute physical therapy sessions with customized evaluation and intervention of the whole body utilizing a variety of modalities including redcord, dry needling, manual therapy and physical therapist guided exercise to determine and treat the source of pain or injury to restore each client to their active lifestyle. HiTOPS Princeton Half Finisher ’17
Leonard Ershow, DC. Highly experienced Sports Chiropractic Physician and former age group triathlete who served as the team chiropractor for USA Track and Field and other USA national teams as well as at several national US T&F National Championships and Olympic Trials.
Princeton Sports and FamilyMedicineAt Princeton Sports and Family Medicine, P.C., the experienced medical care team uses a patient-first practice plan to help every individual become and remain healthy. The sports medicine providers and physical therapists work together to provide comprehensive care for patients in Lawrenceville, New Jersey.
RUNF.I.TNatalie is a running coach, personal trainer, and LMT. She works with athletes of all ages in the discipline of endurance training. She offers 1:1 coaching along with online training. She hasn't run the Princeton Half yet, but was the 1:55 pacer last year!!
John Frank, PT, MSPT Running Rehabilitation Specialist John Frank has been a physical therapist since 1995 and was a competitive runner in high school and college (UNC Chapel Hill). He draws on his experience as a runner to identify musculoskeletal imbalances that plague runners; and giving them corrective exercises to get them back to the road of recovery. His office is located at 1225 State Road, Princeton and you can reach him @ 609.430.7880.
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