Dr. Rachel Tavel
Dr. Rachel Tavel is a Doctor of Physical Therapy, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and writer based in New York City. She is an avid runner who has competed in several half marathons along with shorter races, and she loves discovering new running routes in and around Brooklyn.
Articles by Dr. Rachel Tavel
With time and patience, the strain should begin to heal. Remember, if pain persists or worsens, see a doctor.
Sometimes it just takes one misstep to end up with a sprained ankle.
Incorporate the exercises below into your routine to build strength and flexibility you need to avoid hip pain.
“Runner’s knee” is one of the more common forms of knee pain experienced by runners. The most annoying part? It usually doesn’t go away on its own, even though you keep hoping it might.
Feeling “not in the mood” to run is part of being a runner. But even when we don’t feel like going out there, one thing is consistent: we’re always glad that we did.