Helping Patients Move Smarter, Stronger and Better
Our research is aimed at understanding the relationships between lower extremity structure, mechanics and musculoskeletal injury. We are also interested in developing strategies and interventions that help to mitigate injury risk. We utilize imaging, modeling, and experimental approaches to answer our research questions.
The Spaulding National Running Center is part of Spaulding Rehabilitation and Mass General Brigham Health. Our multidisciplinary team strives to be leaders in translational research that advances patient care of running related injuries. Clinical care is directed through evidence-based research and aims to provide cutting edge use of novel technologies such as wearable devices to guide gait retraining and delivery of healthcare through use of telehealth. We utilize the expertise of Spaulding Rehabilitation and Mass General Brigham Health to provide interventions such as shockwave and regenerative medicine techniques that aim to avoid surgery and restore function.