Why Runners Are Racing to One80 for Injury Recovery and Prevention

The road to recovery, and the path to prevention, shouldn’t be a solo sprint. At One80 Physical Therapy®, we’re the setting the pace in rehabilitating runners and keeping them injury-free.

Shin splints, Achilles tendinitis, runner’s knee, plantar fasciitis — these are common issues that can derail your training. But why settle for the typical treatments and limited results? The patented One80 System® has replaced passive stretching with dynamic warm up, massage with active muscle re-education, inserts with barefoot exercise, and ‘rest’ with… running!

Here’s the cold hard truth, conventional PT is an expensive and time-consuming way to runaround symptoms. At One80 PT we’ve flipped the script. Our methods focus on finding the cause, reversing it, educating you how to progress all while keeping you active with your training.

But, One80 doesn’t stop there. Our goal is to help you maximize your performance with exercise strategies, biomechanics assessments and one on one attention you won’t get from the typical PT, chiropractor, or massage therapist. The result? You run faster, run longer, run stronger and keep running without setbacks.

Are you ready for the One80 paradigm shift but aren’t quite sure what to expect. Call today and schedule a FREE consultation to experience what our patients call “One80 magic.”

One80 Physical Therapy has the science, the strategies, and the success stories that make us the industry leaders. Don’t just take our word for it, check out what patients are saying, read our blogs, connect with us on Instagram, or get expert insights on our YouTube channel.

If you’re a professional looking to step up your game, join the MemberShift and reinvent your career in less than four months by learning The One80 System.

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