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About Us

Helping Patients Move Smarter, Stronger and Better

Meet the Team

  • Adam Tenforde, MD

    Adam Tenforde, MD

    Medical Director of the Spaulding National Running Center
    Associate Professor at Harvard Medical School

    Tenforde has the unique perspective of being both a doctor and a former professional runner who was an All-American where he contributed to three NCAA National Team Championships and later qualified for the Olympic trials in both the 5000 and 10,000 meter events. Dr. Tenforde’s clinical expertise is in understanding modifiable risk factors for stress fractures, tendinopathy and other running injuries and interventions to address these injuries including use of extracorporeal shockwave.

  • Lindsay Wasserman, DPT, FAAOMPT, OCS

    Lindsay Wasserman, DPT, FAAOMPT, OCS

    Physical Therapist, Advanced Clinical Specialist

    Education: Ithaca College, Bachelor of Science, 2004, and Doctor of Physical Therapy, 2005; Institute of Manual Therapy

    Licenses: Physical Therapy, 2006

    Special Training/Certification: Fellowship in Orthopedic Manual Therapy, Registered Yoga Teacher, Graston Certified, Mad Dogg Spinning Certification, AFAA (Aerobics and Fitness Association Certification of America), Yoga for Amputees, Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist, American Physical Therapy Association

    Clinical Interests: Runners, Sports Therapy, Manual Therapy, Spine Diagnoses, Yoga Therapy

  • Michelle Bruneau

    Michelle Bruneau, PT, DPT, PhD

    Physical Therapist

    Education & Training: Eastern Connecticut State University, Bachelor of Arts in Spanish with a minor in Physical Education; Columbia University, Doctor of Physical Therapy; University of Virginia-HealthSouth, Orthopaedic Residency; Regis University, Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapy Fellowship; University of Connecticut, PhD in Kinesiology with concentration in Exercise Science

    Languages: English, Spanish

    Licenses: Physical Therapy, CT, MA

    Special Training/Certification: Trigger Point Dry Needling Level 1 Certification

    Clinical & Research Interests: Running biomechanics, prevention and management of running-related injuries, orthopedic conditions, sports medicine, sports performance, wearables

  • Josh Posilkin, PT, DPT

    Josh Posilkin, PT, DPT

    Physical Therapist, Advanced Clinician

    Education: Muhlenberg College, Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and History; Boston University, Doctor of Physical Therapy, 2016

    Licenses: Physical Therapy, 2016

    Clinical Interests: Manual Therapy, Sports Medicine and Orthopedics

  • Logan Gaudette, MS

    Logan Gaudette, MS

    Lab Manager

    Education: Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering with a minor in Mechanical Engineering (2021); Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering (2022)

    Research Interests: Running, Sports biomechanics, Wearable devices

    Personal: Former All-Region collegiate cross-country runner and school record holder for the 10,000m