Ohio State’s Sports Medicine Endurance Medicine team specializes in treating common injuries that affect endurance athletes.
Due to the repetitive nature of endurance sport activities, a slight misalignment can create inefficiency or pain, but when evaluated promptly and appropriate measures are taken, many injuries can be treated early, preventing time away from competition and/or activity. Our expert analysis programs are helping athletes correct their technique, improve biomechanics and prevent injuries.
When does pain from endurance training need rest or medical management?
Normal (Pain subsides after a few hours of rest)
| Heads Up (Pain continues 4-8 hours after resting)
| || Rehabilitation (Pain continues into the next day after training)
How our specialists can help you
Whether you’re a runner, cyclist or swimmer (uninjured or injured), we’ll watch the way you move, particularly how these movements impact your joints. Select your sport below to view a few examples of what we assess and how improper or unbalanced movement can limit your ultimate race potential.